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Myers Cocktail

Treating Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Muscle Spasms, & More.

The "Gold Standard" for delivering intravenous vitamins and minerals directly to your bloodstream.


Dr. John Myers pioneered this use of intravenous nutrient therapy in the 1960's. The Myers' Cocktail may help with


Helps with:​

  • Daily energy 

  • Perform athletic exercises 

  • Dealing with chronic fatigue  

  • Intravenous hydration   

  • Hangovers

  • Depression or anxiety 


How Effective is a Myers’ Cocktail?:

Vitamin infusions have gained popularity from partygoers to celebrities who boast about the benefits for health, antiaging, higher energy, hangover remedies, and more. Certainly, the popularity is alluring, but many people want to know, does IV therapy really work?

Some healthcare professionals say the body will only keep what it needs, and the kidneys will filter out the excess, so potent vitamin IVs are not useful. However, inhibited absorption of vitamins tends to occur in patients suffering from poor kidney function. These patient's doctors must consider this limitation when prescribing IV therapy.

Patients wanting a Myers’ cocktail for their overall wellness can find these, or similar, treatments at spas or wellness clinics. 

What are the Components of an IV Micronutrient Infusion? 

There are a variety of substances that may be in typical IV micronutrient infusion. Most times, the IV micronutrient infusion components are tailored to the reason for its use; different illnesses or medical conditions may require a particular combination of IV vitamins and micronutrients. Additionally, the components of an IV vitamin bag may also be tailored based on the needs of the individual receiving the infusion; individuals may tolerate some components more than others or be intolerant to specific substances.

Generally, some substances that may be found in a typical IV vitamin infusion bag include the following:

  • Vitamin C

  • Vitamin B complex

  • Vitamin B12

  • Folic acid

  • Calcium

  • Glutathione

* Always speak with your doctor when taking any new medication or supplementation. Always bring a list of medications or any other products you are taking with you for your healthcare provider to look over. If you experience any signs of overdose, seek medical attention immediately. 

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