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The Myers' Cocktail

IV Vitamin Therapy

Sometimes known as a Myers’ Cocktail, intravenous vitamin therapy was pioneered by Dr. John Myers in Baltimore, Maryland in the 1960’s. Dr. Myers passed away in 1984. This was a problem for more than just John. He was somewhat secretive about his formula. No one besides him knew the exact ingredients or amounts of those ingredients in his pioneering Myers' Cocktail IV therapy treatment. All that anyone knew for sure was that patients had reported relief from such wide-ranging conditions as chronic fatigue, migraines, stomach issues, narcotic withdrawal, frequent illness, Lyme disease, and chronic depression. Some even said it cured their cancer, but we’re dubious about that one.

The Myers' Cocktail Recreated

Dr. John Gaby

The formula lost with its inventor, and thousands of patients without the relief the treatments brought them. What to do? Fortunately, another doctor, Alan Gaby, an expert in holistic medicine and author of a number of books on nutritional therapies did some medical sleuthing and rebuilt Dr. Myers formula nutrient by nutrient. Unlike Dr. Myers, Dr. Gaby is still alive and well. You can read more about him and his ground-breaking work on nutritional medicine here.

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Is your skin seeming to age faster than it should? Do you get sick frequently? Feeling stressed? Taking far too long to recover your energy after that intense workout? All of these conditions and more could be the result of a deficiency of key vitamins and nutrients in your body. IV Therapy, Injection Therapy and Micronutrient Testing can restore healthy levels of these nutrients and effectively treat these conditions, sometimes in a remarkably short period of time. Think minutes, not days!

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magnesium sulfate

Effective magnesium delivery

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    Responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions. Normal nerve and muscle function, supports a healthy immune system, keeps heartbeat steady, helps bones stay strong, adjusts blood glucose levels, aids in the production of energy and proteins. IV therapy with the Myers' Cocktail is the surest way to get all these micronutrient benefits.

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    lowers blood pressure, and reduces the risk of heart disease and diabetes

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    Dietary Considerations

    High protein diets, or diets high in calcium or vitamin D will increase the need for magnesium


Vitamin B6

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    Macronutrient metabolism, creation of red blood cells and neurotransmitters. Low B6 levels can lead to chronic diseases.

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    May improve mood and reduce depression. Necessary precursor for the essential neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine and GABA. May also lower levels of homocysteine, an amino acid linked to depression and other psychiatric issues. Many patients report that the Myers' Cocktail improved their mood and made them more emotionally resilient.

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    Brain Health

    May help prevent Alzheimer’s. High homocysteine levels can also lead to Alzheimer’s.

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    Hemoglobin is a protein responsible for supplying oxygen to your cells. Low hemoglobin levels can lead to lowered oxygen delivery, resulting in feeling tired or weak. Studies have shown a direct link between low B6 levels and anemia, especially in pregnant women and women of childbearing age. In some cases, B6 supplementation has decreased anemia symptoms in women who did not respond to increased iron intake.

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    May reduce symptoms of PMS, including anxiety, depression and irritability. This is due to increasing levels of serotonin, dopamine and GABA. A three month study showed that in premenopausal women additional B6 reduced PMS symptoms by almost 70%.

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    Preganancy Induced Nausea

    One of the active ingredients in Diclegis, a medication used to treat morning sickness is B6. It has been used for many years to treat morning sickness.

    A large study showed that increasing B6 intake significantly decreased morning sickness in the majority of test subjects.

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    Artherosclerosis and Heart Disease:

    People with low levels of B6 have almost double the risk of heart disease compared to those with healthy levels. While no one is completely sure why, the most commonly held opinion is that B6 reduces levels of homocysteine, which is responsible for many chronic diseases, including heart disease.

    A very revealing test was done in which 158 healthy adults were selected. Each of them had a sibling with heart disease, which made it more likely that they themselves would develop heart disease in the future. In this two-year study, these 158 were split into two groups. One was given a placebo. The other daily B6 and folic acid (vitamin B9).

    After two years, the group receiving the B6 and folic acid had lower homocysteine levels and fewer abnormal heart tests than the placebo group. IV therapy with the Myers' Cocktail is the surest way to get these micronutrient benefits.

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    May reduce cancer risk. B6 reduces inflammation, which may contribute to certain types of cancer including colorectal and breast cancer. Numerous studies have show a correlation between healthy levels of B6 and a reduced incidence of cancer.

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    Eye Health

    Once again, homocysteine seems to be the culprit. Individuals with high levels of homocysteine are at greater risk for macular degeneration, which eventually leads to vision loss.

    A long term study showed that patients who received adequate supplementation of B6, B12 and folic acid were up to 40% less likely to develop macular degeneration.

    There is also a significant correlation between low levels of B6 and susceptibility to retinal problems, including retinal detachment, which can cause irreversible blindness.

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    While there are conflicting studies, one 12 week study of 43 adults with rheumatoid arthritis showed significantly lower levels of inflammatories in those who received B6 and folic acid as opposed to a placebo.

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    Necessary Nutrient

    Your body can't make it, and can store it for only a limited time.

    It’s almost impossible to get toxic amounts from your diet, but a deficiency is likely in people who don’t consume enough vitamin B6-rich foods such as turkey, chickpeas, tuna, salmon, potatoes and bananas. IV therapy with the Myers' Cocktail is the surest way to get these essential micronutrients.

b complex

8 Essential B Vitamins

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    B complex is essential for our body. Among a host of other effects, without B Complex our body can’t convert food into energy. Low levels of B Complex can therefore lead to chronic fatigue, brain fog, difficulty concentrating, and a long list of other symptoms.

