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Our Ingredients:

We only use USP Verified Nutrients. This means they not only are the exact same nutrient found in whole foods, but they are in their purest form.

B Complex (Energy + Health Boost): A combination of B vitamins (B1-5) that support cellular energy production, brain health, and stress management.

B5 (Stress management + Hormone Synthesis + Skin health):  Essential for the synthesis of coenzyme A, vital for fatty acid synthesis and metabolism.


B6 (Mood regulation + Brain health): Involved in amino acid metabolism, red blood cell production, and the creation of neurotransmitters.


B12 (Energy + Endurance)Crucial for nerve function, red blood cell formation, energy production, and DNA synthesis.


Calcium (Bone strength + Heart Health): Essential for bone health, muscle function, nerve signaling, and heart health.


Glutathione: Known as the body's 'master antioxidant', detoxifies the liver, supports immune function, and combats oxidative stress.


Magnesium: Vital for muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation.


Manganese: (Antioxidant support + Bone formation)  Essential nutrient that supports bone formation, blood clotting, and is a key component of enzymes responsible for energy production and antioxidant defenses, aids in metabolism of amino acids, cholesterol, glucose, and carbohydrates. Responsible for normal brain and nerve function. 


MIC B12: A combination of MIC (methionine, inositol, choline) and Vitamin B12, supporting liver health and fat metabolism, while also boosting energy and promoting red blood cell formation.


NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) (Immune system support + Liver protection + Detoxification + Depression support): Precursor to glutathione, supports detoxification, and may improve psychiatric disorders and addictive behaviors.


NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide): Essential for energy metabolism, DNA repair, and cellular signaling; may also slow aging.


Niacin (Vitamin B3): Supports digestive system health, skin health, and nerve function; also lowers cholesterol levels.


Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): Important for energy production, cellular function, and the metabolism of fats, drugs, and steroids.


Selenium: (Immune support, thyroid function) Protects against oxidative damage and infections, supports thyroid function and immune health.


Thiamine (Vitamin B1) (Enhance physical performance + energy + Heart health): Plays a critical role in energy metabolism and nerve cell function.


Vitamin C: (Immune support + Stress reduction + Inflammation reduction + Skin health). Enhances immune function, promotes collagen production for skin, bone, and joint health, assists in iron absorption, and functions as a potent antioxidant.

Vitamin D: Is involved in over 300 enzymatic processes in the body, influencing not only bone health and immune functions but also cellular growth, mood regulation, hormone balance, and the reduction of inflammation, showcasing its extensive influence on maintaining overall health and wellbeing. 


Zinc: (Immune support + wound healing) Boosts immune health, supports wound healing, and plays a role in taste and smell.

Amino Acids: 

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, essential for countless bodily functions. They play a pivotal role in the repair and growth of tissues, including muscles, skin, and hair, as well as in the production of enzymes and neurotransmitters that influence mood, cognitive function, and overall well-being. Although we offer special order Amino Acids via the iV route, it is important to note that daily consumption of essential Amino Acids are imperative to optimal health.


There are 20 standard amino acids that are pivotal for human health. These amino acids are classified into two groups: 


 1. Essential Amino Acids (EAAs): There are nine essential amino acids that the human body cannot synthesize on its own. Therefore, they must be obtained through diet.

These include:

  • Histidine

  • Isoleucine

  • Leucine

  • Lysine

  • Methionine

  • Phenylalanine

  • Threonine

  • Tryptophan

  • Valine


2. Non-Essential Amino Acids: These are amino acids that the body can synthesize, so they do not need to be obtained through diet. However, under certain conditions or during illness, the body's capacity to synthesize these amino acids might be compromised, making them conditionally essential. The non-essential amino acids are:

  • Alanine

  • Arginine*

  • Asparagine

  • Aspartic acid

  • Cysteine*

  • Glutamic acid 

  • Glutamine* 

  • Glycine* 

  • Proline

  • Serine

  • Tyrosine*


*Note: Amino acids like arginine, cysteine, glutamine, glycine, and tyrosine can become conditionally essential in certain situations, such as in periods of illness or stress when the body might require more of these amino acids than it can produce. Together, these 20 amino acids form a vast array of proteins that carry out a multitude of bodily functions, from building and repairing tissues to acting as enzymes and hormones.

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