Updated: Jul 12, 2020
Glutathione + Push (Glutathione, B12, B Complex, Vitamin C and Biotin)
Immunity Push ( High dose Vitamin C, Zinc, Glutathione and Selenium)
Hair Regrowth Push (Vitamin C, B5 and Biotin)
Vitamin B Injection
MIC Injection (Methionine, Inositol, Choline)
Stress Buster Adrenal and Immune IV
Vitamin C 5 ml: Essential in human nutrition and unlike most animals, we cannot make it. Signs of a deficiency are bleeding gums, poor wound healing, extensive bruising, susceptibility to infection, hysteria and depression. It’s primary function is the manufacturing of collagen, the main protein substance of the human body. Vitamin C is critical for immune function, manufacturing certain nerve transmitting substances and hormones, carnitine synthesis (transports fats into energy) and the absorption and utilization of other nutritional factors. Vitamin C is a vary important antioxidant.
B1: A deficiency causes mental confusion, muscle wasting, fluid retention, high blood pressure, difficulty walking and heart disturbances
B2: a deficiency causes cracked lips, and cracks in the corners of the mouth, an inflamed tongue, visual disturbances - sensitivity to light and loss of visual acuity, cataract formation, burning and itching eyes, lips, mouth and tongue, disorders of mucous membranes, anemia and seborrheic dermatitis.
B3: The body converts tryptophan to create niacin/ B3. It functions in the body as a component in the coenzymes NAD and NADP, which are involved in well over 50 different chemical reactions in the body. Niacin containing enzymes play an important role in energy production; fat, cholesterol, and carbohydrate metabolism; and the manufacture of many body compounds including sex and adrenal hormones. A deficiency of B3 causes dermatitis (dry rough skin), diarrhea (impaired manufacture of mucous lining of gastrointestinal tract) and improper brain function. Leading to confusion and dementia. Niacin effectively and safely lowers blood lipids (cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol, renal transplants, insulin dependent diabetes, arthritis).
B6: Extremely important B vitamin involved in the formation of body proteins and structural compounds, chemical transmitters in the nervous system, red blood cells, and prostaglandins. B6 is critical in maintaining hormonal balance and proper immune function. A deficiency if B6 is characterized by depression, convulsions in children, glucose intolerance anemia, impaired nerve function, cracking of the lips and tongue and seborrhoea or eczema. B6 is required for the proper functioning of more than 60 enzymes and plays a vital role in cellular multiplication and critical in a healthy pregnancy and proper immune function, mucous membrane, skin and blood cells. These tissues are all rapidly replicating and require higher amounts of B6. B6 plays a critical role in brain chemistry because it is involved in the manufacture of all amino acid neurotransmitters (serotonin, dopamine, melatonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, etc.). Principal uses: Asthma, Autism, Cardiovascular disease, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Chinese restaurant syndrome, (MSG reaction causing tingling and weakness around the face, temple, upper back, neck and arms and flushing skin, heart palpitations, intense thirst, anxiety, nausea and vomiting), Diabetes (and prevention of diabetic complications), Depression, Epilepsy, Immunity, kidney stones, Nausea and vomiting of pregnancy, Osteoporosis, Premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
Folic Acid: Functions together with B12 for cellar division as it is necessary for DNA synthesis and without it cells do not divide properly. Therefore it is critical for the developing nervous system of the fetus and a deficiency is linked to several birth defects such as spina bifida. A deficiency of folic acid is also linked to depression, (involved in the manufacturing of brain neurotransmitters and DNA) atherosclerosis (lowers homocysteine which protects arterial damage) and osteoporosis (lowers homocysteine which protects from a defective bone matrix). Principal uses: Acne, AIDS, Anemia, Atherosclerosis, Cancer, Candidiasis, Canker sores, Cataracts, Celiac disease, Cerebrovascular insufficiency, Cervical dysplasia, Constipation, Crohn’s disease, Diarrhea, Epilepsy, Fatigue, Gout, Hepatitis, Infertility, Osteoporosis, Neural tube defects, Parkinson’s disease, Periodontal disease, Restless legs syndrome, Seborrheic dermatitis, Senility, Ulcerative colitis.
B12: Prevents pernicious anemia (deadly form with large, immature red blood cells). Works with folic acid in many body processes, including the synthesis of DNA, red blood cells and the insulating myelin sheath that surrounds nerve cells and speeds the conduction of nerve signals. A deficiency of B12 impacts the brain and nervous system such as numbness, pins and needles sensation or a burning feeling. Impaired mental function mimicking Alzheimer’s disease and depression in the elderly. In addition to anemia and nervous system problems, a B12 deficiency can result in a red, beefy tongue and diarrhea. This is because rapidly dividing cells such as in the mouth and intestinal tract require B12. It is required to treat AIDS, impaired mental function in the elderly, asthma, sulphite sensitivity, depression, diabetic neuropathy, low sperm count, MS and tinnitus (ringing in the ears).
