About IV Therapies at Natural Medicine & Detox

We Offer Several Intravenous (IV) Therapies…

Not everyone needs intravenous (IV) therapies, but for some, they can be life-saving therapies and what is required to get well. If there is an infection or a lot of inflammation in the body,  ultraviolet blood irradiation (UBI) with ozone therapy might be recommended. Chelation therapy might be recommended if someone has an abnormal heartbeat (arrhythmia), brain damage and memory loss, chronic fatigue syndrome, or fibromyalgia. Hydrogen peroxide might be suggested if a person was diagnosed with Candida or mold infection. If a person is dehydrated and lacking energy due to nutritional deficiency then a Myers Cocktail might be advised. For better brain function, NAD might be suggested. Most IVs will require you to see one of the doctors here at Natural Medicine And Detox.  

Myers Cocktail Therapy

The Myers Cocktail is probably the most sought-after nutritional IV. 

Ozone UBI Therapy

Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation heightens the body’s immune response, improves blood flow and circulation, and has both anti-infection & anti-inflammatory effects.  

Chelation Therapy

Chelation with its claw-like mechanism can grasp toxic metals like lead, cadmium, mercury, and arsenic, and excrete them through the kidneys, biliary and intestinal tract. Here are some common heavy metal toxicity problems.

Ozone IV Therapies

Ozone is a highly reactive form of oxygen that is composed of 3 oxygen atoms. Ozone therapy can be used to treat disease by inactivating bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast, and protozoa.  

NAD Therapy

Brain fog and poor memory function are probably the most popular reasons for seeking NAD therapy.

Hydrogen Peroxide IV Treatments

Just a tiny dose of peroxide, maybe half a teaspoon in a bag of IV fluids can be excellent in helping our body get rid of microbes, and issues that are sensitive to hydrogen peroxide.  

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