Intravenous Vitamin Injections
Digestive Tracts and Vitamins
The aim of a treatment, any treatment, is to free the body
from disease or any substances that act as a disease buffer. The default
treatment in normal circumstances is an oral non-invasive treatment. Oral
treatments are slow to reach their target organ and have certain
disadvantages that make these remedies useless for those patients who have
compromised digestive tracts. Once swallowed, oral remedies enter the
stomach and go through a complex metabolism. Several hours later; depending
the nature of the meal being digested; the remedies move along to the small
intestine. Once in the intestine the remedies cross the walls of the
intestine on its way to the liver. The liver metabolizes the remedies into a
useful nutrient that the body can utilize. Unfortunately, the remedies face
many obstacles in its journey from the mouth to the liver.
Among these obstacles is:
- weakness in the stomach’s digestive acid would reduce remedies
- weakness in the small intestine’s absorption would prevent proper
- weakness in the liver’s metabolism would reduce the availability of
remedies to the body The more obstacles in the body the lesser the
amount of remedies would reach the liver.
Intravenous treatments bypass all these obstacles and delivers remedies to
the body ready for usage.
Injectable Vitamin Treatments are advanced method that would
introduce hypo-allergic nutrients into the circulation momentarily. This
method is fast and effective that produces immediate results such as the
case of hypoglycemia shock. These remedies are composed of many of the
following groups of:
- vitamins: C, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, Folic Acid, etc,
- minerals: Calcium, Magnesium, Selenium, Molybdenum, Potassium, etc,
- enzymes: Co Q enzyme,
- amino acids: Lysine, Taurine, etc.
- botanical: Lobelia (asthma),
- immune agents: Echinacea,
- homeopathic remedies: Lymphomyosot, Galium, etc.
These remedies are mixed together to produce an isotonic
solution with an osmolarity (concentration) of 300 mOsmol similar to human’s
blood osmolarity. Some solutions are prepared and injected over three hours
and others are injected over 30 minutes into the body to enhance
detoxification and generate immediate vitality.
By administering different nutrients, based on your body’s
requirement, a solution is prepared and injected in your body to achieve the
- Helps reversing the disease process within your body into a healthy
- Helps stimulate the immune system
- Helps initiating and encouraging detox process in the liver, kidneys
and the lymphatic system,
- Reduces the stress on a physiological, biochemical and mental levels
- Individualized vitamin cocktail fulfills your health concern and
Types of Intravenous Treatments
Intravenous treatments are designed in several options and
choices depending on the need and condition’s state.
- in a compromised digestive tracts, chronic cases and in malignancies
a 500 ml. intravenous bag is used over three hours. All vitamins,
mineral and homeopathic are added to the bag
- in a lesser chronic cases a 250 ml. intravenous bag is used over two
hours. All vitamins, mineral and homeopathic are added to the bag
- in a condition with moderate severity a 100 ml. intravenous bag is
used over one hour. All vitamins, mineral and homeopathic are added to
- in a vitamin deficient condition or immune support or allergies a 30
ml. intravenous syringe is used over thirty minutes. All vitamins,
mineral and homeopathic are added to the syringe
The benefits of injectable
vitamins versus regular oral vitamins
- Intravenous treatments provide faster delivery of nutrients to the
cells-literally within seconds.
- Intravenous treatments increase bio-availability of the injected
vitamins, 10-20 folds.
- For example, if you orally ingest 1 mg of Vitamin B12, this molecule
first has to go through your stomach (where it needs to be broken down),
small intestine (where it needs to get absorbed), liver (where it needs
to get metabolized) and finally it gets delivered to the cells. At the
end of this journey, there is only a minimal amount of vitamin B12 that
gets delivered to the cells.
- On the other hand, the entire amount of the same 1 mg of vitamin B12
will reach the target cells when injected into the body. The injection
will swiftly bypass all those organs. The cocktails used are usually
highly concentrated solutions of vitamins, minerals and other remedies
and therefore your cells are forced to absorb 100% of them and
therefore, optimal function and energy production is achieved.
- Ability to take in a lot more vitamins than what our bodies would
otherwise be able to handle orally.
- For example: Sensitive patients may develop loose stools after
taking 4 to 5 g of vitamin C. When using injectable vitamin therapies we
can easily and safely use up to 15 g of Vitamin C with absolutely no
side effects at all.
If you orally ingest 1 mg of Vitamin B12, this molecule first has to go
through your stomach (where it needs to be broken down), small intestine
(where it needs to get absorbed), liver (where it needs to get
metabolized) and finally it gets delivered to the cells.
The need for these vitamins
- Unfortunately, available food in our society does not provide us
with the necessary nutrients required for optimal health. Foods are
either highly processed, refined, and/or packaged. In addition to
pesticides spray, our vegetables and fruits grow in vitamin and mineral
- Vitamin deficiency and toxins are the reason for the higher
incidence of different diseases in our society and an early incident of
disease at a younger age.
Benefits of IV Therapies
Everyone can benefit from injectable treatments. Especially
those patients suffering from chronic digestive problems (celiac disease,
crohn’s disease, liver congestion/failure, pancreatitis, diverticulitis),
etc. All these symptoms indicate a compromised absorption of the digestive
system where an alternate injection is indicated instead of oral treatment.
These patients will have long term vitamin deficiencies. Other patients who
will definitely benefit from these treatments are those who experience the
following symptoms, such as regular bloating, indigestion, heartburn,
reflux, stomach cramps, bad breath, yeast overgrowth, etc.
