Amino Acids

Arginine- Your body uses ornithine to synthesize arginine, then arginine is used to produce nitric oxide. Nitric oxide regulates smooth muscle contraction, which allows it to relax the muscles in blood vessels. Promotes vasodilation and increases blood flow.  L-arginine has been shown to help people with heart disease or blocked arteries because of its vessel-widening abilities.  The same effect on blood vessels helps improve symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED).

Carnitine- Building block for proteins, helps body burn fat as fuel. Improves fat metabolism and energy, reduces recovery times and promotes muscle building potential.

Citrulline- Converted to Arginine in the kidneys. Longer lasting effect than just Arginine alone.  Promotes vasodilation, blood flow, and improves the immune system.

Lysine- Important in the creation of carnitine, which converts fatty acids into energy and also lowers cholesterol levels. L-lysine also seems to play a role in absorbing calcium and helps the body form collagen, which aids in the growth and maintenance of bones and connective tissue.

Ornithine- Combined with Arginine, it improves the overall regeneration capability of the body and leads to a noticeable increase in vitality.
 
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B-Complex
 
B complex vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that perform a range of vital functions including cardiovascular support, helping the body convert food into energy, immune function, and more.  In addition to these, B complex vitamins are most notable for their role in promoting healthy skin, hair, and nails. They reduce free radicals in the body that contribute to aging, resulting in an overall healthier and younger appearance.  B Complex Vitamins include:
B1 (thiamine)- Improves immune system, helps convert fat and carbohydrates into energy.
B2 (riboflavin)- Increases metabolism, supports immune system.
B3 (niacin)- Improves skin and boosts brain function.
B5 (pantothenic acid)
B6 (pyridoxine)- Promotes red blood cell production and converts food to energy.
 
Biotin (Vitamin B7)

Vitamin B7, also known as biotin, is part of the B-vitamin complex and is associated with improving the strength, appearance, and overall health of the skin, hair, and nails.  Biotin is a common addition to beauty supplements.  It plays a role in converting food into energy by helping to metabolize carbohydrates and fats.  Biotin also helps maintain the nervous system and promotes healthy psychological function.  While rare, biotin deficiency is often marked by hair loss, a decrease in mental cognition, dermatitis, depression, decreased muscle tone, and decreased muscle coordination.
 
Vitamin B12 (Hydroxycobalamin)
Vitamin B12 maintains optimal neurological functions. Though there are several types of B12, the B12 used in our infusions is the most bioavailable of all.  Because of how important Vitamin B12 is to the nervous system, a lack of it can lead to memory loss, poor balance, fatigue, and neuropathies (numbness, tingling, electric shock-like pain).  Some individuals have increased difficulty absorbing B12. This can be a result of an underlying medical condition and is also common after the age of 50.
 
Vitamin C
 
 Vitamin C promotes the biosynthesis of collagen, which is a fundamental part of connective tissues.  In this capacity, Vitamin C reduces stretch marks and is an essential component of healing wounds.  Vitamin C is an antioxidant that also helps regenerate other antioxidants within the body.  This vitamin reduces the damaging effects of free radicals, which are unstable molecules that contribute to tissue damage and aging.
 
Calcium
Calcium is a mineral that is necessary for life.  In addition to building bones and keeping them healthy, calcium enables our blood to clot, our muscles to contract, and our heart to beat.  About 99% of the calcium in our bodies is in our bones and teeth.
Choline
Choline Healthy nerve cells, cuts muscle recovery time, helps convert fat to energy.
 
Essential Minerals
Minerals are those elements on the earth and in foods that our bodies need to develop and function normally. Those minerals include:
 
Copper: An essential trace mineral which plays a role in making red blood cells, and maintaining nerve cells and the immune system. It also helps the body form collagen and absorb iron, plays a role in energy production.
Manganese: A trace mineral. It's required for the normal function of your brain, nervous system and metabolism of carbohydrates and fats. A deficiency can lead to low fertility.
Selenium- is a mineral that the body needs to stay healthy. It is important for reproduction, thyroid function, and DNA production. It also helps protect the body from damage caused by free radicals (unstable atoms or molecules that can damage cells) and infections. 
 
 
Glutamine
Glutamine plays key roles in protein metabolism, cell volumizing, and anti-catabolism. Glutamine also increases your ability to secrete Human growth hormone (HGH), which helps metabolize body fat and support new muscle growth. Glutamine's anti-catabolism ability prevents the breakdown of your muscles.
 
Glutathione
Glutathione is an antioxidant that plays a crucial role in preventing cellular damage.  This antioxidant binds with toxins in the body and facilitates their removal from the body.  Glutathione is involved in many metabolic processes and biochemical reactions, as well as DNA repair.  As people develop chronic illnesses, Glutathione levels decrease.  Maintaining adequate Glutathione levels is not only critical for wellness but also aids in the recovery process.  It is known as the anti-aging supplement.  Because glutathione is not well absorbed by the body when taken by mouth, it is ideal to be administered in IV solutions. 
Inositol

Inositol converts food to energy
 
 
Magnesium
Magnesium is a mineral involved in various functions of the body. Magnesium helps regulate blood pressure, regulates the heartbeat, maintains nerve and muscle function, and is important for regular bowel movements.  A lack of magnesium can lead to insomnia, irritability, constipation, and muscle cramps.  A sufficient amount of magnesium is important in maintaining healthy Vitamin D levels.
Methionine
Methionine helps break down sugars & carbohydrates and convert to energy.
 
 
NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide)
 
NAD is a coenzyme that is associated with the metabolism and maintains regular levels of energy.  NAD promotes anti-aging.   Supplementation can improve a wide variety of changes in the body, including restoring muscle function, athletic performance, improving brain regeneration, restoring energy levels, improving depression, and improves mental clarity. NAD improves mood by increasing the levels of serotonin in the body.
Zinc
An essential mineral that contributes to immune defense by its role in the development and function of many immune processes. Supplementing with this mineral may help combat infections and aid wound healing.
 
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