Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is an essential water-soluble nutrient involved in controlling infections, repairing tissue, forming collagen, producing certain neurotransmitters and neutralising harmful free radicals.
Adequate supply of Vitamin C is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all tissues, the defence against disease, absorption of iron and even the maintenance of bones and teeth. Studies also show that vitamin C may lower blood pressure.
While Vitamin C is a naturally occurring vitamin especially in citrus fruit, your doctor will recommend supplementing with Vitamin C to improve your intake to desired levels, if your specific needs require it.
Studies show that IV supply of nutrients allows for higher absorption than orally taken supplements. Other factors are also considered by your doctor to determine whether it is the most beneficial method.
Intravenous (IV) Nutrient and Vitamin Therapy involves the administration of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, directly into the bloodstream in the form of a drip. The IV method bypasses the digestive system, allowing delivery of greater quantities of nutrients and promoting maximum absorption. IV intravenous therapy is used to support your body immunity and is especially useful if you have …