A cocktail, but an IV beverage that is filled-to-the-gills with essential vitamins the body needs in order to work optimally.
What is a Myer’s Cocktail?
The Myer’s Cocktail iv is exactly that:
A cocktail, but an IV beverage that is filled-to-the-gills with essential vitamins the body needs in order to work optimally. In the hospital setting, this treatment is dubbed a ‘banana bag,” as it emits a bright yellow color.
The yellow color is directly indicative of the B-complex vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6). And that’s not all. Here is the complete list of Myer’s Cocktail ingredients. Rev(IV)al Hydration’s Myer’s Cocktail beverage boasts a shot of Calcium Gluconate, Magnesium Chloride, Zinc Chloride, Methylcobalamin (B-12 for energy), a healthy dose of Ascorbic Acid (vitamin C), all mixed or stirred together with a garnish of electrolytes and hydration.
What are the Myer’s Cocktail benefits?
Since its creation by John Myer’s decades ago, Myer’s Cocktail treatments have been widely used to treat an array of different conditions. The Myer’s Cocktail infusion has and is typically used for alleviating allergies, asthma, migraines, cardiovascular disease, Fibromyalgia, auto-immune diseases, chronic fatigue, and much more.
How long does a Myer’s Cocktail iv take and how often should I get one?
The Myer’s Cocktail drip typically takes anywhere from 25-35 minutes, depending on the health of the customer, the vein and needle size, and other factors. Depending on the overall health of our clients, we generally recommend getting a Myer’s Cocktail infusion once a week at a minimum. To notice a long-lasting effect, notice an abundant source of energy, improved well-being, and focus, we recommend that our clients get packages of at least three Myer’s Cocktail drips. To be fair, one treatment is not life-changing.
What are the side effects of a Myer’s Cocktail IV?
Albeit very rare do customers experience side effects from a Myer’s Cocktail infusion, typically people experience short-term nausea or phlebitis. Phlebitis is a temporary inflammation of the area where the IV was inserted. The swelling will dissipate within a few days. Applying heat and the cold press will expedite this process.