offers IV (intravenous) vitamin and mineral therapy for a number of
medical indications. The most common IV we administer is called a
Modified Meyers, with slight variations of the ingredients depending
on the patients medical concern. The name comes from an IV
developed by Maryland physician John Myers 30 years ago.
contain Magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and Vitamin C. Magnesium is
important to many cellular functions, including energy production
and cellular replication. When magnesium is low, energy levels are
low. Vitamin C is required for tissue growth and repair, promotes
healing of wounds, and is a potent antioxidant. IV administration
gives a higher blood concentrations of these vitamins and minerals
than taking them orally would, so that more of the components reach
are helpful for people with a variety of conditions, including fatigue,
fibromyalgia, asthma, low magnesium levels, adrenal fatigue, chronic
fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical sensitivities, and migraine headaches.
For acute viral symptoms, or viral conditions such as West Nile Virus,
we often increase the amount of Vitamin C in the IV, since Vitamin
C is an effective antiviral agent.