    In addition to being essential for our health and the proper function of our bodies, B12 supplementation can be an effective treatment for migraines, depression, and anxiety. It will also help skin wounds to heal faster, reduce the pain and duration of canker sores, and for some women reduce the symptoms of PMS.

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    B1 (Thiamin)

    Important for organ health and function, including the brain and heart.

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    B2 (Riboflavin)

    Without this, your body can’t break down fats for energy. It also can’t process certain drugs.

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    B3 (Niacin)

    For healthy skin, nerves and digestion. Can also be important in controlling high cholesterol.

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    B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

    Function of the brain and nervous system.

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    B6 (Pyroxidine)

    Helps the body to make new red blood cells, as well as strengthening the immune system. Low levels of B6 can result in anemia and a much higher susceptibility to illness.

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    B7 (Biotin)

    For healthy hair and nails. Also plays a role in the nervous system.

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    B9 (Folic Acid)

    Vital for the body to make DNA and other genetic material. This is why pregnant women are advised to take folic acid, as it may reduce the risk of some types of birth defects.

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    B12 (Cobalamin)

    Required by your nerve and blood cells. Pernicious anemia, a life-threatening genetic disorder, is caused by an inability of the body to absorb B12. Fortunately, this disease is very rare.

Vitamin C

Ascorbic Acid

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    Most of us know that vitamin c helps prevent colds, and that our body can’t make it so we only get it from our diet. Some, especially students of history, will also know that a complete depletion of vitamin c will lead to scurvy, a disease that is earmarked by teeth falling out, old wounds opening again, and eventually death. It was suffered most often by sailors in the days before the cause of the disease was understood. But vitamin c is responsible for many other functions in our body as well.

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    Antioxidants may help slow the aging process, but they also make your immune system stronger. Harmful molecules called ‘free radicals’ can build up in our cells over time, resulting in oxidative stress, a condition which has been linked to many chronic diseases. Some studies have shown that supplementing vitamin c can increase antioxidant levels in the body by up to 30%. This also helps your body to fight inflammation.

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    Lowers Blood Pressure

    While it may not work for everyone, depending upon the reason for high blood pressure, in many individuals additional vitamin C helps to reduce both systolic and diastolic blood pressure by relaxing the walls of the blood vessels.

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    Lowered Risk of Heart Disease

    Heart disease is the number one cause of death. It results from high blood pressure, high levels of LDL (bad cholesterol), low levels of HDL (good cholesterol), and/or high levels of triglycerides (fatty acids). Numerous studies have shown that vitamin c is important in controlling these risk factors, and that individuals with inadequate levels of vitamin c are at greater risk for heart attacks.

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    A buildup of uric acid in the blood results in a painful condition called gout, which causes inflammation of the joints. Those will chronically low levels of vitamin c are at much greater risk for developing this condition.

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    Iron Absorption

    Anemia is a condition in which the body has insufficient red blood cells. Iron is essential to prevent this, however sometimes iron intake alone is not the answer. Vitamin c improves iron absorption, so even if you have enough iron in your diet, you may not be absorbing enough to stay healthy. Vegans and vegetarians are especially at risk for iron deficiency as meat is the best dietary source.

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    Immunity Booster

    We all know vitamin C boosts our immune system, but how does it do this? Diseases in our body are fought off by white blood cells, or lymphocytes and phagocytes. Vitamin C is required to produce white blood cells, and to make them function more effectively. So low levels of vitamin c mean that we don’t have enough white blood cells and/or those cells just aren’t working the way they should.

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    Reduced Risk of Dementia

    None of us want to lose our mental faculties as we age, and most of us have watched someone we love go through that gradual decline, sometimes to the point where they don’t even recognize family members they’ve known their whole lives. While the causes of dementia are not yet completely understood some studies suggest that oxidative stress which causes inflammation near the brain and spinal cord plays a role. Vitamin C, as already discussed above, reduces free radicals and helps to prevent this inflammation.

Calcium Gluconate
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    Helps to increase levels of calcium, which is essential not just for bone health, which most of know about, but it plays a role in many other processes in the body as well. Calcium works on the nervous system to enable neurotransmitter release and in the body to aid in muscle contractions.

    Symptoms of calcium deficiency may include brain fog, confusion, memory loss, muscle spasms, numbness in the hands, feet and face, depression, hallucinations, muscle cramps, weak and brittle nails, and of course lower bone density that can lead to osteoporosis and a higher risk of breaking bones.


Acetylcholine Precursor

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    A precursor of acetylcholine, an extremely important neurotransmitter vital in the function of our nervous systems.

    One of the most abundant neurotransmitters, vital in the function of both our Central Nervous System (our brain and spinal cord) and our Peripheral Nervous System (all the connections from our CNS to the rest of our body).

    Without acetylcholine, our muscles could not contract and our neurons would shut down. In short, we would die. It’s that important! A shortage of acetylcholine will result in muscle aches and weakness, mood swings, brain fog and difficulty remembering things. You would also experience a lack of motivation, reduced libido, difficulty paying attention and your REM sleep would suffer as well.

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    Interesting Fact

    Black widow spider venom works by dramatically accelerating the release of acetylcholine, resulting in severe muscle contractions and spasms, and in some extreme cases (people who are allergic) paralysis and death.