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What is Myers' Cocktail?
The Myers' Cocktail IV infusion is a combination of magnesium, zinc, B-Vitamins (including B12), Vitamin C, and IV fluids that are administered intravenously. It was first introduced by Dr. John Myers, a physician from Baltimore, Maryland, in the 1970s.
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Nutrient & Dose Facts
Myers' Cocktail Mobile IV Therapy
- Boost the immunity system
- Promote vitality & energy
- Benefits digestion
- Antioxidants help aid immunity
- Helps red blood cell production
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Mobile IV therapy takes only 45 minutes to administer, allowing you to feel better quickly and helping improve your overall health and longevity.
Myers' Cocktail IV FAQs
A Myers cocktail is an intravenous (IV) nutritional infusion that is said to provide a variety of health benefits. It is named for Dr. John Myers, who is credited with developing the treatment in the 1970s. The precise contents of a Myers cocktail may differ. Still, it is usually made up of a mix of vitamins, minerals, and fluids, such as vitamin C, B-complex vitamins, magnesium, and zinc. Other nutrients or drugs may be added to the infusion by some practitioners.