Cleanse your liver and lungs to support your detoxification system and fight toxic build up.
Powerful antioxidant support
Glutathione (GSH) is a molecule that is made inside every cell in the human body. The highest amounts are found in the liver, eyes, spleen, pancreas and kidneys. It:
- is one of the most powerful antioxidants available in modern pharmacology
- helps recycle vitamin C (C also helps recycle GSH)
- supports liver and lung cells
- can thin mucus and break up congestion in lungs
- is very helpful with detoxifying from smoke exposure
Doctor Consultation Included
During your treatment you can consult with your physician about health questions. Our practitioners can give you individualized supplement and lifestyle recommendations to maximize your health.
Reasons for Antioxidant Support
Proactive liver / lung cell support
Improve ability to detox
Regular pain medication use
Regular drug use
Smoke inhalation / exposure
Reduce free radical load
This IV is packed with hydration and electrolytes and is customizable with add-on options.
Support your detox pathways
Glutathione is the single most protective antioxidant produced by the body and helps protect against the oxidative stress of free radicals.
Oxidative stress can be dangerous long term as it causes damage to cells in the body. Free radicals are formed when oxygen interacts with molecules.
They must be neutralized or they will cause these cells to die or perform poorly. Oxidative stress increases with aging, and over time, free radicals can lead to various degenerative diseases. Glutathione protects your cells against free radicals that cause oxidative stress.
It protects vulnerable DNA from damage, while helping to bind heavy metals, remove toxins and enhance immune function; it is also especially supportive during viral infections.
Glutathione is crucial for proper mitochondrial function and energy production.
Chronic illness as well as long term toxic exposure can not only deplete stores of glutathione but also inhibit its production. The body’s ability to make glutathione declines with age. In order to correct depleted states, supplementation is necessary and can be optimized with various forms of GSH and its precursors based on an individual’s needs.
Oral delivery of glutathione is not well absorbed by human GI tract due to enzymes present in human GI tract that breaks down glutathione. Taking orally often causes an unwanted, unpleasant odor because glutathione is a sulfur containing amino acid.
This is not so with IV glutathione because the GI tract is bypassed completely, allowing for 100% absorption, smell-free! You can conveniently receive the most absorbable form of glutathione on a regular basis to gain antioxidant and detoxification support.
Glutathione May Help With
Major Benefits of Glutathione
Add-ons and lab testing
Complement your visit with potent add-ons and run convenient tests for smarter supplementation.
Fight fatigue and boost metabolism with this quick intramuscular injection that delivers a sustained energy release throughout the week. Provided in 5000mg doses.
This complete B vitamin family improves energy and increases cell function. Great for energizing you and for fighting chronic fatigue. Provided as a push in 3 mL doses.
Rapid relief and extra support against nagging nausea and vomiting. (Dosed by body weight and provided as IM injection or push.)
Liquid sunshine: Increase your vitamin D stores, fight fatigue, and boost immune response with this quick intramuscular injection. Provided in a 50,000 IU dose.
Rapid immune support with a boost of antioxidants and allergy relief. Provided in 5000 mg dose.
This extremely powerful antioxidant allows detoxification of unwanted cell build up, clarifies skin, and supports liver function. Provided in 1000 mg dose.
Complete Blood Count (CBC)
Screen for infections, anemia, and blood counts.
Kidney and liver checkup including electrolyte levels and hydration status. This test can tell you how well your body is processing fluid.
High-dose vitamin C screening test (for doses above 10g). A test result of normal value allows you to receive high dose vitamin C infusions with full confidence.
Test your vitamin D levels to know how much you should be supplementing this vitamin.
Know your iron status including your active iron and iron storage levels. This test helps you determine if you are at risk for becoming iron deficient or if you already are.
Test your thyroid related hormone levels (TSH, T3, T4) and antibodies for a complete thyroid picture.