Calcium: Essential in maintaining bone and teeth, enzyme activity, muscle contraction, neurotransmitter release, heart beat regulation, and blood clotting. A deficiency can cause rickets (bone deformities and stunted growth), osteomalacia (bone softening), muscle spasms and leg cramps, high blood pressure, osteoporosis and colon cancer. Studies indicate some calcium supplements may contain substantial amounts of lead. Lead is a toxic metal that primarily affects the brain, kidney and red blood cell production. The level of lead in the body is directly linked to IQ and the lower the IQ, the greater the risk for delinquent and criminal behaviour. From highest to lowest lead in calcium supplements: Bone meal, Unrefined calcium carbonate, Dolomite, Calcium chelate, Refined calcium carbonate. Principal uses of calcium: Postmenopause, Caucasian / Asian, Premature menopause, Positive family history, Short stature / small bones, Leanness, Low calcium intake, Inactivity, Never pregnant, Gastric or small intestine resection, Long-term corticosteroid use, Long-term anticonvulsants, Hyperparathyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Smoking, Heavy alcohol use.
Magnesium: Is second to potassium in terms of concentration within the body’s cells. Its primary function is enzyme activation. 60% of magnesium in the body is in bone, 26% in muscle and the rest in soft tissue and body fluids. The brain, heart, liver and kidneys have the most magnesium - thus magnesium’s critical role in energy production. Magnesium supplementation may be much more important than calcium supplementation for many people. Food processing refines out most of the magnesium leaving the processed food eating population, deficient. Diseases associated with a magnesium deficiency are: Acute pancreatitis, Congestive heart failure, Dietary deficiency, Digitalis toxicity, Excessive sweating, Impaired intestinal absorption (chronic diarrhea, ill resection, malabsorption syndromes), Increased magnesium loss through the kidneys (diuretic use, Diabetes, Antibiotics, Alcohol, Hyperthyroidism, Kidney disease)
Zinc: Is in every cell and a component in over 200 enzymes and is involved in more enzymatic reactions than any other mineral. It is required for hormones including thymus (immune), insulin, growth hormone and sex hormones. Zinc deficiency symptoms: Frequent and/ or severe infections, Sleep and behavioural disturbances, Delayed wound healing, Psychiatric illness, Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s, Colitis), Impaired glucose tolerance, Malabsorption syndromes, Reduced appetite, Anorexia, Stunted growth, Loss of taste or smell, Delayed sexual maturation, Night blindness, Impotence, Infertility, All dermatological disorders (eczema, acne, psoriasis), Abnormal menstruation, Dandruff and hair loss, Alcohol abuse, Connective tissue disease, Diuretic use, Rheumatoid arthritis, white spots on nails, mouth ulcers and halitosis.
Selenium: Works mostly with the antioxidant enzyme glutathione and vitamin E in preventing free radical damage to cell membranes. Low selenium levels are linked to higher risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory diseases, (Rheumatoid arthritis, eczema, psoriasis…) premature aging, cataract formation and low immune function. Proper fetal growth, low birth weight babies and those at risk for SIDS.
Taurine: Is an amino acid that reduces cortisol levels and increases the production of GABA (calming agent) and acts as an antioxidant protecting our body from aging. Required for healthy metabolism, protects the eyes, heart, muscles, brain aging, neurological conditions, improves exercise performance, helps with diabetes. Used in the treatment for congestive heart failure, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cystic fibrosis and prevents plaque build up in the arteries.
Glycine: Is used to treat schizophrenia, stroke, prostate inflammation, protects the kidneys from harmful drugs and alcohol. Glycine protects against free radical damage, is the main amino acid in collagen, improves sleep quality, protects the heart, aids in diabetes and protects against muscle loss.
Trace Minerals: Include Chromium, Copper, Fluroine, Iodine, Iron
Tyrosine: Produces important brain chemicals that help nerve cells communicate and helps regulate mood, improve alertness, attention and focus as it is one of the cofactors in dopamine production.
MIC/ B Vitamin Injection
MIC contains Methionine, Inositol and Choline and is combined with B Complex and Vitamin B12 in this energy boosting and brain calming intramuscular injection.
Methionine: Is an amino acid (building block of protein) used in many important cellular functions such as protecting the liver from damage, improving mood, allergies, asthma, drug withdrawal, Parkinson’s disease and schizophrenia. Methionine protects against colon cancer and neural tube defects in pregnancy.
Inositol: Affects many areas of the body and impacts numerous biological functions. In the brain, inositol plays a vital role in making neurotransmitters and certain steroid hormones bind to their receptors. Inositol triggers biological changes that affect hormone production, calcium concentration, gene expression, fat breakdown, cytoskeleton assembly and much more.
Choline: Is similar to B vitamins and can be made in the liver. It is used to treat liver disease including chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis as well as brain conditions such as depression, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, Huntington’s chorea,Tourette’s disease, cerebellar ataxia, seizures and schizophrenia. Athletes use it for bodybuilding and delaying fatigue in endurance sports. Choline prevents neural tube defects in pregnancy, prevents cancer, lowers cholesterol and controls asthma.
B Complex: B vitamins primarily regulate hormones and are required for energy production. They build up the adrenal glands which are our body’s battery which gets depleted with long-term physical and/ or mental stress.
B12: Vitamin B12 is important in protecting the central nervous system including all brain neutrons and central and peripheral nerves in the body supplying all glands, organs and tissues.