by Robyn Benson, D.O.H.
Did you know that many types of IV Therapies can help with chronic fatigue, headaches, pain, infectious disease, chronic illness and even recovering from sport injuries?
Intravenous therapy was started in the 1800s as a way to treat seriously ill patients. Since then, the use of the IV therapies has evolved and is commonly used in traditional medicine. IV therapies have now evolved to encompass holistic and preventative care. Indeed, IV therapy has moved from the hospital to become part of sustainable healthcare solutions in spas and health centers around the country.
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The popular Myers Cocktail: calcium, magnesium, vitamin C and B complex has been shown to be effective in treating migraines, chronic fatigue and respiratory infections, fibromyalgia and so much more.
Vitamin C IV: boosts your immune system, helps get rid of infection and heavy metals, and according to a WebMD* article, is linked to enhancing chemocapability of chemotherapy to kill cancer cells.
Magnesium IV: another good way to treat acute migraines while also combating various cardiovascular diseases. Magnesium also improves blood flow and blood pressure.
The GSH Glutathione IV: Antioxidant powerhouse. Glutathione is considered the master antioxidant and is found in every cell in the body. We lose Glutathione as we age. Replace lost Glutathione, which helps detoxify the body, strengthens the immune system and improves overall health.
UVB/Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation: Health benefits are immense. By introducing UV waves (which are found in sunlight) to your blood, your body is helped in fighting off viruses and bacterial infections as well as giving an immune boost to fight off illness.
With all the benefits of IV therapy it is no wonder this treatment is a sound option for health and well-being. Utilizing these IV’s can help achieve optimum health and get your immune system working much better.
For 14 years, I have offered IV therapies to thousands of my patients at Santa Fe Soul with great results. In addition to acupuncture and injection therapies (such as prolozone and B12), IV therapies are an excellent option for people in need.