IV Vitamin Treatment

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Are you under intense stress? Do you feel tired and sluggish? You may need IV (intravenous) therapies for a stronger body and immune system!


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Glutathione molecule, which acts as the most important antioxidant in our body, begins to be insufficient in people under intense stress, people with weakened detox capacity, people with high alcohol and cigarette use, malnutrition, intense toxin load, etc.

This antioxidant molecule, which is very difficult to absorb when taken orally, is administered intravenously, allowing it to act more quickly.

With this treatment, we achieve the effects of preventing cell damage, removing toxins from the body and improving liver function.


High Dose Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)

Vitamin C, the most important water-soluble vitamin, is the most widely used vitamin among IV therapies. It is an essential vitamin, not synthesized in the body.

In addition to its antioxidant properties, it stimulates the immune system and stimulates the production of interferons that fight against bacteria and viruses.

  • It is important in wound healing.
  • Reduces oxidative stress in the body.
  • Vitamin C in plasma protects hemoglobin against glycation and endothelial cells from damage by free radicals.
  • Accelerates recovery in flu infections.
  • Protects against aging with its antioxidant effect.
  • Eliminates chronic fatigue.
  • Increases body resistance.
  • Protective against cancer.
  • Plays a role in collagen production. It beautifies the skin.
  • Participates in the structure of enzymes involved in many neural activities.

In addition to all these benefits, vitamin C cannot be absorbed at the desired level with oral intake. For a vitamin C requirement that requires eating cases of oranges, the body will be loaded with extra sugar. In some infectious cases, since it is desired to achieve a short-term effect by loading the person with vitamin C, intravenous administration is preferred.

Is it safe to give vitamin C intravenously?

Giving vitamin C intravenously under the supervision of a doctor has no known side effects. It should be applied with caution in people with kidney disease, so it is important that it is done by a specialist physician.

Who can be treated with vitamin C?

  • Frequently ill
  • Those with painful bones and joints
  • Viral infections
  • People with bleeding gums
  • Rapid weight loss
  • Those who feel constantly tired and sluggish
  • People with chronic urinary tract infections
  • Diabetes, autoimmune diseases
  • Metabolic syndrome
  • Preventive and supportive treatment of coronavirus infection

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It is a highly effective cocktail of vitamins and minerals including sodium ascorbate, magnesium, nicotinamide, dexapentenol, pyridoxine, thiamine, riboflavin, methylcobalamin, administered IV (intravenously).

What are the Benefits?

Energizes the body by providing vitamin and mineral support

It plays an active role in the repair of chronic fatigue, general state of reluctance and concentration defects.

It eliminates the negative effects of acute and chronic stress on the body.

Supports the relief of migraine pains and body aches.

It removes the degeneration caused by mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression.

It plays an active role with NAD+ in the treatment of alcoholism and addiction.

The patient should pay attention to caffeine consumption on the day of application.

It is recommended to apply 3-6 sessions at intervals of 7-10 days.


With L-Carnitine and Zinc;

Supports weight loss,

Increases fat burning by accelerating metabolism

Stabilizes appetite

L carnitine breaks down long and medium chain fatty acids and allows them to enter the mitochondria, thus supporting fat burning

Helps regulate blood sugar and cholesterol levels

Plays an active role in cleansing the organs

4-6 sessions at 1 day intervals are recommended.


Choline: a very efficient basic building block molecule involved in many reactions in cells. It is known for its similarity to B vitamins. It can be made in the liver and found in meat, poultry, vegetables, eggs and nuts. In the body, it is involved in the synthesis of two molecules important for the cell membrane. It is required for the synthesis of acetylcholine, which is essential for memory, muscle control, mood and many neuronal system functions.

There is no set requirement for the daily intake of choline. The amount to be taken may vary according to the person’s daily life, genetic structure, gender and occupation.

What can be seen in choline deficiency?

Liver and muscle damage can be seen. Deficiency can be seen especially in long distance runners. The amount to be taken into the body may increase in alcohol intake, after menopause, during pregnancy, and it is possible to develop deficiency.

Since it is a building block molecule especially effective in the nervous system and memory, it is included in our clinical practice as a molecule that can be administered intravenously with other vitamins with its immune system regulating effect in disorders such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, anxiety, smokers, people with high stress levels, chronic fatigue.


Alpha Lipoic Acid is a vitamin-like molecule that is essential for the maintenance of many vital functions in our body.

Its main indication is the treatment of polyneuropathy due to diabetes. It has the effect of reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. It is synthesized in the body but not enough. Dietary intake is required but when taken orally, absorption decreases by 30%. It is given intravenously and used to support glutathione with intravenous therapy. It is then continued to be supplemented orally.

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