WHAT IS THE MYERS’ COCKTAIL?
The Myers’ cocktail is an intravenous micronutrient therapy that was pioneered by the late Dr. John Myers. It includes a mix of vitamins and minerals.
While treatment plans vary based on everyone’s needs, most individuals receive this cocktail through an IV once or twice a week at the beginning of treatment. Then treatment spreads out to once or twice a month for maintenance.
BENEFITS OF THE MYERS’ COCKTAIL
The Myers’ cocktail is provided via IV to ensure that all vitamins and minerals make it directly into the bloodstream. This can prove incredibly useful for individuals who have a low-performing digestive system and has been proven to drastically impact the quality of life of individuals suffering from fibromyalgia. It is also used to treat individuals who suffer from:
- Acute illnesses
- Heart disease
- Menstrual cramps
Overall, the Myers’ cocktail confers three benefits on anyone who receives it:
- Natural increase in energy levels
- Improved immune system
- Better sleep
LET THE COCKTAIL BRING BALANCE BACK INTO YOUR LIFE
Oftentimes, the body is so broken down that it is unable to break down and absorb the very vitamins and minerals it needs to get and remain healthy. That is where the Myers’ cocktail steps in. By inserting it directly into your bloodstream, you give your body the nutrients it requires to grow stronger. Whether you require a few sessions or ongoing treatment, you are ensuring your body has its best chance at recovering and improving—thereby improving your overall quality of life.
So, if you have concerns about your health, and you want a more natural way to address your body’s needs, turn to the Vitalize Infusion Center. We will get you on the right path to reach the level of health you desire and deserve.
Accepted Payments for IV Therapy
We accept cash and most credit cards, including VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Our services are HSA (Health Savings Account) approved, so you can also pay that way. We do not accept insurance, but our costs are typically less than what you can expect to pay for an ER copay, without having to sit in a waiting room.