Vitamin D-3 is important for normal bone development and maintenance. The major role of vitamin D is to maintain normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D may also protect against osteoporosis, high blood pressure, cancer, and other diseases.



Vitamin D works at three sites in the body to regulate calcium levels.
In the intestines to stimulate your body to absorb calcium from the foods you eat (or from supplements).
In the bones to help incorporate the absorbed calcium into the skeleton for storage and also regulates the cells involved in the process of bone building.
So vitamin D's primary effect is to increase the availability of calcium for absorption. Without the help of vitamin D, levels of calcium in the blood, and ultimately in the bone, could be negatively affected.
It works in your kidneys to help recycle calcium that would otherwise be excreted in the urine, so your bones can reabsorb it.
The most natural source of Vitamin D is of course sunshine.
When to Boost

It depends on how much sun exposure you get and how much vitamin D rich food you are consuming.

Side Effects

Itchy or burning skin.
Pink or red skin discoloration.
Facial flushing.
Urine 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.

VITAMIN D-# BOOSTER SHOT What can you expect?

Vitamin D manages calcium in your blood, bones and gut and helps cells all over your body to communicate properly. Maintains bone & teeth health.
Increased support of your immune, brain & nervous system.
Regulated insulin levels.
Increased lung function and cardiovascular health.

VITAMIN D-# BOOSTER SHOT 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.

VITAMIN D-# BOOSTER SHOT How long does it take to administer?

A booster shot only takes seconds to administer and the benefits last all week long.

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