Tri-Immune Boost IV Infusion
Conveniently located to serve the areas of Greenville, SC, Spartanburg, SC, Columbia, SC, Anderson, SC, Asheville, NC and Gastonia, NC
The Tri-Immune Boost IV infusion is a combination of the antioxidant, vitamin, and mineral supplements vitamin C, glutathione, and zinc. These key nutrients help your body strengthen its immune response so you feel your best! This tailored combination of essential nutrients can provide you with the support you need to heal wounds, decrease inflammation, and maintain a healthy body.
Recent global public health events along with the stresses and strains of daily life have taken their toll on many of us. That’s why many people have seen the benefits of IV therapy to help them get back to great health and wellness.
John Haasis III, M.D. is one of South Carolina’s leading regenerative medicine specialists. He will advise you about the best treatments and give you more information about the immune system benefits of Tri-Immune Boost IV infusion. To book a consultation with him at Daisy Stem Cell Therapy, please call (864) 775-5682.
- 1 The Importance of Nutrients
- 2 The Immune System
- 3 What’s in the Tri-Immune Boost IV?
- 4 Benefits of Tri-Immune Boost IV Treatment
- 5 Candidates
- 6 Personal Consultation
- 7 Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
- 8 Cost of IV Infusions in Asheville, SC
- 9 FAQ
- 10 References
The Importance of Nutrients
IV infusions are the latest way to provide your body with the supplements it needs to maintain a robust immune system. Everyone’s body works differently to absorb what it needs to maintain great health. Macronutrients like proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, and micronutrients like vitamins and minerals, help our bodies maintain a protective barrier against disease. But oftentimes, we don’t get enough of those nutrients from our diet alone. Deficiencies of these important substances can sometimes have serious consequences.
Our bodies need a large amount of macronutrients and a small but essential amount of micronutrients to function well. When the body doesn’t absorb the right amounts, we can experience vitamin and mineral deficiencies. These deficiencies can lead to some uncomfortable and debilitating symptoms, such as:
- Unhealthy Weight Loss
- Tongue Inflammation
- Anemia (Low Iron) (1)
The Immune System
The immune system protects the body from pathogens. These are microorganisms that thrive in a warm, moist, nutrient-rich environment. Unfortunately, our bodies fit these requirements perfectly! Some microorganisms are harmless, but others can cause serious problems. Therefore, it’s essential to ensure that your immune system has the strength to fight pathogens. Our bodies are built to protect us from harm, so our skin, our lungs, our digestive tracts, and bodily fluids help us
When pathogens enter the body, our immune system signals multiple defenses. These include:
- White Blood Cells (Leukocytes) – All white blood cells are involved in the immune response. They help identify when pathogens have infiltrated the body and fight infection. They flow through the body and destroy viruses, bacteria, and other harmful pathogens. (2)
- Antibodies – Antibodies are produced by blood plasma. Like white blood cells, they are also a crucial part of the immune response. There are five key antibodies, each with a different immune function to fight infection. They also play a vital role in combating autoimmune diseases and cancer. (3)
- Proteins – Proteins have multiple functions in the body, but one of those functions is to support the cells in the innate (general) immune system. (4)
- Lymphatic System – Lymphatic vessels regulate fluid in the body. They destroy harmful pathogens and help the whole body fight disease.
- Spleen – The function of the spleen is to fight invading pathogens in the blood. It acts as a filter, to remove the harmful cells from the bloodstream, as well as remove damaged red blood cells.
The Tri-Immune Boost IV can help these systems stay as strong as they can be. This allows our patients to get on with their daily lives and live them to their fullest potential!
What’s in the Tri-Immune Boost IV?
Tri-Immune Boost IV treatments combine three key nutrients: vitamin C, glutathione, and zinc.
