Vitamin Shots & IVNT
Vitamin Shots and Intravenous Nutrient Therapy are fast and reliable alternatives to oral supplements, delivering essential Vitamins and nutrients to the body. These injections bypass the digestive system and deliver vitamins directly into the bloodstream for quick absorption and utilization by the body.
Water-soluble vitamins are vitamins that dissolve in water and are not stored in the body to any significant extent. These include vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12, and vitamin C.
When water-soluble vitamins are consumed in excess of the body's needs, they are excreted in the urine. This means that these vitamins cannot be stored in large amounts in the body and need to be consumed regularly to maintain optimal levels.
What Is IVNT?
IVNT stands for Intravenous Nutrient Therapy, which is a procedure that delivers essential vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients directly into the bloodstream through an intravenous (IV) line. This method bypasses the digestive system, allowing for maximum absorption of a tailored blend of vitamins resulting in a quick delivery of nutrients and hydration to the body.
IVNT is used to address nutritional deficiencies, particularly those whose diets may be lacking essential nutrients such as vegan and vegetarian diets, enhance overall wellness, and support specific health needs. It can provide a higher concentration of nutrients than oral supplements, making it beneficial for individuals with digestive issues or those who have difficulty absorbing nutrients orally.
Similarly to IVNT, The purpose of vitamin injections is to rapidly increase vitamin levels in the body to help restore balance and support various bodily functions. They can be beneficial for individuals who have difficulty absorbing vitamins orally, have specific health conditions or deficiencies, or require a more immediate and direct approach to vitamin supplementation.
Vitamin injections deliver single vitamins into the muscles (intramuscularly) either into the upper part of the arm (deltoid muscle) or into the upper quadrant of the bum muscle (gluteal muscle).