Dr. John Myers created an intravenous infusion (IV) of vitamins and nutrients to treat various chronic conditions like asthma, fibromyalgia, fatigue, and migraines.
When taken orally, vitamins and nutrients can’t reach the same concentration level as when administered intravenously. Vitamin C given through an IV can reach a blood concentration more than 50 times higher than when given orally.
Each ingredient has a broad spectrum of benefits. They work together to improve the patient’s overall health and wellness. Myers’ Cocktail usually consists of:
Magnesium Chloride – has good anti-inflammatory properties and is used to support the immune system. It is also beneficial in treating asthma, high blood pressure, and migraines
Calcium Gluconate – helps improve the level of Calcium in the blood, which is essential in building and maintaining healthy bones.
Vitamin B Complex – consists of 8 different types of Vitamin B, which promotes healthy hair and skin, manages stress, and prevents memory loss
Vitamin C – well-known as an antioxidant, helps boost the immune system and has cancer-fighting properties.
B vitamins represent a group of 8 nutrients, and each has a unique role in our overall health. Vitamin B deficiency symptoms depend on which vitamin B you’re deficient in.
Elderly or pregnant women are more at risk for vitamin B deficiency, so they might need larger amounts of one or more vitamin B types.
To treat vitamin B deficiency, it is recommended to have a well-balanced diet, eat certain foods rich in vitamin B, or take supplements.
Unlike every other vitamin in our body, vitamin D acts more like a hormone. Every cell in our body has receptors for it. This is why it’s such an essential vitamin since it has a powerful effect on our entire body.
Our body produces vitamin D naturally when we are exposed to sunlight.
Deficiency in vitamin D is widespread, and it’s estimated that nearly 42% of all adults in the US are deficient. Certain groups are at much higher risk for vitamin D deficiency:
Symptoms of vitamin D deficiency
Deficiency in vitamin D usually causes some of these common symptoms:
Vitamin B12 plays a vital role in our brain function and overall health. It is mostly found in meat and dairy products, so deficiency (if not using supplements) often occurs in people who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet. Aside from vegans/vegetarians, B12 deficiency is common in elderly people since their ability to absorb this vitamin decreases with age. If left untreated, vitamin B12 could have severe consequences for the nervous system and cause anemia. The most effective way to treat and prevent this deficiency is through the use of B12 shots. The injections have to be prescribed by a doctor and given into the muscle. Through B12 injections, we can:
Botox injections are primarily used to reduce facial wrinkles and facial creases, but they are also used to treat neck spasms, sweating, lazy eye, and chronic migraines. Botox, a type of toxin, blocks signals from nerves to the muscles when used in smaller quantities. Muscles at the injection site can’t contract, which makes the wrinkles relax and soften. Aside from cosmetic purposes, Botox is also used by other healthcare professionals to treat different medical conditions like crossed eyes, severe sweating, migraines, eyelid spasms, and neurological movement disorders.