Pyridoxine (B6), Methionine, Inositol, Choline, L-Carnitine, Cyano (B12), Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin (B2)

Why does everyone love the Lipotropic  or “MICC” weight loss IV and injection? Lipotropic compounds like Methionine help catalyze the breakdown of fat during metabolism by removing trapped fats from the liver and therefore allowing the body to burn fat. Methionine also acts as an antioxidant and relieves fatigue. Inositol is a lipotropic but specifically has the added benefit of relieving depression and stress by regulating insulin and hormone levels. Cyano B12 helps maintain healthy nerve cells, creates building blocks with RNA and DNA production, boosts energy, and as a lipotropic breaks down carbs, fats and proteins. Choline speeds metabolism and helps burn fat. Every ingredient on this list is a lipotropic and helps remove toxins from the liver, helps the heart to function better which improves blood flow, increases energy levels and improves mood! What’s not to love?

How much weight can you lose with MICC infusions and injections? People report losing 2 to 4 pounds per week when combined with a good diet and regular exercise. Everyone’s body is different and requires different foods and exercise strategies to successfully lose weight. We recommend one MICC injection per week for a month to test the waters and gauge your body’s response. People who want to lose more than 50 pounds can take two injections per week. We would also refer these folks to our weight loss partners at Live N Fitness, who are excellent coaches for losing larger amounts.

Who should not take the MICC? Ask our nurse for details, but generally those who are pregnant, have cardiovascular conditions or with bipolar disorder should not take it. MIC injections can also interact badly with a cough suppressant called dextromethorphan, and St. Johns Wort, which could cause shivering, muscle rigidity, diarrhea, fever and seizures.


Ascorbic Acid, B1 & B3, B2, B5 & B6, Glutamine, Arginine, Ornithine, Lysine 150, Citrulline 150, MagnesiumCL, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Selenium

Is the recovery and performance infusion ONLY for serious athletes? Not at all. Anyone looking to get fit or improve performance at any age or any level will benefit from this marvelous mixture, whether you are gearing up for a ski trip or kicking your regular workout to the next level. This savory solution of aminos will increase energy, endurance and strength, while decreasing muscle soreness and cramping, and reducing inflammation. Lower your chances for injury, speed recovery and decrease fatigue while your metabolism ramps up to effectively utilize fuel. Magnesium regulates blood pressure and blood sugar, assists the body in making protein, and prevents headaches.

Is this recipe good for anything else besides athletic performance? While amino acids definitely help boost performance in the gym and assist in muscle building, this recipe can also help with other issues like migraines, digestion, mental clarity, nerve function, relaxation and immune system support. However, this combination was created specifically with athletes in mind, assisting in pre- or post-workout scenarios. It is meant as a metabolic boost, encouraging optimal weight maintenance, as well as deep hydration, electrolyte infusion and muscle repair.


MagnesiumCL, Dexapanthenol (B5), Thiamine (B1), Riboflavin-5-Phosphate (B2), Pyridoxine HCL (B6), Niacinamide (B3), Calcium Gluconate g, Hydroxocobalamin (B12), Ascorbic Acid

Why is the Meyers Cocktail so popular? Also known as the Kitchen Sink IV, the Meyers Cocktail has been around for a long time — developed by Dr. John Myers at Johns Hopkins University in the 1960s to help patients suffering chronic pain, severe fatigue and migraines. This cocktail has become the gold standard of infusions, and a staple for anyone who has an imbalanced system. The well-rounded mixture can be thought of as a mega-multivitamin that hits your system instantly, filling in the nutritional gaps that you might not even realize you had. Feeling emotionally weak or mentally foggy? Collapsing into bed and still exhausted upon waking? Can’t seem to fully recover from an illness? This is your go-to.

I have heard Myers Cocktail helps with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, chronic pain, colds, flu, upper respiratory infections, asthma and allergies? Some patients have reported success with these conditions. The bottom line is that proper nutrition fed directly to the cells helps the body function better, so any condition could potentially be helped with an intravenous infusion of cellular nutrients. We recommend to try different options and see what works for you. A Meyer’s Cocktail is always a great place to start. Commonly patients will enjoy one dosage per week for 4 weeks, but often patients feel results after just one dose for several days to several weeks.


Ondansetron, B1 & B3, B5 & B6, MagnesiumCL, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Selenium

Does this actually work to cure a hangover? It will most likely help to alleviate symptoms associated with a hangover, by flushing the poison out of the body and replacing lost minerals. Ondansetron is used to prevent nausea and vomiting by blocking these signals from the stomach to the brain. When you drink alcohol — a diuretic — you lose hydration, plus a lot of vitamins and minerals as they get flushed out of the system. This gives you that foggy brain, dizzy, tired feeling. It takes about three days for the body to detoxify itself completely after one night of drinking, and during that time the body will have more difficulty absorbing vitamins. We lean toward recommending getting the infusion before the big night out, in order to build up your hydration and nutrition so the body can handle the alcohol better. Getting the IV afterward means you are replenishing what you lost, which can also help. You decide.

Should I get one every week if I drink socially every weekend? That’s an excellent idea. There is something called “vitamin alcohol deficiency,” which means that people who are frequent drinkers are losing important nutrients over the long term. This can cause memory and mood disorders, as well as disruption of metabolic pathways — leading to weight gain and low energy. If you like to drink and you often feel foggy in the brain, that’s an indication that you are nutritionally deficient, probably in B vitamins.


Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide

Regenerates cells, lengthens telomeres, aids mental clarity, sleep, energy, helps joint and muscle pain.

What is it? Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) is naturally found in each cell of the body and is key in the cell’s function and metabolic processes. When we are young, we have strong NAD, but as we age it becomes depleted by free radicals. When people are infused with NAD, it has been shown to actually lengthen the person’s telomeres, which visibly can be seen inside cells and tell us how rapidly a person is aging. The shorter the telomere, the older you are.

I have brain fog from COVID — should I try this? The potential benefits of NAD are vast. In addition to anti-aging, NAD studies have shown improved cognitive function and brain health, even improving neurodegenerative conditions like dementia. This makes sense, because we see a reduced NAD level in patients with these types of conditions. It would definitely be worth it to give it a try for COVID brain fog.

There is a history of heart failure in my family. Will this help? All the other major organs get a boost, too. NAD flushes fats and toxins from the liver, allowing it to cleanse the body and metabolize more effectively. The heart is strengthened and improved, enhancing athletic performance by fortifying vessels. This action additionally provides more energy to muscles and facilitates muscle repair, making performance better and recovery quicker for athletes.

What about Autoimmune conditions like fibromyalgia and arthritis?  These can potentially benefit from NAD as well. Enzymes are triggered into positive action and chronic inflammation is alleviated, helping to repair and prevent DNA damage. Chronic fatigue and extreme stress are also reasons patients request NAD infusions. NAD supports the ATP cycle in the cell, providing energy and enthusiasm.

Are there side effects to NAD? When the drip begins to flow, if the speed is too rapid, you may feel an increased heart rate, a flush of sweat, a pang of nausea, or a lightheaded feeling. Alert the nurse and she will slow down the drip speed, and you will feel normal again quickly. Other than the body’s initial adjustment to the infusion, there are no other major concerns.