How Myers’ cocktail can transform your health


If you’re battered by health problems and you’re trying to find a solution, it’s likely you’ve come across mention of the Myers’ Cocktail a couple of times. While the word cocktail could turn you away, it’s really a really powerful vitamin infusion that may be the secret to transforming your wellbeing.

So what is Myers’ cocktail?

John Myers, M.D., was a doctor from Maryland who made his name by treating patients with intravenous injections of nutrients. He claimed that bringing nutrients into the body in IV form could treat a number of chronic disorders, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Migraine, and Allergy. Myers’ cocktail was named after the late physician who developed it to honor his work in the IV Therapy Field.

Myers’ cocktail is made up of magnesium , calcium, multiple B vitamins and vitamin C. It is combined with distilled water and given as an IV for a duration of between 10 minutes and 1 hour. While only one or two medications may be used to relieve acute conditions such as sinus infection or upper respiratory infection, chronic diseases may benefit from the Myers cocktail as much as once a week for a month.

How can it improve your health?

By-the amount of essential vitamins and minerals in the blood, rather than depending on less effective oral nutrients, the Myers cocktail is intended to supply the body with the resources it requires to recover. Placing too many nutrients directly in the bloodstream often helps circumvent any nutritional absorption problems that may potentially hinder the body from being nourished.

Many patients who undergo a Myers cocktail experience an intense energy boost that lasts days or even weeks. Pressure reduces, signs of health conditions become less apparent, and the immune system functions more efficiently. In addition to treating asthma, migraines, exhaustion, chronic pain, muscle spasms, respiratory and sinus infections, and allergies, Myers’ Cocktail can also help to alleviate depression, anxiety, persistent stress, and hormonal imbalances.


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Gabriel

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