VITAMIN C - VITAMIN B12

Course of 4 £150

 
 

vitamin c

What are the benefits?

 

  • Building collagen

  • Improves the look and quality of the skin.

  • Increased energy.

  • Boosts the immune system.

  • Reduces fatigue.

  • Promotes wound healing

  • Preventing damage to cells

  • Producing chemical messengers called neurotransmitters

  • Absorbed better than oral supplements.

  • More gentle on sensitive stomachs.

Vitamin C Injections deliver pure vitamin C directly into the bloodstream via intramuscular (IM) injection. Regular Vitamin C Injections can enhance physical wellbeing and prevent the onset of illness. This is because vitamin C is a natural antioxidant that improves the condition of the skin and protects the body against the effects of harmful agents. These exist both internally and externally and can negatively affect metabolic processes, leading to tiredness and fatigue.

Vitamin C injections are sometimes used off-label for other conditions, including:

  • cancer

  • general health

  • immune function

  • weight loss

Vitamin C is highly absorbed when delivered intramuscular, in comparison to the 15% the body receives when taken orally.

Since this injection has a very low toxicity level, there is no risk of damaging vital organs, as long as the correct dose is administered. Since IM supplements directly enter the bloodstream, not only are they absorbed better, they are more suitable for individuals with sensitive stomachs. They are also excreted easily, whereas oral supplements can irritate the stomach lining.

vitamin b12

What are the benefits?

  • Increases energy levels and concentration. 

  • Improves metabolism and helps with weight loss. 

  • Boosts the immune system. 

  • Helps improve sleep patterns.

  • Helps stop certain types of hair loss.

Vitamin B12 Injections deliver 500x potency directly into the bloodstream via intramuscular (IM) injection.

B12, also known as cobalamin, is an essential vitamin that your body needs but cannot produce, it has many roles in your body. It supports the normal function of your nerve cells and is needed for red blood cell formation and DNA synthesis.

Those who have immunodeficiency  and those who have a meat free diet will be lacking B12 and are therefor good candidates.

Those at risk of vitamin B12 deficiency include:

  • Older adults

  • People with gastrointestinal disorders, such as Crohn’s disease or celiac disease

  • Those who have had gastrointestinal surgeries, such as bariatric surgery or bowel resection surgery

  • People on a strict vegan diet

  • Those who take metformin for blood sugar control

  • Those taking proton pump inhibitors for chronic heartburn