IV Vitamin Therapy: Does it work?

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At Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness we help a lot of patience get back on track with their hydration levels, but did you know a lot of our clients come in to get IVs specifically designed to help fight vitamin deficiencies in their body?

IV Vitamin Therapy Vs. Oral Vitamins

IV vitamin therapy is the best way to quickly and efficiently deliver vitamins into the body’s circulation. When a vitamin is taken orally, the majority of it is destroyed by the extremely acidic, hydrochloric acid in a persons stomach before it can be absorbed. However, when the stomach is bypassed, this absorption barrier no longer exists and every supplement can be utilized to its fullest potential.

The Types of Vitamins & Minerals that Work Best

Our therapies often contain the most essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants such as vitamin C, B vitamins, glutathione, zinc, and magnesium. Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness also offers a variety of other treatments that are designed to improve one’s immune system and restore energy reserves. The products we offer are safe for anyone who doesn’t have a special circumstance and our mixtures are specially designed to benefit all individuals, no matter how unique.

The best supplements are those that have a positive outcome on a variety of body systems. For instance, B12 is best known for its energy producing benefits but it is also very important for a properly functioning nervous system and healthy emotional responses. Another example is glutathione. This extremely potent antioxidant is naturally produced in healthy livers and has been termed the body’s “mother antioxidant’ because it can be found in all body systems. This is why most people report feeling not just physically better, but mentally and emotionally better as well.

Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness recognizes that some people may require additional support and recommends talking to your personal physician to discuss if this type of treatment is right for you.

Conditions that Respond Positively to IV Vitamin Therapy

As previously mentioned, IV vitamin therapy is so effective because it targets a number of body systems and is directly absorbed. Systemic injuries such as cancer, autoimmune diseases, and vitamin deficiencies, all disturb a multitude of body systems as well. When your body turns against itself, maintaining the healthiest immune system possible is the best defense, and powerful antioxidants like vitamin C and glutathione help make that possible.

IV vitamin therapy is a very practical treatment for acute insults as well. An example of this would be a cold or flu virus that presents with typical flu-like symptoms. IV therapies expedite the healing process by promoting the elimination of harmful toxins and free-radicals. They also make the healing process much more manageable by greatly reducing the physical symptoms that come with infections such as nausea, headache, sore throat, fatigue, and body aches.

Some people undergo bypass surgeries that interfere with vitamin absorption. Many have genetic disorders that only respond to more effective delivery routes. Others fall victim to environmental stressors and need the help of alternative methods. Regardless the condition, Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness will find a way to help.

It is our belief vitamin therapies are more effective when started closer to the onset of symptoms. From our experience, prompt recognition and early treatment generally result in a shorter healing time.


Here are a few journal articles for further reading. Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness has access to additional research upon request. Call Infuze Aesthetics & Wellness today (702) 964-9500 and we will be happy to answer any questions regarding your therapy.

Ali A, et al. (2008). Intravenous micronutrient therapy (Myers’ cocktail) for fibromyalgia: A placebo-controlled pilot study.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2894814/

Carr, A. C., & Cook, J. (2018). Intravenous Vitamin C for Cancer Therapy – Identifying the Current Gaps in Our Knowledge. Frontiers in physiology, 9, 1182.


Gaby AR. (2002). Intravenous nutrient therapy: The “Myers’ cocktail.”


Padayatty SJ, et al. (2010). Vitamin C: Intravenous use by complementary and alternative medicine practitioners and adverse effects. DOI:


Shrader WA. (2004). Short and long term treatment of asthma with intravenous nutrients. DOI:


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