Benefits of Glutathione:
Decreased Glutathione levels have been linked to a number of age-related diseases, including Alzheimer’s and macular degeneration. A 2004 study by the University of Alabama found that the red blood cells in male Alzheimer’s patients showed a significant lack of glutathione. A study of patients with heart disease found that the lower the levels of glutathione, the more likely they were to have a heart attack.
Unfortunately, oral supplementation of glutathione often does not work – it is degraded in the stomach and intestines by acid and enzymes. The only way to significantly boost your levels is either through intramuscular or intravenous injection.
Skin Lightening: Exposure to ultraviolet radiation and environmental toxins causes the production of free radicals. These free radicals cause DNA damage that contributes to the hyper-pigmentation and aging of skin cells. Glutathione very effectively neutralizes the free radicals and promotes cellular degeneration and DNA protection. Stressors and toxins deplete our natural glutathione levels making supplementation a necessity for optimal cellular health.
Glutathione can be done as a stand-alone IV 1000-4000mg
Or as an “Add-On” to an IV – ie added to Myer’s Cocktail or Hydration IV
Note: If you have never had IV glutathione before, you will need to start at 1,000 mg and work your way up if you want a higher dose.
IV Glutathione cannot be combined with IV Ozone or IV High Dose Vitamin C