Vitamin Infusions

Vitamin Infusions

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Recovery and Performance

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) / Vita Complex (B Complex-B1(Thiamine), B2(Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5(Dexpanthenol), B6(Pyridoxine)/Amino Blend (Glutamine, Arginine, Ornithine, Lysine, Citrulline), Carnitine/Mineral Blend (Magnesium Chloride, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Selenium)/IVF(IV fluid).

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Inner Beauty / Skin / Hair / Nails

Vitamin C(Ascorbic Acid) / Biotin(B7) / Vita Complex (B-Complex (B1(Thiamine), B2(Riboflavin), B3(Niacin), B5(Dexpanthenol), B6(Pyridoxine) / IVF(IV fluid).

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Immune Boost

Vitamin C(Ascorbic Acid) / Zinc Sulfate / Vita Complex(B-Complex (B1(Thiamine), B2(Riboflavin), B3(Niacin), B5 (Dexpanthenol), B6(Pyridoxine) / IVF(IV fluid).

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Myers' Cocktail

Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) / Magnesium Chloride / Vita Complex (B Comlex-B1 (Thiamine), B2(Riboflavin), B3(Niacinamide), B5(Dexpanthenol), B6(Pyridoxine HCl) / Calcium Gluconate / Hydroxycobalamine (B12) / IVF(IV fluid).

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Get Up-and-Go

Vita Complex (B-Complex B1(Thiamine), B2(Riboflavin), B3(Niacin), B5(Dexpanthenol), B6(Pyridoxine) / Amino Blend(Glutamine, Ornithine, Arginine, Lysine, Citrulline, Carnitine) / IVF(IV fluid).

Vitamins / Electrolytes / Minerals / Antioxidants / Amino Acid


Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD) is a co-factor and vital molecule found in every cell in your body. The oxidized form (NAD+) is thought to help manage many cellular mechanisms responsible for critical functions in your body, including repairing and protecting cells/DNA, reducing inflammation/oxidative stress, energy production, and balancing neurotransmitters. NAD+ may improve sleep health and cardiovascular functions, improve focus/concentration, improve muscle strength, reduce fatigue, and may aid in cancer prevention. Unfortunately, NAD+ levels decrease with age. NAD+ infusion therapy is one method to increase NAD+ levels, although other ways exist to naturally increase levels.


Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from free radical damage while improving cellular function. It is made from glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. It is a key substance used in tissue building and repair, immune functions, and making multiple necessary chemicals and proteins needed in the body. Illness, injury, and aging decrease levels of glutathione in the body. Glutathione may help prevent chronic illness, slow aging, decrease inflammation, detoxify the liver and increase muscle strength/endurance.


Glycine is an amino acid that is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant that helps make proteins in the body that enhance collagen production/repair, promote muscle growth/repair, nerve signal transmission, clear toxins, and increases the natural production of glutathione. Glycine can also help sleep, improve mood, decrease inflammation, improve the immune system/digestive function, increase energy, and improve cognitive function.


Vitamin B-12 is an essential vitamin necessary for the proper functioning of the body’s brain, nerves, blood cells, and other metabolic functions. Deficiency can cause cognitive dysfunction, fatigue, lethargy, muscle dysfunction, headache, mood disorders, painful nerves, and balance problems. While most individuals get enough B-12 in their diet, there are several reasons, including impaired gastrointestinal absorption or a poor diet, that can result in significant deficiencies.


Includes vitamin B-1 (thiamine), B-2 (riboflavin-5-phosphate), B-3 (niacinamide), B-5 (dexpanthenol), and B-6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride). These vitamins are essential for a wide variety of functions in the body. They work as vital coenzymes in many biochemical/enzymatic reactions. These include the maintenance of energy production, DNA/RNA synthesis/repair, methylation, and the production of neurochemicals/signaling molecules. As a result, they play a crucial role in the healthy functioning of the nervous system, the production of neurotransmitters, and decreasing inflammation.


Dexapanthenol is a form of vitamin B-5 derived from D-pantothenic acid and is vital for the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. It is also necessary to produce cholesterol and several hormones (including stress-related hormones). It has anti-inflammatory properties, supports digestion/gastrointestinal function, and improves energy. It primarily to treats inflamed skin, improves wound healing, and manages hair problems and many inflammatory conditions.


Zinc is an essential nutrient that plays a role in many vital functions in the body, including DNA/protein production and the activity of over 300 different enzymes responsible for metabolism and antioxidant activity. Deficiency causes impaired growth and development, skin rashes, chronic diarrhea, delayed wound healing, and mood/behavioral issues. Zinc is known to boost the immune system, decrease infection, improve wound healing, decrease inflammation and reduce the risk of age-related diseases.


