Need an energy boost? Worried how your nutrition may be affecting your health?
Gastrointestinal issues can prevent your digestive system from absorbing vitamins and minerals. It's believed that such a nutrient deficiency in your interstitial space/extra-cellular matrix (the space between tissues and cells) can cause chronic illness.
Consider a treatment that delivers nutrients by bypassing the digestive system altogether.
Dr. Cabrera at the Genesis Health Institute uses the intravenous Myers Cocktail to deliver vitamins and minerals directly into your bloodstream. This nutrient-rich infusion helps your body by reducing pain, increasing energy, and helping you fight infections.
The Myers' Cocktail is an intravenous solution of sterile water mixed with vitamins and minerals. It was created by Internal Medicine physician Dr. John Myers to treat chronic illness (after passing on, his work was continued by Dr. Alan R. Gaby).
Nutrients in the infusion may include:
The Myer's Cocktail may increase energy by providing nutrients to your cell's mitochondria. The infusion is also used to:
Conditions that the Myer's Cocktail is used to treat include:
During your appointment, Dr. Cabrera will review your medical history, current medications, and present deficiencies to determine if Myer's Cocktail is right for you. Digestive issues that could make you an especially-good candidate include an upset stomach, bloating, food intolerance, and low gastric acid pH level.
You'll receive your Myers Cocktail 1-2 times per week in-office. You can relax as the solution is delivered into your arm via a needle. You may feel warm or taste vitamins during the procedure.
The treatment is done at a pace to allow maximum absorption of the vitamins and minerals to the cells of your body. Your appointment will last about 30 minutes and you should consume a full meal before treatment.
Dr. Cabrera will discuss with you when you can expect to see results and when you'll need to return for your next infusion. How long your results will last will depend on the condition being treated.
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