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Vitamin Quick Guide

Here’s a look at a few of the vitamins that are commonly used in IV treatments.


B Vitamins Benefits

  • Provides a boost in energy

  • Can improve mood

  • Aids in building muscle strength

  • Improves cell health and nerve function


Calcium Gluconate** Benefits

  • Proves vitamin D production

  • Aides in balancing electrolytes

**Possible Complications. Should not be administered with a cardiac glycoside


C Vitamins Benefits*

  • Improves physical, mental & emotional functions

  • Boosts immunity

  • Antioxidant

  • Plays a role in collagen production

**Possible Complications. Patients with a tendency to develop kidney stones should not receive vitamin C in high doses.


Magnesium Chloride*** Benefits

  • Can aid in symptoms of depression

  • Provides a boost in energy

  • Positively impacts athletic performance

  • Reduces migraines

  • Manages gastrointestinal issues


***Possible complications. It can interfere with aminoglycosides, calcium channel blockers, quinolones, tetracyclines, and thyroid absorptions.


Glutathione Benefits

  • Mother of all antioxidants also anti-inflammatory

  • Builds immunity

  • Provides energy and mental clarity

  • Can improve restful sleep


Potassium Benefits

  •  Aids in keeping blood pressure at normal levels

  • Diabetes management

  • Essential for heart and kidney health

  • Aids the digestive process

  • Keeps the body well-moisturized

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