Infusion Ingredients

Our Super Immune IV includes:

Vitamin BCO
Vitamin BCO, or vitamin B complex, is made up of a number of important vitamins that are essential for the overall healthy function of our bodies. It includes thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (6), biotin (B7), folic acid (B9) and cobalamin (12). These vitamins help our bodies turn food into energy.
Magnesium
One of the most abundant minerals in our bodies is magnesium, which is essential for bone strength, nerve function and a healthy immune system. It also helps regulate our heartbeat and is important for DNA replication and protein production. Magnesium can help us manage stress, anxiety and hypertension. It may also help treat diabetes and migraines too. The mineral can be found in many foods such as almonds and spinach, however, it can also be taken as a supplement to improve bodily functions.
Vitamin C
Vitamin C is vital for a healthy body. The nutrient, also known as ascorbic acid, helps protect the cells in our bodies and supports the production of collagen, which helps wounds heal. Though vitamin C can be found in many foods like citrus fruit and vegetables, it cannot be produced by or stored in our bodies. The nutrient, however, can be absorbed by the body as a dietary supplement for a much-needed energy boost.
Glutathione
Glutathione is an antioxidant naturally produced by our bodies to help protect our cells from damage. It is essential for a healthy immune system as it works to build tissue and repair damaged cells in the body. Its production can be reduced in times of stress and anxiety. When given intravenously, glutathione can reduce the oxidative stress levels in our bodies. The antioxidant is also known to help manage diseases like asthma, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and depression.
Zinc
Zinc is a trace mineral that plays a role in your skin, eye and heart health. The nutrient also has antioxidant qualities and is important for healthy immune function. Though zinc is found in our bodies naturally, supplements are often used to treat acne and stabiles blood sugar levels too. As an antioxidant, zinc can reduce inflammation in your body to help boost your immune system.
Manganese
Manganese is a trace mineral that is important for the healthy functioning of many systems in your body. Though it is found in small amounts in your body, you also need to include this nutrient in the food you eat. Manganese can be found in tea, nuts, beans and leafy green vegetables but can be given intravenously or as an oral supplement. The nutrient is known to help improve bone health, regulate blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation and help keep the immune system healthy.
Copper
Copper is a mineral that supports wound healing and healthy blood vessels in the body. It also aids in the formation of red blood cells and assists with the absorption of iron in your body too. The nutrient is stored in your bones and muscles and, if you are copper deficient, you can suffer from anaemia or have a weakened immune system susceptible to injury and infection. You can get copper from meat, grain and seafood products, or you can take copper supplements orally or intravenously to keep your body healthy and strong.
Chromium
Chromium, or trivalent chromium, is a trace element that is essential for good overall health. While you can get chromium from fruit, vegetables, dairy and meat, you can also take it as a supplement if you are chromium deficient. Research shows that chromium can improve your blood sugar levels and lower your cholesterol too.

Our Collagen IV includes:

L-Proline
L-Proline, or proline, is a non-essential amino acid that is important for the formation of collagen in your body. The amino acid helps ensure that your tissues, joints, ligaments and skin stay strong and healthy. Proline is considered non-essential because your body can biosynthesise, or create, proline from other amino acids in your body. As a supplement, proline can be used to boost collagen production, strengthening ligaments, tissue and skin.
L-Lysine
L-Lysine, or lysine, is an essential amino acid that you usually get from the food you eat. The amino acid is important for muscle growth but can also help boost your collagen production too. Lysine can be found in foods such as meat, cheese and eggs. You can also take lysine as a supplement to maintain healthy skin and connective tissues.
Manganese
Manganese is a trace mineral that is important for the healthy functioning of many systems in your body. Though it is found in small amounts in your body, you also need to include this nutrient in the food you eat. Manganese can be found in tea, nuts, beans and leafy green vegetables but can be given intravenously or as an oral supplement. The nutrient is known to help improve bone health, regulate blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation and help keep the immune system healthy.
Vitamin C
Vitamin C is vital for a healthy body. The nutrient, also known as ascorbic acid, helps protect the cells in our bodies and supports the production of collagen, which helps wounds heal. Though vitamin C can be found in many foods like citrus fruit and vegetables, it cannot be produced by or stored in our bodies. The nutrient, however, can be absorbed by the body as a dietary supplement for a much-needed energy boost.
Zinc
Zinc is a trace mineral that plays a role in your skin, eye and heart health. The nutrient also has antioxidant qualities and is important for healthy immune function. Though zinc is found in our bodies naturally, supplements are often used to treat acne and stabiles blood sugar levels too. As an antioxidant, zinc can reduce inflammation in your body to help boost your immune system.
Glutathione
Glutathione is an antioxidant naturally produced by our bodies to help protect our cells from damage. It is essential for a healthy immune system as it works to build tissue and repair damaged cells in the body. Its production can be reduced in times of stress and anxiety. When given intravenously, glutathione can reduce the oxidative stress levels in our bodies. The antioxidant is also known to help manage diseases like asthma, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and depression.

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