Intravenous Therapy

Experience the therapeutic benefits of high potency IV therapy focused on mitochondrial health including High Potency Vitamins, NAD, High Dose Sodium Ascorbate, Poly-MVA and Methylene Blue.
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Discover the scientifically proven health benefits of injected and intravenous high potency IV therapy, used by millions around the world to treat chronic and acute conditions.
IV therapy is at least 100 times more effective than pills and “eating right” at getting the critical elements that you need for optimum health and vitality.

On a Physiological Level… What is Life?

Your body is comprised of approximately 30-50 trillion cells. Every cell is a biochemical factory, working at full capacity 24 hours per day. Every cell is conducting approximately 20,000 chemical reactions per second in perfect synergy, synchrony, sequence and in harmony with the other 50 trillion cells that are performing their 20,000 biochemical reactions every second!
DNA being duplicating inside a single cell. You have approximately 30-50 trillion cells.

In trying to fathom this kind of exquisite design, consider that in order for you to take your next breath 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 different activities must work together in perfect harmony in every single second!

Every single one of these chemical reactions is linked to other chemical reactions that comprise longer biochemical pathways… for example:

  1. Making proteins such as insulin, neurotransmitters and hormones.
  2. Repairing damaged tissues, like muscles, tendons and skin.
  3. Producing energy and vitality.

Every biochemical pathway is dependent on specific enzymes and co-factors such as vitamins and minerals. If you don’t have critical compounds, vitamins and minerals in your system, trillions of biochemical pathways are NOT working as well as they should, every second of every day and night.

The Health of Your Mitochondria is Vital

The purpose of mitochondria is to supply all the needed energy required to execute 20,000 biochemical reactions per second. Virtually every biochemical reaction requires the input of energy in the form of ATP.

NOTE: Our cells have no capacity to store ATP.

Without ATP, all it takes is six seconds for the cell to start deteriorating. The first thing that deteriorates in the cell without ATP is the mitochondria Itself.

Beyond Unfathomable Complexity

The average cell in the human body has between 1000-2000 mitochondria depending on the metabolic energy it needs to:

  1. Maintain its own health.
  2. Provide for the rest of the body what it was designed to provide.

In contrast, neurological cells are by far the most metabolically active cells in human physiology and contain on average between 2 – 3 million mitochondria in order to:

  1. Maintain their own health.
  2. Provide for the body a functioning neural network.

Given that severe brain fog, migraines, and declining cognitive ability is a hallmark of COVID; and given that a fully functional Krebs Cycle is the source of the electrons that are carried primarily by NADH and that feed the Electron Transport Chain, it is now easy to see why NAD is so essential to maintain a fully functional brain and neural network.

Therefore, it’s no wonder that NAD Therapy is so effective on neurodegenerative diseases, PTSD, TBI, addiction, mental health, and specifically COVID brain fog (more on this below).

Explore the photos below to get an in-depth view of various IV Therapies.

Health Benefits of IV Therapy

IV therapy is the most efficient method of delivering anything into the body because it bypasses the digestive system, increasing the effectiveness of the particular therapy.

Therapeutic substances enter straight into the bloodstream  for rapid usage, complete absorption, maximal benefit and lowest waste.

Delivering therapeutic substances directly to the cells that need them improves the function of a wide range of systems.

Chelation IV Therapy

Excessive toxic metal exposure from the environment, including the air, food, water, dental amalgams, and other sources, is becoming a recognized and documented underlying cause of both acute and chronic disease. As a result, prospective treatments for heavy metal poisoning, such as IV chelation therapy, have grown in popularity.

Chelation involves the intravenous administration of powerful antioxidants such as EDTA, as well as glutathione, a natural detoxifier. The molecules bind to heavy metals such as lead, iron, and cadmium as they enter the bloodstream. Chelation therapy reduces the body’s toxic metal burden and slows the course of atherosclerosis by binding to heavy metals and moving them out of the body via the urine.

Chelation therapy also removes excess calcium from artery walls, increasing reactivity and dilation ability. This restores arterial integrity while also improving blood flow. Chelation also thins the blood and minimizes the production of potentially harmful blood clots, which can lead to a heart attack or stroke.

Pushes are also used for simulated heavy metal tests.

Curcumin Anti-Inflammatory IV Therapy

Curcumin is a naturally occurring substance generated from turmeric that has received a lot of attention in recent years for its potential health benefits, with studies showing antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, among other things.

Chronic inflammation is thought to play a role in a number of age-related illnesses, including heart disease, diabetes, and a number of cancers. Curcumin contains anti-inflammatory properties, and when administered intravenously, it can assist to reduce inflammation in the body, potentially lowering the risk of a variety of diseases.

Free radicals are unstable molecules that can harm cells and DNA, leading to aging and disease. Curcumin is a potent antioxidant, which means it can help to neutralize free radicals and prevent harm from occurring. Curcumin IV therapy may be especially effective in this regard since it allows more curcumin to enter the bloodstream.

Glutathione Drip or Push

This treatment is used in detoxification, liver disease, lung disease and autismGlutathione is a peptide antioxidant synthesized in liver from three amino acids. It is used in the detoxification of drugs and other compounds before they are removed as waste.

High Dose Sodium Ascorbate (not ascorbic acid)

Sodium Ascorbate IV therapy provides healthy Redox Treatment for damaged Mitochondrial ETC.

NOT Ascorbic Acid due to high oxidative stress.

Immune IV Therapy

The Immune Drip contains high-dose vitamin C in 12.5 25, 50, 75 mg strength along with other vitamins and minerals. This drip is prescribed for general immune support, before/after surgery or travel, and during illness or injury.


Used for hypertension, asthma, or cramps. Magnesium relaxes muscles and helps reduce blood pressure. Intravenous magnesium has also been shown to reduce acute migraine attacks within 15 – 45 minutes.

NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide)

NAD is of vital importance to the Krebs Cycle. Without NAD the Krebs Cycle can not function and no electrons can be delivered to the Electron Transport Chain.

The Krebs cycle (TCA) is catalytically activated by NAD, NADH, H+.

The “liberated” electrons flow through the ETC and supply the needed energy to generate ATP.

Thus, by administering NAD (IV therapy) cells with many mitochondria and high metabolic needs (i.e., Brain etc.) are stimulated.

PK Push or Phosphatidylcholine (PC) Protocol

The PK (PC) push is a phospholipid treatment delivered in 3 separated IV pushes. Pk Push or PC protocol can be combined with other IV therapies.

Used for Cell / Liver detox, liver diseases, Neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s, MS, Alzheimer’s, memory decline, autism.

Learn More About IV Therapies & Regenerative Medicine

Everything on our website comes from from reputable publications, books and scientific journals, most of which are available on PubMed and other government websites. These include Meta-Analysis’, Randomized Controlled Trials, Clinical Trials, Systematic Reviews, Books and Documents. We encourage you to read the science, in order to separate fact from fiction, so that you can arrive at a full understanding of what is best for your body. We would be honored to be a part of that educational journey with you.

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