At the first signs of oncoming illness.
When you need a boost for general wellness.
When you want to skip taking one week's worth of oral vitamin C pills.
Itchy or burning skin.
Pink or red skin discoloration.
People that have G6PD deficiency, also known as Favism, should not receive IV high dose Vitamin C because it can cause hemolytic anemia. Favism most commonly affects people of African, Middle Eastern and South Asian descent.
What can you expect?
Treatment of common cold symptoms.
Increased healing ability for wounds.
Improved blood flow.
Improved quality of life in cancer patients.
How Do Booster Shots Work?
IV Vitamin Therapy works by administration of vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system. This provides increased cell absorption and 100% bio availability of vitamins via IV infusion. Booster shots are administered via intramuscular (IM) injection so there is no GI metabolism, which also allows for increased absorption. With oral supplements, you only get about 20% absorption after filtering through your digestive system, which clearly pales in comparison to IV vitamins.
How long does it take to administer?
A booster shot only takes seconds to administer and the benefits last all week long.