Intravenous Drip Therapy – detox, anti-stress, metabolism activation and slowing down the aging process – the fastest and most reliable way to deliver nutrients to the body using intravenous infusions.
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Most people usually consume vitamins and minerals through food; some people may also take additional multivitamin supplements. When vitamins and minerals are ingested orally, they enter the stomach and intestines, where they are broken down by enzymes in the gastrointestinal tract and then absorbed into the blood. There is a limit to the rate of absorption of these substances from the gastrointestinal tract; what is not absorbed continues to enter the body and is excreted in the feces. In addition, most of the substances absorbed from the gut pass through the liver for further processing before reaching the rest of the body. Other factors that affect the number of vitamins absorbed from the gut are a person’s metabolism, age, genetics, and interactions with other orally consumed foods. Ultimately, a significant portion of orally taken vitamins and minerals is lost, and only a small amount reaches the rest of the body. Since most of the vitamins and minerals are lost, the body does not get the full benefit of these substances when taken orally in the form of food or other supplements.
With iv drip therapy, minerals and vitamins are introduced into the body through the veins. With this method of administration, vitamins and trace elements avoid metabolism in the intestine. In addition, substances enter the bloodstream faster and are distributed throughout the body, since they are not limited in absorption rate, as is the case with oral administration. Ultimately, only small amounts of vitamins and trace elements are wasted during intravenous vitamin therapy; most of it is absorbed and used by the body. Thus, the body receives all the benefits of vitamins and trace elements when administered through the veins, and not through the mouth.
A typical micronutrient intravenous infusion may contain a variety of substances. In most cases, the components of intravenous infusion of trace elements depend on the reason for its use; various diseases or medical conditions may require a specific combination of intravenous vitamins and minerals. In addition, the components of an intravenous vitamin pack can also be adjusted depending on the needs of the person receiving the infusion; people may tolerate certain ingredients better than others, or have an intolerance to certain substances.
In general, some substances that may be contained in a typical intravenous vitamin infusion bag include the following:
Vitamin C – There have been studies that have shown some benefits of intravenous vitamin C. In the critically ill, vitamin C given intravenously may help treat sepsis; it may also be useful in the treatment of certain types of cancer. In people in good health, intravenous administration of the vitamin may improve immunity and energy levels.45
Vitamin B Complex – Several vitamins make up the B complex group of vitamins. These include vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacinamide), vitamin B5 (dexpanthenol) and pyridoxine (vitamin B6). These vitamins play an important role in the processes occurring in the human body.
Vitamin B12 – It is also known as cyanocobalamin. It performs many functions in the human body. However, its main function is to produce red blood cells. A deficiency in this vitamin can lead to a condition known as macrocytic megaloblastic anemia.
Folic Acid – This vitamin is also known as folate. Like cyanocobalamin, folic acid helps in the development of red blood cells. Its deficiency can also lead to macrocytic megaloblastic anemia.
Calcium – Calcium is essential for the development of strong and healthy bones. People who lack calcium in the body can develop a disease known as osteoporosis.
Glutathione is an antioxidant that contributes to many key processes in the body.
There are many other vitamins and micronutrients that can be included in an intravenous micronutrient infusion. As mentioned earlier, before starting intravenous administration of vitamins, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional; this will help ensure that the necessary vitamins and minerals are supplied in the right amount.
With intravenous vitamin therapy, minerals and vitamins are introduced into the body through the veins. With this method of administration, vitamins and trace elements avoid metabolism in the intestine. In addition, substances enter the bloodstream faster and are distributed throughout the body, since they are not limited in absorption rate, as is the case with oral administration. Ultimately, only small amounts of vitamins and trace elements are wasted during intravenous vitamin therapy; most of it is absorbed and used by the body. Thus, the body receives all the benefits of vitamins and trace elements when administered through the veins, and not through the mouth.
There are no definitive answers to the question of who should take vitamin C or who would benefit from intravenous infusional vitamin therapy. A person may start intravenous vitamin therapy if their healthcare provider recommends it. Other considerations that may justify the need for intravenous vitamin therapy are as follows:
For people suffering from or recovering from illnesses; intravenous vitamins can help boost the immune system and speed up recovery.
People who feel depressed and experience a chronic lack of energy.
People with mood disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Athletes before and after sports.
Anyone can receive an intravenous infusion of vitamins. The components are usually well tolerated, and the risk of side effects, although it exists, is negligible.
All medicines included in IV-therapy formulations are registered medicines approved for use in the territory of the Russian Federation.
The formulations for our formulations have been developed based on the study of international experience and in collaboration with a clinical pharmacologist. They are aimed at correcting various negative conditions: from the consequences of alcohol intoxication to vitamin and mineral imbalances.
Medicines are prescribed after consultation with a doctor on the basis of test data, identified indications for prescribing and the absence of contraindications.
complete blood count with leukocyte formula and SRI
general urine analysis
hemostasis: fibrinogen, mno