The “Get Well Infusion” includes Vitamin C that supports and energizes all of the immune system’s cells, enabling them to detect, track, and kill invading organisms, decreasing vulnerability to dangerous infections. Vitamin C can reduce the duration and severity of the common cold, and also make catching a cold less likely in the first place. Glutathione is the most important molecule you need to stay healthy and prevent disease. It is the master of all antioxidants, not only slowing oxidative stress, it recharges itself, as well as other antioxidants. Glutathione also detoxifies the liver by binding to toxins before they’re excreted and assisting in their removal from the body.
VITAMIN C IS AN ESSENTIAL NUTRIENT IN OUR DIET. IT HAS MANY IMPORTANT ROLES IN OUR BODY’S IMMUNE FUNCTION, INCLUDING:
- Wound healing
- Preventing damage to cells
- Building collagen
- Roducing chemical messengers called neurotransmitters
VITAMIN C CAN BE FOUND IN HEALTHY FOODS ESPECIALLY:
- Citrus fruits and juice
- Red and green peppers
- Brussels sprouts
YOU CAN ALSO GET VITAMIN C FROM DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS. VITAMIN C SUPPLEMENTS ARE AVAILABLE IN MANY FORMS:
- Oral tablets
- Chewable tablets
- Extended-release tablets
- extended-release capsules
Vitamin C is also available by prescription as an injection. The injectable vitamin C can be given into a vein (intravenously), into a muscle (intramuscularly), or under the skin (subcutaneously).
Some people receive vitamin C injections for general health or to boost immune function and for convenience. The injection means they don’t have to remember to take a supplement pill each day.
It’s true that vitamin C has an important function in the body, but it’s controversial whether taking additional vitamin C — orally or by injection — offers any advantage for people who consume adequate vitamin C in their diet.
The research is inconclusive regarding whether vitamin C reduces the chance of developing cancer, prevents heart disease, prevents eye disease such as macular degeneration, or prevents the cold as well. Contact the Regenics team to learn more about the Get Well IV Infusion today.