The Myers’ Cocktail IV infusion is a medical solution that, when administered intravenously, provides a host of benefits to help a patient return to feeling their happiest and healthiest. Whether a chronic condition or a sudden lapse in health, Myers’ Cocktail is a quick and effective treatment that has the patient feeling their best in no time at all. Because there are many different treatable conditions, Myers’ Cocktail might just be the solution for being tired all the time, migraines, or muscle pain! Let the experts of Stem Cell Therapy in our offices around the Carolinas bring you the restorative benefits of this IV infusion. To claim a time in our schedule, please fill out this online form or give us a call at (864) 775-5682.
- 1 Myers’ Cocktail: A Perfect Remedy
- 2 Vitamin B-Complex
- 3 Vitamin C
- 4 Magnesium
- 5 Calcium
- 6 Candidates
- 7 Personal Consultation
- 8 Procedure
- 9 FAQ
- 10 References
Myers’ Cocktail: A Perfect Remedy
Created by pioneer physician John Myers MD in Baltimore, Maryland, Myers’ Cocktail has quickly become one of the most sought-after IV solutions. It’s a trusted go-to for alleviating the symptoms of various health conditions or as a pick-me-up after a night out. By balancing the amount of many different therapeutic nutrients to the perfect amount, we use the Myers’ Cocktail to address a list of treatable conditions that span from chronic to temporary.
Because the general public’s diet might not include the recommended amount of these nutrients, Myers’ Cocktail is the perfect addition to nearly any health and wellness regimen. Each nutrient is essential for a happy, healthy life and, with Myers’ Cocktail, the patient receives the optimal amount to do just that!
Animal meat and leafy greens are rich in vitamin B. However, for those with certain dietary restrictions, maintaining the right vitamin B levels can be rather difficult. Vitamin B is necessary for our most basic body functions. For example, it’s vital for the production of red blood cells, which keep our tissues oxygenated. Also, because vitamin B is vital for cellular energy production, low levels of vitamin B can cause symptoms like fatigue, depression, and brain fog.
Brain & Body Fatigue
Fatigue can affect anyone at any stage of their life. Intense workouts, nights out, chronic conditions, or just daily life can leave us feeling drained. And, when vitamin B levels are low, the body is unable to perform the cellular functions necessary to recover.
To treat neural and physical fatigue, Myers’ Cocktail includes 1mL of potent B-complex. This B-complex contains an assortment of different B vitamins to improve our body’s physiological functions on a cellular level. With an immediate influx of different B vitamins, patients can experience a noticeable boost in energy and focus.
Deficiencies in different B vitamins have been shown to result in mild to moderate forms of depression and other neuropathic conditions. To combat these, different B vitamins like vitamin B6, B8 (Biotin), B3 (niacin) are necessary for proper cognitive function and peak neurological health. When administered intravenously, Myers’ Cocktail supplies the necessary B vitamins to elevate mood and energy levels.
While Vitamin C is widely available in many forms, such as powdered supplements or pills, the benefits of intravenous dosage are making this a popular way to obtain this necessary nutrient. Vitamin C is vital for an array of physiological functions. As an antioxidant, vitamin C fights off free radicals, pollutants, and toxins, while maintaining healthy iron absorption and helping to keep blood cholesterol at a healthy level. Vitamin C is found in abundance in citrus fruits, various vegetables like red peppers and broccoli, and leafy greens. In those with deficient levels of vitamin C, the body isn’t able to fight off viruses like the common cold effectively.
In addition, low vitamin C levels result in less iron absorption which can have serious adverse effects like unusual tiredness, constant fatigue, and regular headaches.
With a hearty 5mL of vitamin C, Myers’ Cocktail can jumpstart the body’s immune system for optimal performance. Though other forms of the vitamin have to pass through the patient’s digestive tract, with Myers’ Cocktail, the vitamin C can flow through the body in its purest form. When administered intravenously, a larger amount of vitamin C goes straight into the bloodstream, resulting in more absorption for the patient.
Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in the human body and is found in reserve in the bones, muscle, and soft tissue. Like B vitamins, magnesium is important for energy production, but also plays a role in nerve function and regulating blood pressure. Magnesium is found in healthy, unprocessed fruits and vegetables. Most people either don’t have enough magnesium in their diets or have a chronic condition that depletes their natural magnesium levels. However, with the 5mL of magnesium in Myers’ Cocktail, patients can receive a direct dose of this essential mineral to promote healthy neurological and somatic cell functions.
Magnesium deficiency promotes cortical spreading depression (CSD), alters the process and release of pain-related neurotransmitters, and encourages the hyper-aggregation of platelets. All of these are elements of migraine development. When a patient undergoes a Myers’ Cocktail treatment, their magnesium levels reset quicker than other forms of this essential mineral. Many patients report migraines gradually disappearing over the course of that same day.
Muscle Pain or Spasm
Since magnesium is needed for healthy nerve and muscle function, nerve impulse conduction, and muscle contraction when magnesium levels are low muscles ache or contract involuntarily. For those with chronic or irregular muscle spasms or discomfort, Myers’ Cocktail has been shown to provide calming relief.
Popularly known as the “bone-building” mineral, calcium is one of the most abundant minerals found in the human body, and adequate amounts are essential for proper physiological functioning. Dairy products are known to be good sources of calcium but other foods like almonds, broccoli, and kale are rich sources of calcium. Because blood cells are made in the deep recesses of bone marrow, when bone health wavers, our overall health can be severely impacted.
In addition to supporting strong bones to maintain a healthily functioning skeletal system, intravenous calcium has been shown to provide rapid relief from asthma and anaphylactic reactions. Myers’ Cocktail includes 2-3mL of calcium. This is an adequate amount for patients to see desired results in a matter of minutes.
People of all ages and with different medical conditions can benefit from Myers’ Cocktail IV Infusion. For those interested in seeing the best effects, we do recommend already leading an active lifestyle with a balanced diet, as a patient in good health will see the most optimal results. Many of our patients with chronic conditions like asthma or migraines see conditions dissipate in an hour or two and can experience sustained benefits. Speak with your healthcare professional before doing so.
With six locations in the Carolinas, Daisy Stem Cell Therapy is proud to offer Myers’ Cocktail to our clientele. If you’re interested, your first step is to schedule a personal consultation at one of our offices. Go to our locations page to find the one nearest to you! During your initial consultation, we will perform a brief new patient intake interview and a physical examination to see which services you qualify for. Then, we will explain how a Myers’ Cocktail procedure works and what you can expect before, during, and after your treatment.
Before your procedure, we will have you rest comfortably in your own private treatment room. Then, one of our nurses will administer the IV and let the solution filter through your bloodstream. You can just sit back and relax as the restorative minerals reinvigorate your body’s systems. Once the entire solution has been processed, you will be able to jump back into your daily routine without any recovery or downtime.
How Much Does Myers’ Cocktail Cost in The Carolinas?
We will discuss the cost of your Myers’ Cocktail procedure during your consultation. Since we add other services to a personalized treatment plan, the cost of your treatment will vary from other patients’. To learn more about our pricing, call us at (864) 775-5682.
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