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 Myers Cocktail

Myers Cocktail, contrary to its name, is not a drink but an intravenously administered nutrient and vitamin “IV push”.

Due to the digestive process nutrients taken orally will get lost through poor absorption making it impossible to achieve needed concentration in the blood. On the other hand the intravenous method allows for an instant intake of vital nutrients directly into the bloodstream bringing them into the cells.

The nutrients in “the Myers” are a high concentration of a combination of nutrients useful in the treatment of various conditions. The standard Myers cocktail entails: magnesium, calcium, B12, B6, B5, B complex and vitamin C.

High concentrations of these vitamins are necessary to have a beneficial effect on following condition: migraine headaches, fatigue (including chronic fatigue), allergies, heart disease, acute asthma attacks, fibromyalgia, infections, depression and other conditions.

In our clinic the Myers Cocktail is uniquely administered. An eight minutes session with Pulsating Electro Magnetic Field Device (PEMF) is given prior to the injection. iMRS Body Mat is used to support the effectiveness of the intravenous therapy due to restoration of the innate cell frequency.

Other facts about Myers you might want to know:

  • The combination of ingredients can be individualized to meet specific health needs
  • This IV takes no more than 25 minutes
  • Usually it is administered once a week or as required or desired
  • It can also be used as a treatment for a specific condition in which case a number of infusions will be used

In conclusion, the Myers Cocktail offers significant benefits for various conditions. It is considered a safe and effective treatment.

Please call for any other information or if you have any questions regarding the treatment.

Reference: Gaby MD, Alan R,”Intravenous Nutrient therapy: the “Myers’ Cocktail”, Alternative Medicine Review (2002): Volume 7, number 5: 389‐404.