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Immunity - antioxidant - well being

High Dose Vitamin C


If you're looking to enhance your immunity and improve your overall health and wellness, consider High Dose Vitamin C at our Health and Wellness Clinic. Our unique formula features a combination of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and vitamin B12, delivered in an IV form for fast and efficient absorption. Packed with antioxidants, our solution is ideal for anyone looking to support their immune system and promote overall vitality and well-being. Try High Dose vitamin C today and experience the ultimate in immune-boosting support!  Strengthen Your Defenses and Thrive Today!

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What's in it?

Vitamin B1, B2,B3, B5,B6, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Methylcobalamin(B12), Zinc, Copper,Manganese, Chromium,Selenium,Amino Acids:L-Alanine,L-Arginine,Glycine,L-Histidine,L-Isoleucine,L-Leucine,L-Lysine Hcl,L-Methionine,L-Phenylalanine,L-Proline,L-Serine,L-Threonine,L-Tryptophan,L-Tyrosine,L-Valine

What are the benefits?

HDVC is indicated for individuals seeking support in combating a cold or recovering from viral infections by administering ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and vitamin B12. The combination of these nutrients in an IV form allows for rapid absorption and potentially higher bioavailability compared to oral supplementation.

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Ascorbic Acid:Vitamin C has been associated with reducing the severity and duration of common cold symptoms. While it may not prevent viral infections, adequate vitamin C levels can help alleviate symptoms such as congestion, sore throat, and fatigue, improving overall comfort and facilitating a quicker recovery.Ascorbic acid acts as a powerful antioxidant, neutralizing harmful free radicals that are generated during viral infections. Free radicals can cause oxidative stress and damage cells, impairing immune function and delaying the recovery process. By reducing oxidative stress, vitamin C supports the immune system's ability to combat viruses and aids in the healing process.Vitamin C plays a crucial role in supporting the immune system. It helps stimulate the production and function of various immune cells, such as white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off viruses and infections. Adequate levels of vitamin C can help strengthen the immune response, making the body more resistant to viral infections.

B12: Vitamin B12 is necessary for the conversion of food into energy. During a viral infection, the body's energy demands may increase due to the immune response and overall stress on the body. Adequate levels of vitamin B12 can help support energy production, which is essential for optimal immune function and recovery.Vitamin B12 is involved in the production and activation of immune cells, such as white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off viruses and other pathogens. A strong immune system is crucial for both preventing viral infections and aiding in the recovery process.


Indulge in the soothing experience of our IV drips, crafted to rejuvenate your body and mind. Immerse yourself in pure relaxation for 45 minutes to an hour, while our expert staff attends to your needs. We're ready to cater to you. Sit back, unwind, and let us take care of your well-being.


At MD Santé, it is important to us that our patients are well-informed about IV Therapy before beginning infusion.

Potential side effects of IV therapy, although rare, can be managed with proper care and attention. It's important to note that bruising is a common side effect that may occur at the insertion site. However, these bruises are generally harmless and resolve on their own over time. Infection at the insertion site is possible, but this risk is greatly reduced when sterile techniques are followed diligently. Occasionally, there might be some inflammation of the vein (phlebitis), resulting in mild pain, redness, or swelling at the infusion site. Allergic reactions to medications or substances administered through IV therapy can occur, but they are usually mild and treatable, such as hives or itching. Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) are extremely rare. By following proper protocols, adhering to sterile techniques, closely monitoring the process, and tailoring the treatment to each individual's needs, healthcare providers can help minimize side effects and ensure your safety."

What Are The Side Effects?

Preparing for a vitamin IV (intravenous) infusion involves a few key steps to ensure a safe and effective experience. Be Hydrated: Adequate hydration is essential for the success of an IV infusion. Drink plenty of water leading up to the appointment to ensure your body is well-hydrated. Avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol, as they can dehydrate you. Dress Comfortably: Wear loose-fitting and comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your arms. Also, consider bringing a hoodie, jacket or sweater in case you feel cold during the procedure. Eat a Light Meal: Have a light meal or snack before the infusion to maintain your blood sugar levels and prevent lightheadedness during the procedure. Arrive on Time and Relax: Arrive at the appointment on time or a few minutes early. Use this time to relax and mentally prepare yourself for the infusion. Bring a book, listen to calming music, or engage in any other activity that helps you relax during the procedure.

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