High Dose Vitamin C IV Therapy

Stressed out and worn down from fighting an infection or bad sunburn? Vitamin C may help. And it’s clinically validated benefits extend far beyond these conditions – with virtually no side effects in sight.

You can get some vitamin C from citrus fruits, red peppers, broccoli, strawberries and Brussels sprouts. Maybe you prefer chewables or capsules. Unfortunately, they may not do the trick, because our bodies can only absorb 20% of orally consumed vitamin C.

When you absorb vitamin C via IV, however, it’s 100% bioavailable – so the entire dose floods your bloodstream, maintaining your levels for 2- 3 weeks. Why for so long?

If you’re struggling with chronic or adrenal fatigue, viral or bacterial infection, swollen or bleeding gums, poor wound healing, joint pain, loose teeth, or skin spots you need robust, sustained absorption. Intravenously delivered, professionally monitored Vitamin C may bolster stave off signs of aging on many fronts.

Don’t let low immune function disrupt your life. Schedule your High Dose Vitamin C IV therapy with a Grand Rapids Men’s Clinic specialist by calling (616) 226-6966 or by contacting us here.

Vitamin C IV Therapy Grand Rapids MI

Conditions Treated by High Dose Vitamin C

Vitamin C is an antioxidant, collagen builder and energy generator. That’s why it’s become the go-to therapy for these common conditions:

  • stress & burnout
  • colds & viruses
  • asthma
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • adrenal fatigue syndrome
  • Lyme Disease
  • herpes
  • Epstein Barr Virus
  • chronic muscle spasms
  • PMS
  • migraines & tension headaches
  • macular degeneration
  • fibromyalgia
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • pre and post athletic performance
  • anti-aging
  • depression & anxiety

High Dose Vitamin C Benefits

Dr. Naeem delivers potent Vitamin C (also called L-ascorbic acid or ascorbate) for these clinically validated functions:

Immune system support

By producing cytokines (immune system cells) Vitamin C may directly attack bacteria, viruses, flus and foreign cells. By boosting immune function it may help prevent heart disease, macular degeneration, and even cancer.

Decades of clinical research shows that, like chemotherapy and radiation therapy, High Dose Vitamin C releases free radicals – only without the side effects. The two therapies have been shown to work synergistically.

Energy production

Vitamin C helps produce carnitine, which shuttles fats into our cells’ for energy production. Studies have demonstrated that one dose reduced fatigue in office workers for 24 hours.

The highest concentration of Vitamin C if found in our adrenal glands which help manufacture adrenaline and cortisol. Supplementing can help manage stress.

Collagen production

Vitamin C helps synthesize collagen – the protein that binds our muscles bones, veins and arteries, which thin with age, increasing aneurysm and stroke risk. Because it’s an excellent wound healer, it also heals sun and age damaged skin.

Weight loss

People who don’t have adequate vitamin C intake aren’t able to burn fat effectively. This crucial vitamin may help you metabolize fat, as well as keep your blood sugar levels steady to prevent rollercoaster crashes and cravings.

What to expect from IV therapy

Dr. Naeem will assess your medical history to determine whether you’re a good candidate for High Dose Vitamin C infusion. On the day of your treatment, you’ll relax in a comfortable chair while he inserts the intravenous needle into your arm and gently administers your custom dose for about a half hour. You may read or use your cell phone while you wait.

All IV infusions share the risks of pain, infection, or inflammation at the injection site. You’re likely to feel the energizing effects in a few days. Dr. Naeem will determine how many follow up sessions you’ll need.

Book Your Appointment Today

The benefits of High Dose Vitamin C IV are seemingly endless. For the most direct, pain-free vital nutrient delivery without side effects call (616) 226-6966 or contact us here to make your first appointment today.