The Myers’ Cocktail, is a combination of Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Vitamin C, magnesium and calcium administered intravenously. The Myers’ Cocktail was first performed by Dr. John Myers MD and later championed by Dr. Alan Gaby MD after Myers’ death in 19841.

Nutrient Impact On Health
Calcium Maintains strength of cartilage and bone
Magnesium Muscle contraction, relaxation and blood flow
Vitamin B1 Nerve signaling and energy maintenance
Vitamin B2 Prevention of migraines and energy maintenance
Vitamin B3 Balancing of sex hormones: testosterone and estrogen
Vitamin B5 Adrenal hormone production; muscle and skin repair
Vitamin B6 Clear mental functioning and energy maintenance
Vitamin C Joint cartilage health and immune system function

The Myers’ Cocktail works by increasing the blood concentration of several essential vitamins and minerals beyond that which can be achieved when supplementing orally. For example, Vitamin C given intravenously has been found to reach blood concentrations more than 50 times greater than what can be achieved when given orally.

Glutathione, often referred to as “the mother of all antioxidants” is one of the most talked about supplements in the healthcare industry..and for good reason. Glutathione is produced and used by every single cell in the human body and, therefore, has a very wide range of scientifically-proven health effects.

Glutathione’s importance for humans, researchers have suggested that cellular Glutathione levels are a great predictor of life expectancy.

Like Vitamin C & E, Glutathione is an important antioxidant in the body. What’s special about Glutathione is that it is positioned within the cell, making it perfectly placed to carry out its job.

Glutathione is an important antioxidant in animals, plants (especially avocados), fungi, and some bacteria, where it prevents damage to important cellular components caused by reactive oxygen species .

By removing oxygen radicals from the body, Glutathione protects many different body systems from disease and deterioration.

Glutathione has been described as a defensive agent against the action of toxic xenobiotics (drugs, pollutants, carcinogens).

Because of its wide range of uses in the body, it is essential to prevent Glutathione levels from becoming low.

Glutathione deficiency manifests in increased susceptibility to oxidative stress, the resulting damage of which is thought to be involved in a plethora of diseases, such as cancer, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.

Therefore, regulation of Glutathione metabolism is a critical part of strategies to ensure optimal health.