IV therapy is a powerful method for addressing health issues and vitamin deficiencies

Recently, intravenous injections of supplements became a popular therapy modality in preventive health. The so-called IV drips are applied as stand-alone procedures and as part of multi-procedures health plans. Why is this therapy so sought after, and how do intravenous injections compare to other methods of supplement administration?
First, it delivers the nutrients directly to the bloodstream, which takes them to all the cells. Any other route will always involve dealing with ADME issues (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion). When consumed orally, almost all of these ingredients get digested by our GI system and broken apart by the liver's 2-phase drug metabolism system. What does this entail? Less potency, lower concentration of an active compound, and an additional stress factor for the liver.

Higher doses of supplement intake are required for any vitamins and minerals even to reach the intended destination. But here's the catch: we cannot always tell which percentage will be available after ADME takes its toll.
IV therapy is a powerful method for addressing health issues and vitamin deficiencies
It's common knowledge that vitamins are beneficial for our health. A less known fact is that excessive doses of vitamins are toxic. So, the liver suffers, and we may also experience systemic intoxication from the elements meant to heal our system.

The IV infusion method carries none of the risks mentioned above. Almost 100% of the vitamins and nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream when applied intravenously. The blood circulates throughout our whole body within 1 hour and delivers the beneficial elements directly to our cells. The vitamins then engage in natural cell metabolism, which means no additional stress for the liver. The doctor in charge of this procedure can easily control the plasma concentration of the vitamins and nutrients. We can be confident that we are administering precisely the required amount of these elements.
IV therapy is very versatile and can deliver various types of beneficial elements:
  • High-dose Vitamin C
  • Glutathione
  • Multivitamins
  • Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA)
  • L-carnitine
  • Transfer factor (TF)
  • Vitamin B complex
  • Cocarboxilase
  • DMSO
  • Nuverasa
  • Mood stabilizer
  • Chromium
IV infusion therapy can alleviate many health conditions, some of which are difficult to cure by other methods. The list can go on and on, so we will name just a few:
  • Cancer prevention
  • Complementary treatment for oxidative stress and inflammatory conditions
  • Powerful neuroprotective effect
  • Regulate blood pressure
  • Reduce the risk of autoimmune diseases
  • Prevention of iron deficiency
  • Efficient and immediate detox
  • Antioxidant effect
  • Reduction of heavy metal load
  • Energy boost and fatigue reduction
  • Pain reduction
  • Treatment of neuropathic dysfunction, particularly in diabetic patients
  • Better glucose uptake
  • Energy boost due to improved mitochondrial function to burn fat and lose weight
  • Energy boost due to transport of fatty acids to mitochondria
  • Helps to reverse brain decline in neurodegenerative conditions
  • Prevents mental decline
  • Treats viral and fungal infections of known and unknown origin
  • It helps to relieve autoimmune conditions
  • Treats bacterial infections
  • Immune system activation
  • Restoration of the neural system
  • Faster protein, fat, and sugar metabolism
  • Energy boost
  • Fatigue reduction
  • Balancing of central metabolism
  • Increased energy
  • Improved mood
  • Better heart function
  • Anti-inflammatory effect
  • Treating bladder infections
  • Treatment of a broad range of viral infections
  • Improving the immune system function

IV therapy is a powerful, safe, and scientifically verified method for addressing health issues and vitamin deficiencies. If you are asking yourself, 'Is there any available IV therapy near me,' look no further than Santa Maria Holistic Wellness Center.

About the author
Yuri Nikolsky
Ph.D.
Yuri is a molecular biologist, trained in military medicine (infectious diseases and epidemiology). Fifteen years of experience as an academic scientist and executive at biotech companies. Expertise in pre-clinical small molecules drug discovery, systems biology, genomics, translational medicine. Published over 70 peer-review scientific articles. Yuri is a US-certified stem cells practitioner (ISSCA). Yuri is in charge of Santa Maria technology and health programs