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The Myers’ cocktail started as IV nutrient therapy. Dr. John Myers, a Baltimore physician, was administering IV nutrients to patients to help alleviate various symptoms, though he used different vitamins and dosages than what we use today. When he died in the 1980s, Dr. Alan Gaby took over his work and began helping Dr. Myers’ patients. He altered the ingredients and dosage of the IV therapy and named the concoction the Myers’ cocktail in the doctor’s honor. Over 15 years, Dr. Gaby administered over 15,000 Myers’ cocktail treatments. The treatment has only grown more popular since then
Also known as 0.9% NaCl, saline is generally the base ingredient of an IV bag. It serves as a delivery system for the other components of your IV therapy. Saline also serves as a way to help hydrate the body.
Is essential for a healthy immune system function. If you are sick or feel like you are becoming sick, vitamin C can be a beneficial ingredient in your IV therapy
Aids in cell growth & development, and breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, and alcohol. B12 is a critical building block for a healthy neurologic and cardiovascular system.
Plays a vital role in healthy metabolic function; for example, reduces inflammation, prevents leg cramps, and has been shown to support migraine relief.
Includes a range of vitamins that all work differently in your body. Some are antioxidants that blunt the free radicals that cause damage to cells and lead to disease. Others boost immune system function or create blood cells. The combination of B vitamins keeps you going strong through each day.
Used to eliminate free radicals from the body which in turn brightens and lightens the skin by clearing out hyper-pigmentation and inhibiting melanin production in cells.