Intravenous IV Vitamins & Supplements

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The use of intravenous (IV) vitamins as part of treatment of various medical problems was pioneered by John Myers, MD from Baltimore Maryland.

Many physicians and health care practitioners today, including those of us at Choices, are using a modified version of his IV regimen.

Conditions which have been shown to improve with the use of the Myers Cocktails include, but aren’t limited to:

Fatigue, including Chronic Fatigue



Acute or chronic muscle spasm


Respiratory problems

Acute or chronic asthma

Acute viral illness and acute infections

Acute disc herniation

Nutritional Deficiencies

Rheumatoid Arthritis

The Myers cocktails are usually administered 1-3 times per week.  There are 3 basic levels of the infusions: Basic, Medium and Mega.  The main differences are in the amounts of Magnesium, Calcium and Vitamin C.  However, depending upon your specific requirements and needs, your provider may alter some of the other ingredients. The length of time needed for an infusion to be administered varies from 15 minutes with the Basic, 1 hour with the Medium and 2 hours with the Mega.

The modified “Myers Cocktail” consists of  Magnesium Calcium Hydroxocobalamin (B12) Pyridoxine (B6) Dexpanthenol (B5) Vitamin B Complex (thiamine, niacinamide, riboflavin, dexpanthenol, pyridoxine), Vitamin C Mixed in Sterile Water  Blood serum concentration levels of these nutrients administered intravenously, surpasses those obtained by both oral and intramuscular administrations.  The most common side effects are flushing or feeling hot, vitamin taste in the mouth, and achiness at the infusion site.


If you are interested on learning more, please contact our clinic at 928-203-4844.

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