- May Stimulate an Ultra Boost in Immunity
- May Stimulate an Ultra Boost in Recovery
M.E.G.A. = Mega Extreme Gargantuan Assault
We’re talking up to 30,000mg (yes, that’s the equivalent of 30 grams) of Vitamin C infused with an electrolyte solution, delivered IV direct into your bloodstream.
Have You Ever Had “too many” Vitamin C Tablets?
And, if so, did digesting so many of them cause you to experience diarrhea?
Well, if so, Vitamin C intake without it going through the digestive system first, possibly via an IV Infusion Treatment, may alleviate the whole runny stool experience.
Intravenous Versus Digestive Absorption
One of the many factors with taking vitamin pills (or other oral supplements), is they have to run the digestive gauntlet, so to speak. This can complicate how their intended “goodness” is absorbed into our bodies.
Have you ever wondered how much of the vitamin content in a pill is bioavailable, and effectively active in your body? If not, maybe you should.Please consider… (tap/hover to read)
However, your doctor may prescribe a different dosage specifically tailored for you.
Example Dosage Consideration: We generally won’t provide a dosage of 25,000mg or more without having first conducted G6PD Deficiency testing, because high dose intravenous vitamin C has also been known to cause haemolysis in people who are G6PD deficiency carriers.