Despite the name, a Myer’s Cocktail is not a alcoholic beverage, rather it is a complex mix of vitamins applied intravenously through a IV. Generally, Myer’s Cocktails are used primarily for the treatment of a wide range of vitamin deficiencies via high dose vitamin C ivs as well as to help aid in knee stem cell treatment. However, they are also used for more simple ends, such as beauty treatments. By improving things such as:
- Promoting improved hair strength and health
- Increasing energy
- Keeps skin looking young and wrinkle free
Ingredients of the Myer’s Cocktail
The main ingredients for any given Myer’s cocktail will vary considerably from patient to patient, since the treatment is not meant to be used as a “one size fits all” therapy, but rather, it is most effective when it is custom tailored to each individual patients needs. That being said there are still some core components that will always be used, regardless of the amount they are applied. These include, Magnesium chloride hexahydrate (for relaxation of the blood vessels and muscles generally), calcium gluconate (improved strengthening of the bones), Hydroxocobalamin (vitamin B 12), Pyridoxine hydrochloride (better known as vitamin B 6), Dexpanthenol (vitamin B 5), Vitamin B Complex as well as the primary ingredient, vitamin C. The Myer’s Cocktail treatment is also occasionally used in conjunction with glutathione iv therapy which utilizes a concentrated dose of glutathione via the bloodstream to treat dangerous toxins and free radicals by binding to them and neutralizing them.
Vitamin C is not just one of the main ingredients but also one of the most important to a Myer’s Cocktail treatment. Vitamin C has long been understood to boost energy and support a healthy immune system by protecting the body against diseases and bacteria and virus infections. But more than that vitamin C is also absolutely essential to the growth and regeneration of various key parts of the human body, most significantly, it is required for the replacement and growth of all human tissue. Lastly, vitamin C plays a large role in reinforcing human veins which means the more vitamin C you get in your system regularly the better your vein integrity will become over time.