Intravenous (IV) Nutrient & Vitamin Therapy
Intravenous (IV) Nutrient and Vitamin Therapy is a effective way of quickly improving nutritional status and preventing illness. IV Nutritional Therapy can deliver high doses of nutrients directly into the blood stream, bypassing the digestive system.
This results in much higher concentrations of nutrients being delivered to the body’s cells and tissues than is possible through oral supplementation.
Nutrient Therapy can be used to correct deficiencies and boost immune function, increase energy levels, treat infections, diminish inflammation, and help to manage a variety of chronic health problems.
IV Vitamin Therapy can be of benefit in a variety of conditions:
- Chronic fatigue
- Acute and chronic infections
- Improve athletic performance
- Immune system support and balance
- Migraine headaches
- Detoxification from toxic metals
- General "toxicity"
- Nutrient deficiencies
- Chronic digestive disorders
- Adverse reactions from toxic chemicals
- Support during chemotherapy and other treatmens for cancer
Advantages of IV Nutrient and Vitamin Therapy
IV Nutrient and Vitamin therapy can be more effective than taking supplements orally for correcting intracellular nutrient deficiencies, as it allows nutrients to be targeted directly where they are needed. IVs bypass the digestive system which sometimes blocks the absorption of nutrients. For example, someone lacking sufficient hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes, may not absorb all the benefits of oral supplements.
IV nutrients are given in therapeutic doses greater than the minimal requirements of the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA), which are only intended to avoid deficiency states. Because vitamins and minerals are normal cellular constituents, IV administration has an exceedingly high safety profile.
What Nutrients Are Administered IV?
Because each individual is treated according to their own specific needs and body indications, your personalised Nutrient combination and Therapy will be determined by our health practitioners.