Comprised of essential multivitamins and other nutrients, this cocktail is designed to help alleviate chronic symptoms, including on-going pain, asthma and more. It includes magnesium, calcium, B-vitamin complex, and stabilized vitamin C.
Why is Myer's Cocktail IV important for health?
Vitamin C protects the immune system, reduces the severity of allergic reactions and helps to fight off infections (Chambial, Dwivedi, Shukla, John and Sharma, 2013).
Pullar, Carr and Vissers (2017) have shown that vitamin C is essential for collagen synthesis, and maintaining proper barrier function of the skin.
Pyridoxine, riboflavin and thiamine are essential cofactors energy, metabolism, healthy immune system, red blood cell production, and healthy nerve function (Kennedy, 2016).
A 2019 review of B12 deficiency concluded that B12 is essential as a cofactor in a variety of processes throughout the body. B12 is essential for energy, as it relates to the utilization of carbohydrates in their conversion to energy. B12 is also essential for proper nerve conduction, which can result in some forms of neuropathic pain, and low energy. Adequate levels of energy are important for weight loss, and easing symptoms of nerve pain related to B12 deficiency may be able to help maintain a healthy active lifestyle.
Calcium and Magnesium are crucial minerals responsible for a variety of functions in the body. Oral supplementation with calcium interferes with other dietary ions, and is often poorly absorbed. Magnesium is crucial for nerve conduction, muscle function, and brain health. Magnesium deficiency is common in the United States, and is not able to be accurately measured through routine blood tests. Magnesium is considered an intracellular ion, meaning its primarily located inside the cell, and therefore cannot be accurately surveyed through blood tests, according to some experts. Due to soil depletion, magnesium deficiency is considered to be more common than once thought. According to Tam, Gómez, González-Gross et al (2003), magnesium has a strong relation with the immune system, in both nonspecific and specific immune response, also known as innate and acquired immune response. A link between dietary magnesium and inflammation, apoptosis (also known as cell death) and changes in number and function of innate immune cell populations have been shown in animal models.
What can I expect from Myer's Cocktail IV?
Reduction in fatigue and increased related to dehydration and B-vitamin deficiency. Optimum nerve and muscle function, immune support, and reduced inflammation related to allergies, asthma and pain.