Intravenous Therapies



We only use intravenous preparations from highly reliable sources.

The Intravenous Vitamin C cocktail, known as the Myer’s cocktail, is a combination of water soluble vitamins given as an intravenous infusion. It contains vitamin C, minerals, and B vitamins. When given as an intravenous infusion, the nutrients are immediately available to the cells and tissues.

  • Small infusion with 5 grams of vitamin C; useful for acute infections, colds, asthma, fatigue
  • Medium infusion with 25 grams of vitamin C for chronic fatigue, and chronic viruses
  • Large infusion with 50 grams of Vitamin C or greater for cancer support during and after chemotherapy and radiation

Intravenous Hydration with saline or lactated ringers solution provides minerals and electrolytes for restoration after illness, drug or alcohol abuse. B vitamins and vitamin C can be added for greater benefit.

Glutathione given in a slow intravenous infusion over 20 –30 minutes, a powerful antioxidant that supports the cells, protects the liver and brain from free radical damage. Helpful for exposure to toxins such as mold or pesticides, neurological diseases including Parkinson’s and ALS, environmental illness, heavy metal toxicity.

Chelation Therapies

EDTA binds heavy metals such as lead claimed to clear circulation but research still not available to confirm this. Given as an IV infusion. Short infusion is 30 -45 minutes, higher dosages are given over 1 – 3 hours that remove excess heavy metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic.

Calicium EDTA  is a fast push over 10 minutes that removes heavy metals, especially lead.

DMPS Slow intravenous infusion over 20 minutes of DMPS which chelates heavy metals including Mercury, Lead, Arsenic and Tin.

Amino acids

Various amino acids can be added to the IV solutions to assist with immune and neurological support as well as detoxification.

Intravenous Magnesium 2 grams over20 minutes for fibromyalgia, migraines and heart palpitations.

Plaquex Therapy

Plaquex is a compounded medication that consists of polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholine (PC). PC is found in every cell membrane and in the transport molecules that carry cholesterol, HDL and LDL. PC is responsible for restoring cell membrane function and protect against damage from toxins and stress. In the 1950’s , Plaquex was used to help treat heart disease and patients with arterial plaque. It is administered as an infusion of over minutes. It is also available as an oral supplement.