Side effects of intravenous treatments
While intravenous treatment delivers a fast solution of
vitamins and minerals into the circulation, it is still an invasive
procedure that may cause infection or bleeding. This problem is resolved by
taking extra care while administering the procedure. Further, intravenous
treatment is much more expensive than mere oral remedies.
During the course of intravenous treatment some other
complication may take place. These are not a life threatening condition but
sometimes are inevitable. It must be noted that a treatment without some
complications is not a real treatment. I use these treatments on myself and
my family and sometimes encounter some complications. These complications
never stop me from continuing these valuable treatments. Both of my children
had fainted at needle insertion. It was a little inconvenient to me, but I
continued the treatment and they gained consciousness and continued to watch
our monthly movie which we watch during intravenous treatments.
The cocktails used are usually highly concentrated solutions of
vitamins, minerals and other remedies and therefore your cells are
forced to absorb 100% of them and therefore, optimal function and energy
production is achieved.
Complication during intravenous treatments
The governing body of intravenous therapy regulates that, it
is mandatory to have every patient receiving intravenous treatment to be
aware of the following complications. Over the past 20 years, I have
performed thousands of intravenous treatments. I am proud to state that I
only have encountered less than 10 non-serious complications. These
complications are part and parcel of intravenous treatments which occurs on
daily basis in every hospital all over the globe. These complications are as
- Septicemia is a general systemic infection in the body due to
bacteria. Once recognized it could be treated with an anti bacterial
treatment which will resolve the condition.
- Allergic reaction is hypersensitivity to the some of the elements
in the intravenous solution. The allergic reaction manifests itself in itch,
rash, tachypnea, SOB or tachycardia. This reaction should appear within few
minutes from starting the treatment. The treatment should stop immediately
at any time the patient presents any symptoms. Sometimes, it appears several
hours after the treatment. In this case the patient should go to the
emergency department in the nearest hospital.
- Venous spasm is a condition that happens just before, during and
after inserting the needle in the vein. Unfortunately, it is a psychogenic
and may be related to patient’s fear from needles. I have encountered many
cases of venous spasm which is sometimes inevitable.
- Phlebitis is an inflammation of the intima of the a vein due to
mechanical, chemical injuries or bacterial infection. This is not a serious
condition and resolves itself shortly after the treatment.
- Thrombosis is a clot formed on the inner wall of a vein by
platelet aggregation at the site of trauma to the endothelial cells of the
vein. Platelet aggregation is inevitable after every time the vein is
punctured by a needle or exposed to trauma. The body’s own mechanism will
dissolve this clot once the puncture is healed.
- Infiltration is seepage of intravenous fluid into the tissue
surrounding the site of injection. This is more of inconvenience than being
a serious case. The infiltrate will dissipate within hours and will be
reabsorbed back into the circulation by the aid of the lymphatic system.
This is a mechanical problem where the needle may re-puncture the vein and
drip outside the vein in the interstitial tissue. It happens when the
patient accidentally folds his/her elbow.
- Ecchymosis or Hemotoma is a localized blood that seeped and
became trapped into the interstitial tissue. This trapped blood will be
diffused back into the circulation by the aid of the lymphatic system. It
will disappear within an hour or two. Unfortunately, it will leave a dark
bluish bruise for several days in the injection site.
- Extravasations are an infiltration of medication into the tissue
surrounding the site of injection. Similar to infiltration, but this case is
more of inconvenience than being a serious case. The medication will
dissipate within hours and will be reabsorbed back into the circulation by
the aid of the lymphatic system. This is a mechanical problem where the
needle may re-puncture the vein and drip outside the vein in the
interstitial tissue. It happens when the patient accidentally folds his/her
- Vaso-vagal incident is an onset that develops from anxiety,
fright, fear, pain, or trauma. Most of vaso-vagal cases happen due to fear
of needles and injections. The patient may faint for a few seconds after
inserting the needle. It had happened several times to two of my children at
the start of intravenous treatments. It also happened to two of my patients.
In all cases it took few minutes and the treatment went on as scheduled. It
is not a serious condition.
- Catheter Emboli is an over the needle system that has a part of
the cannula nicked and sheared off at the injection site. While this is a
defect in manufactory, it could be avoided by careful inspections of the
needle before insertion and after removal from the injection site.
- Air Emboli is an introduction of bolus of air, 50-80 mls, into
the circulation. Once recognized, the patient is placed in a left decubitus
position to let the air out through the lungs. I can proudly say that I have
done at least 10,000 intravenous treatments without any air emboli
- Speed Shock is a rapid introduction of medication into the body.
I am sorry to mention that, in order to be at the airport at a specific
time, one of my overseas patients tampered with the roller clamp that
controls the flow of the intravenous treatment to increase the speed of
drops and intravenous infusion. The patient caught her flight but after an
- Circulatory overload is an excess fluid in the patient’s
circulation. The volume of solution introduced must be carefully calculated
to avoid any overload.
- Infection at the insertion site is an infection due to improper
sterilization and cleaning of the site. It also could be due to
contamination of the needle or cannula.
Intravenous treatments are the best therapeutic method to
provide the body with a bolus of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs and
homeopathic to help an unwell patient out of a health concern or several
health concerns. I offer this treatment to most of my patients as well as
myself and my family. Obviously common sense and diligent safety practices
assure minimal risk of injury.