Magnesium is an essential mineral/electrolyte necessary for optimal metabolic functions. It is a cofactor for hundreds of metabolic reactions in the body, including DNA/RNA/protein synthesis, energy production, cell growth, and stabilization of cellular membranes. It is critical in bone metabolism, nerve/brain function, cardiac function, muscular contraction/relaxation, and blood pressure. It is effective in managing asthma, and headaches, improving glucose/insulin metabolism, and muscle cramps, and may help with mood disorders, particularly anxiety.


Taurine is an amino acid important in metabolism, inflammation, and electrolyte balance, supporting functions in the digestive, nervous system and immune systems. Beneficial effects include its antioxidant effects, which reduce oxidative stress, reduce cell damage, and protect cells from damage. It also improves muscle function, improves fatigue/muscle function, decreases anxiety, and promotes electrolyte maintenance in the heart, eyes, brain, and ear. It has been used to treat patients with congestive heart failure, retinal disorders, liver problems, fatigue, high blood pressure, mood/sleep disorders, and reduced physical/mental capacity.

Vitamin C

Also known as ascorbic acid or ascorbate, Vitamin C is an an essential vitamin that plays a vital role as a cofactor for many enzymatic reactions in the body. It also acts as an antioxidant, regulates gene function/signaling, stabilizes collagen, and improves many processes associated with the immune response. It is important in the maintenance of collagen throughout your body, improves skin elasticity, helps prevent cardiovascular disease, reduces fatigue, may help protect against cancer, reduces the toxicity of chemotherapy, acts as an antihistamine, prevents cellular injury, and decreases free radical formation through its antioxidant effects, as well as supports immune function.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble hormone that modulates gene function, affecting many body functions, including bone formation (calcium and phosphate metabolism) and immune system function. It is used to lower the risk or treat osteoporosis, support healthy blood vessel function, including lowering blood pressure, lowering cholesterol (reduces the risk of atherosclerosis), support the immune system, manage inflammation/autoimmune conditions improve mood/cognitive function/sleep, and support weight loss/diabetes control.


Vitamin D3 is a amino acid responsible for building protein in the body and a source of nitric oxide, which acts as a relaxer of blood vessels (vasodilator), potentially improving circulation. It also stimulates the release of growth hormones, insulin, and other substances. Since it improves circulation, it can help in wound healing, lowering blood pressure, increase muscle size/strength, and some patients use it for erectile dysfunction. It can also induce bone/tendon formation, stimulate energy metabolism, improve immune function, and demonstrate neuroprotective effects.

Lipo B

Consisting of methionine, inositol, and choline (MIC), this specific mixture of compounds related to B-Vitamins that may help reduce excess fat and increase metabolic activity/energy. Methionine is an essential amino acid that helps the liver process fats. It can help lower cholesterol, reduce fatigue, decrease histamine release, and improve skin elasticity and mood. Inositol is a B vitamin that acts similarly to methionine. It also improves mood, decreases fatty liver, and improves cognitive function. Choline is a B vitamin that supports metabolism, increases energy production, and increases cognitive function. B12 is also added in some formulations.


Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body. It helps build proteins for muscle tissue, fuel intestinal cells, support the immune system, and helps the liver detoxify substances. Glutamine provides fuel to the white blood cells and maintains a healthy intestinal lining which helps fight infection. Glutamine has been found advantageous to reduce muscle wasting, reduce fatigue, improve exercise recovery and decrease the effects of cancer treatments, including oral inflammation, nausea, and diarrhea.


Lysine is an essential amino acid and building block for protein vital in muscle growth, and calcium essential in bone growth. It plays a role in the uptake of several micronutrients and carnitine production, which also helps with healthy cartilage formation and fat metabolism.


Carnitine is an amino acid derivative made predominantly in the brain, liver, and kidneys that helps turn fat into energy and is important for heart and brain function. It helps cells transport fat into the mitochondria, which can be used as an energy source and increase mitochondrial function. It is approved by the FDA for renal (kidney) failure and has been used to lose weight and decrease inflammation. It is also used as an antioxidant and may attenuate exercise-induced muscle damage.

Alpha Lipoic Acid

ALA is an antioxidant and an essential fatty acid. ALA is a powerful free radical scavenger essential in producing cellular energy for the role of a cofactor in the Krebs cycle. ALA is both a fat and water-soluble antioxidant, and due to this compound, it can enter all parts of the cell, cross the blood-brain barrier, and even penetrate nerve cells. ALA also regenerates other antioxidants by the donation of a molecule. ALA improves oxygenation in all cells, is naturally occurring, and is synthesized by the body. ALA in small amounts is found in certain fruits and vegetables.

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