The Myers’ Cocktail is named after the late Dr. John Myers who developed an intravenous nutrient treatment to alleviate numerous medical conditions including depression, asthma, migraines, fatigue, fibromyalgia, muscle spasm, upper respiratory tract infections, allergies, cardiovascular disease, and other disorders. The Myers’ Cocktail contains magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C. While you have probably heard of these nutrients before, you may not be familiar with just how important they are to your body.
Featured Myers Cocktail Ingredients
Here’s a look at some of the nutrients inside this popular wellness infusion:
Calcium is an essential ingredient for strong bones and healthy skin. It is especially important for women to get enough calcium on a regular basis since they are more prone to osteoporosis than men.
Magnesium is a mineral that is involved in more than 300 different biochemical reactions. Magnesium and the B vitamins are necessary in controlling digestion, absorption, and the utilization of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. A deficiency in these necessary nutrients can lead to hypoglycemia, anxiety, and obesity. Magnesium deficiencies are common in many people, particularly among women and people who are dieting.
B Vitamins are eight distinctively different vitamins that your body needs to perform a wide array of important functions. They are essential for turning food into energy and in making the neurotransmitters in your brain that are responsible for your mood. Mood imbalances, digestion problems, and exhaustion can result from B vitamin deficiencies.
Vitamin C, as many people know, plays a key role in protecting the human body against infections and disease including the common cold, cardiovascular disease, cancer, stroke, and eye disease. It is also essential in synthesizing collagen in the skin and as an antioxidant.
The therapeutic use of the Myers’ Cocktail is well documented, especially its effective treatment of headaches, fatigue, mood disorders, and circulatory issues. If you are interested in this treatment or have questions, we hope you’ll reach out to us for more information.