Vitamin C: The Versatile Antioxidant
Like most other vitamins, vitamin C cannot be produced by the body. That’s why we need to supplement it from outside sources like fruits and vegetables. It’s a crucial nutrient the body needs for many different processes and preventions, including:
- Collagen Synthesis
- Wound Healing
- Iron Absorption
- Male Fertility
- Atherosclerosis (Cholesterol Buildup)
- Free Radical Reduction
- Heavy Metal Detoxification (5)
Glutathione: The Antioxidant Combo
Glutathione, also known as GSH, is a potent substance composed of three amino acids: glycine, cysteine, and glutamic acid. A large body of research shows that glutathione can inhibit viral infection. It may also inhibit oxidative stress – an imbalance of the body’s oxygen and detoxification function. (6)
Zinc: The Immune Support Metal
Studies related to zinc deficiency in the 1960s revealed the multifaceted functions of the metal in the body. It plays a direct and indirect role in the immune system. However, research also confirms that too much zinc can cause harm. Maintaining zinc homeostasis (balance) is vital for fighting invading pathogens, as well as functions that fight inflammation, autoimmune diseases, and allergies. (7)
Benefits of Tri-Immune Boost IV Treatment
Tri-Immune Boost IV therapy can help patients with:
- Immune function support
- Strengthening a weakened immune system
- Maintaining long-term health goals
- Antioxidants and mineral intake
- Support for wound healing
- Optimizing cell functionality
In just 30 minutes, you can experience the benefits of IV infusion and reap the rewards!
The vast majority of patients are eligible for IV infusion therapy. Many patients can benefit from the three-pronged approach to building a better immune response and forging a healthier path in life! The treatment is not suitable for people with conditions that do not allow their bodies to absorb vitamins and minerals quickly. Therefore, people with kidney or heart conditions may wish to discuss other options with Dr. Haasis
At your personal consultation with Dr. Haasis you can discuss the difficulties you have had with long or short-term immune system difficulties, tiredness, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and underlying conditions that affect your immune response such as autoimmune disorders. If you have recently been sick, please tell him about your experience. If you have had a Covid-19 diagnosis in the past, or if you are experiencing the effects of “Long Covid”, please inform us before your visit when you inquire about consultation scheduling.
Corresponding & Complementary Procedures
Daisy Stem Cell Therapy offers a selection of tailored IV infusion treatments, including:
- Amino Blend IV
- Ascorbic Acid IV
- L-Glutathione IV
- Mineral Blend IV
- Myer’s Cocktail IV
- Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide IV (NAD+ IV)
Please see our IV infusions page for more detailed information.
Cost of IV Infusions in Asheville, SC
Your IV infusion procedure costs are reflected in your choice of IV infusion, and the number of sessions you require. Dr. Haasis will give you as much information and guidance as possible at your personal consultation and suggest the best treatments for your health and wellness needs. To book your consultation to discuss Tri-Immune Boost IV infusion, or to inquire about our other regenerative medicine services, please contact Daisy Stem Cell Therapy by phone at (864) 775-5682, or by completing our online form. We will get back to you as soon as possible regarding your request.
For more information about IV infusions, supplements, stem cell therapy, cosmetic procedures, and more, please see our full menu of services. You can also read more on our Daisy Effect blog.
Can IV vitamin infusions help the immune system?
IV infusions of essential vitamins and minerals can strengthen and support the immune system. Patients with weakened immune systems and health conditions may consider IV infusions such as the Myer’s Cocktail, amino acid blends, or other combination IV infusions as part of their immune support.
How many IV immune boost infusions do I need?
The number of infusions a person receives depends on what they want to gain from the treatment, and the underlying health conditions they may have. The best way to find out is to speak to your provider about the problems you are facing with a weakened immune system, and discuss your treatment options further.
Are IV vitamin infusions painful?
Much like a blood draw, an IV infusion may cause some temporary discomfort, but it is usually mild and very tolerable. Afterwards, there may be some mild swelling where the needle was inserted. If you have an aversion to needles, or if you are prone to fainting, please inform your provider before your procedure.
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