IV therapy is the intravenous administration of a concentrated form of vitamins and minerals. It is a very quick and nearly painless way to get high dose minerals and vitamins directly to the cell to promote optimal healing.
IV Nutrition Therapy at Wholeness Health
IV therapy is the intravenous administration of a concentrated form of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants and other nutrients. It is a very quick and nearly painless way to get high dose minerals and vitamins directly to the cell to promote optimal healing. One benefit of IV therapy is that it bypasses the digestive system which allows more of the nutrients to go directly to the cells. This floods the cells repeatedly with these high dose nutrients, and therefore it is one of the fastest ways to replenish any nutritional deficiencies that may be present. All of our formulations as custom made per individual based on history, laboratory findings and condition being treated.
IV nutritional therapy is beneficial for numerous conditions, including:
A typical IV formula may contain nutrients like vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, B-vitamins, trace minerals, and other specialized nutrients based on the patient’s needs.
Depending on the nutrient bag, IV therapy can take anywhere between 20 minutes up to a couple of hours. IV therapy is a great way to deliver nutrients to the cells. It’s fast acting, safe, painless, and a great way to find relief from some common conditions. If you would like more information, please contact the Wholeness Center for a free consultation.
One of these popular nutrient IV combinations that we have found to be very helpful for patients here at the Wholeness Center is called the “Myers’ Cocktail.” This combination of intravenous vitamins and minerals was pioneered by a physician from Baltimore, Maryland named John Myers and was used in the treatment of various medical conditions. The “Myers’ Cocktail” consists of magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C. This combination of nutrients has been found to be effective against: