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I am looking into IV therapy to increase my vitamin C, glutathione, and B12 levels.  There is a place in Tampa that does it for about 120 bucks a session.  Does anyone have any experience with this?

Which nutrients are optimal for HSV?

How often should it be done?

 

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Have you tried using high quality supplements first?  I'm sure IV vitamins would be superior to oral supplements but it will be cheaper (especially long term) if you use oral supplements.

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To take certain compounds IV seems a bit much, especially since this is a chronic viral infection.

Have you thought of going to a Chinese medicine herbalist?   Acupuncturists are very plentiful but to find a practitioner who makes custom formulas is extremely valuable and worth the investment.   If you're in Florida or Georgia, there are sooo many skilled practitioners to chose from.   But finding one that has at least 10 years of herbal med experience AND that makes custom formulas from granules (way more convenient for the long haul).  

Don't screw around with the practitioners who just prescribe the premade/"patent" formulas.  The custom formula will far exceed your expectations of what an IV of a few components could do and will serve you best for the long haul.

A practitioner would cost ~$75-120 for initial intake and 60-75 for follow-ups.  Custom formulas would cost ~$20-40 and last for a month.

some practitioners in Florida are certified to give therapeutic injections, such as B12 shots.  So if you found the right practitioner then it'd be your one-shop stop for everything. ..If everything is what they thought you needed.

Look and call around. Make sure they've been practicing for at least 10 years and make custom formulas from granules.

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On 6/8/2016 at 12:36 PM, jjguy79 said:

I am looking into IV therapy to increase my vitamin C, glutathione, and B12 levels.  There is a place in Tampa that does it for about 120 bucks a session.  Does anyone have any experience with this?

Which nutrients are optimal for HSV?

How often should it be done?

 

Wondering if you did this? If you did, how was it?

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