Complete vitamins and minerals blend
Complete Wellness

Complete Wellness





Myers’ Cocktail blend offers complete vitamins and minerals, which is designed to help alleviate pain, asthma, other chronic symptoms while improve immune response, restore nutrients balance, promote health brain, muscles, nerves and cellular functions.

Thiamine (B1) | Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2) | Niacinamide (B3) | Dexpanthenol (B5) | Pyridoxine HCL (B6) | Hydroxocobalamin (B12) | Calcium Gluconate | Magnesium CL | Ascorbic acid (C)

Biotin (5mg) 

Glutathione (1000mg) 

Zinc (5mg)

30-45 minutes

Recommended regiment is once a week for 10 weeks.

$349 Single Treatment | On Demand


The Myers’ Cocktail, a nutritional concoction created by Baltimore, Maryland, doctor John Myers, continues to be among the most well-liked treatments with a variety of health advantages.

This drip’s proposed component combination is merely an example of what you may have. To safeguard, foster, and recover your health, we offer a huge inventory of over 100 amino acids, minerals, vitamins, electrolytes, analgesics, painkillers, and anti-sickness medications. 

Every drip we provide is customized, and a doctor will prescribe it after reviewing your medical record, allergies, and needs during a comprehensive medical consultation.

Vitamin C, Vitamin B-Complex, and B12 vitamins are immediately infused in a liter of normal saline. other minerals included in the saline includes magnesium, calcium, and some trace minerals

Vitamin C promotes collagen formation, prevents oxidation, and enhances the immune system. B-Vitamins, such as B12, vitamin B3, Niacin, and Dexpanthenol that is, B5, have a variety of functions, including boosting the creation of energy, feeding neurons, and promoting blood cell health.

Magnesium, an essential mineral, helps to lower inflammation while soothing anxiety and encouraging deeper sleep. The thickness of bones can be increased using calcium. The electrolytes that tissues and muscles require to stay hydrated and to support nerve health are provided by trace minerals.

Benefits of Myers’ cocktail

  • Reduce fatigue
  • Boosts immunity
  • Fights seasonal allergies
  • Promote mental health
  • For healthy brain function
  • Management of asthma
  • Better sleep.

Ingredients Of Myers’ Cocktail Iv Therapy

Vitamin B-complex

This includes Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2), Niacinamide (B3), Dexpanthenol (B5), and Pyridoxine HCL (B6), and vitamin B12

Vitamin B complex supplement has been scientifically demonstrated to improve anxiety, mental well-being, strength, and cognitive ability. These B vitamins are necessary for your body to break into nutrients and metabolize your food to produce the energy it requires to function and thrive.

Deficiency can express itself in a variety of ways, so keep an eye out for lack of energy, poor focus, anxiety, and depression.

Thiamine (B1)

The first B vitamin that scientists discovered is crucial for all tissues to function properly. Its primary function is to act as a coenzyme in important biochemical reactions. The body needs thiamine to make adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to transport energy within the cells. B1 is also called an “anti-stress” vitamin because it may help strengthen the immune system. Deficiency of thiamine can affect the function of the nervous system, heart and the brain.

Riboflavin-5’-Phosphate (B2)

Riboflavin help producing energy to the body and works as an antioxidant to help fight free radicals in our body. Free radicals can damage cell functions and DNA and accelerate the aging process. Deficiency in riboflavin can cause heart disease and cancer as well as showing symptoms of fatigue, slowed growth, digestive issues, cracks and sores, swelling of the tongue and throat.

Niacinamide (B3)

Niacinamide or Niacin for short may help lower cholesterol, ease arthritis, and boost brain function, among other benefits. Another essential function of Niacin is to make sex and stress-related hormones. Niacin can also help improve circulations and lower inflammation. If you have B3 deficiency, then you might encounter issues with indigestion, fatigue, mouth sores, vomiting, poor circulation and even depression.

Dexpanthenol (B5)

Vitamine B5 is called Dexpanthenol or pantothenic acid is critical to the manufacture of red blood cells and as well as sex and stress-related hormones. B5 is also important in helping the body maintaining a healthy digestive tract and synthesize cholesterol. Vitamin B5 deficiency is not common but can cause symptoms fatigue, insomnia, depression, irritability, vomiting, stomach pains, burning feet, and upper respiratory infections. B5 helps lower bad LDL cholesterol and raise good HDL cholesterol. It also helps moisturizing the skin and help with wound healing.


Pyridoxine HCL (B6)

Vitamin B6 plays a role in over 100 different enzyme reactions. One of its main functions is to assist the body metabolize proteins, fats, and carbohydrates for energy. It also helps the body to make antibodies to fight viruses, infections and diseases. It helps us maintain a normal nerve function as well as keeping the blood sugar in balance. Last but not least, B6 makes hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in the red blood cells.

Cobalamin skeletal

Hydroxocobalamin (B12)

Weight reduction has been associated with vitamin B12, which can assist in boosting weight loss. It comprises a water-soluble vitamin that comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. It also contains cobalt, a mineral that reacts with vitamin B12 in the body to form cobalamin. This comprises methyl cobalamin deoxy adenosyl cobalamin, a substance that the human metabolism actively requires.

Additionally, it aids vitamin B12's ability to turn food into glucose. The body uses glucose, a form of sugar, as fuel for daily tasks. To function correctly, one must consume this important carbohydrate at the proper levels. Your body isn't adequately breaking down the glucose you consume if you have a vitamin B12 deficit. Consequently, your body cannot obtain enough energy from the food you eat. The body tries to store extra fat as a reserve for energy as a result of this poor metabolism, which might result in weight gain.


Magnesium chloride

The nerves, tissue cells, muscles, skeletal system, and heart all depend on the chemical compound magnesium chloride, also known as magnesium. The chemical magnesium chloride has several health benefits, including lowering the risk of headaches and migraines enhancing relaxation, and boosting resilience to infections. It has been successfully used as an injectable anti-inflammatory therapy.

Ascorbic acid

Ascorbic acid, commonly referred to as vitamin C, is an essential antioxidant and organically produced vitamin. While consuming foods rich in vitamin C can be beneficial, the gut restricts the amount of vitamin C that can be absorbed from food to 1000–2000 mg daily.

However, certain individuals may benefit from vitamin C supplementation at levels as substantial as 100 grams when administered intravenously. Higher dosages of ascorbic acid have been demonstrated to enhance immunity, lower systemic inflammation, increase skin health, encourage the formation of collagen, increase general wellness, and can be used as a prophylaxis for chronic illnesses.

Calcium gluconate

As an essential cofactor for more than six hundred enzymes, this important mineral is crucial to numerous bodily systems. One of the most widespread nutrient deficiencies, it can cause cramping in the muscles, hypertension (high blood pressure), and decreased insulin sensitivity. It is vital for controlling vitamin D levels. Calcium also has anti-inflammatory properties that help to lessen pain and swelling.