Myer’s Cocktail and IV Infusions

Benefits of Myers’ Cocktail Infusions

  • Helps the physical body achieve balance
  • Rehydrates and recharge your body from dehydration or extreme activity
  • Supports adrenal gland function
  • Replenishes B vitamins that are depleted during times of stress
  • Provides essential amino acids that are the building blocks for energy
  • Increases physical and mental energy and alertness
  • Supplies nutrients to maintain energy reserves

Glutathione Infusions 

Energize and Detoxify Your System

Glutathione is one of the most powerful intra-cellular antioxidants found in the lymphocytes and thymus gland of our body. However, due to infections, poor diet, pollution, stress, radiation, trauma and even age, Glutathione can deplete. If you’re feeling lethargic and tired all the time, you can benefit from a glutathione IV infusion.

Benefits of Glutathione IV Infusion:

  • Reduces fatigue
  • Reduces inflammatory Damage
  • Improves insulin Resistance
  • Supports the liver
  • Detoxify oxidation 
  • Improves Muscle Recovery
  • Removes toxins and maintains cellular health

 Anti-Aging Effects of Glutathione:

  • Increased collagen production and elasticity
  • Improves fine lines and wrinkles
  • Skin will feel moisturized, glowing and improves uneven skin tones
  • Prevents severe acne breakouts
  • Lightens skin
  • Decreases blemishes, scars, and pigmentation

Double the Benefits:  ½ The price

Add Glutathione to your Myers’ Cocktail Infusions  

Moore on Myers’ Cocktail: The Energy Replenisher

If you are feeling run down or need a boost of energy and don’t seem to be getting what you need from the supplements you purchase from the store.  Myers’ Cocktail in Greenville NC may just be for you!

Myers’ Cocktail is a formula of intravenous fluid that contains vitamins and minerals that was pioneered by Dr. John Myers, MD to rehydrate and improve your wellbeing.  Further research by Dr. Allan Gaby, a nutritional expert, found it could improve function in several diseases like migraines, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, asthma, respiratory infections such as the common cold, sinus infections, allergies, and even some muscle spasms and other diseases.

Many of his patients who found relief with these infusions sought continued treatments from Alan R. Gaby, MD, a renowned nutritional medicine expert who became one of the major proponents of this treatment. Working with these patients, Dr. Gaby found that Dr. Myers had been successful in treating a surprisingly large number of clinical conditions with this nutrient infusion. The “Cocktail” includes magnesium, calcium, B-vitamins (including B12), and Vitamin C and is given by a slow IV push or slow infusion to achieve concentrations of nutrients that are not obtainable with oral administration.

For certain patients, this treatment can be seen as a multivitamin administered  directly into the bloodstream. If patients have difficulty digesting food or for another reason do  not receive full benefit from taking vitamin pills, they may respond well to an IV nutritional regimen. For other patients, this therapy provides a targeted treatment for a variety of medical conditions.

Who needs it?.

A recent randomized controlled study conducted by Yale investigators evaluated the effect of the Myers’ Cocktail on patients with fibromyalgia. They found that weekly infusions led to clinically significant improvement in tender points, pain, depression, and quality of life directly following treatment, with sustained improvement even after four weeks from the last infusion, but the results did not achieve statistical significance in this study.

Safety

Myers’ Cocktail uses vitamins and minerals that have known nutritional benefits and low potential for serious side effects. Patients who receive treatments may experience a sensation of heat, which is likely due to magnesium. Magnesium may also cause lower blood pressure with lightheadedness if administered too rapidly. Some patients, such as those taking digoxin, should avoid treatment and a physician’s evaluation is needed to ensure its safety. All IV infusions share the risks of pain, infection, or inflammation at the injection site.

Myers’ Cocktail is a formula of intravenous vitamins and minerals that was pioneered by the late Dr. John Myers, MD. Many of his patients who found relief with these infusions sought continued treatments from Alan R. Gaby, MD a renowned nutritional medicine expert who became one of the major proponents of this treatment. Through these patients, Dr. Gaby found that Dr. Myers had been successful in treating a surprisingly large number of clinical conditions with this nutrient infusion. The “Cocktail” includes magnesium, calcium, B-vitamins (including B12), and Vitamin C and is given by a slow IV push or slow infusion to achieve concentrations of nutrients that are not obtainable with oral administration.

For certain patients, this treatment can be viewed as a multivitamin that is given directly into the bloodstream. If a person has difficulty digesting food or for another reason doesn’t receive full benefit from taking vitamin pills, they may respond well with an IV nutritional regimen. For other patients, this therapy provides a targeted treatment for a variety of medical conditions.