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Drysol

- Drysol Extra Strength
- Drysol Extra Strength Dab-on
- Drysol Mild
For excessive sweat problems for under arms, sweaty hands, etc prescription strength Drysol is
the solution.

Vitamin B12 Injection

For vitamin B12 deficiency,
schilling test, reducing stress,
weight loss, energy booster,
healthy skin, and more.

BioEvolve Laser Numbing Cream

Avoid needle pain with BioEvolve Laser Numbing Cream.
Faster acting, and longer lasting.
Great for beauty treatments
involving needles, tatoo/tattoo
removals, Blood test, IV, etc.

Synvisc

Synvisc Hylan is used to treat
arthritis of the knee.

Reishi Mushroom

Superior grade mature & dried
Red Reishi mushrooms supports
healthy blood circulation, healthy
metabolic activity of human cells.

Allegra D

Allegra D is an antihistamine and decongestant combination that is used to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies such as watery or itchy eyes, runny nose, itchy throat, sneezing, and stuffy nose (nasal congestion).

Ribose

Designed to fight fatigue, help offset the effects of aging, increase physical performance, overcome the pain and soreness resulting from muscle overexertion and energy drain, or simply to add energy to active lifestyle products.

Vitamin C Injectable

No prescription is required to purchase this item.

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$84.95

* Please be advised that there is a nation-wide shortage of Vitamin C injectables. We currently have limited stock.

Features

  • For Vitamin C deficiency (i.e., bleeding gums, slow healing wound)
  • For cancer therapy
  • Protects against heart disease

Description

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, essential for the oxidation of phenylalanine and tyrosine, required for collagen synthesis. Vitamin C injections help build and maintain tissues and strengthening immune system, help decrease total and LDL cholesterol and triglycerides, protects against heart disease.


*Each box contains 10 of 2ml ampoules. 500 mg per 2mL ampoule = 250 mg/mL


***This item does not come with syringes or needles.***

 

Ingredients

Active Ingredients:

Sodium ascorbate (as Ascorbic acid) 250mg/mL

Other Ingredients:

Sodium metabisulfite 1.5 mg and sodium hydroxide to adjust the pH.

 

Product Information

A vitamin C injection is an administration of a vitamin C solution through a needle, provided in situations such as when a patient cannot take pills, a large amount of the vitamin is needed, or a doctor wants it delivered as rapidly as possible. Vitamin C injections can be administered in a hospital or clinic if a doctor feels they are indicated and patients may also be taught to self administer if they need several injections over the course of treatment for a medical condition. These injections are generally low risk, as a very high dosage is needed before side effects will appear.

The most common reason to offer a vitamin C injection is in the treatment or prevention of scurvy, a connective tissue disease caused by a vitamin C deficiency. If a patient appears to have low levels of this vitamin or is experiencing scurvy symptoms like bleeding gums, the doctor can provide an injection to get levels up quickly. Low-level deficiencies may also be treated with vitamin C injections, even if the patient doesn't appear to be at immediate risk of developing scurvy.

If someone appears to be experiencing slow wound healing time, vitamin C injections may be offered to facilitate more rapid healing. Some medical conditions like diphtheria can also respond to a vitamin C injection, when combined with other treatment options. Doctors concerned about vitamin deficiencies in their patients may request bloodwork to see if a patient is low on vitamin C or other needed nutrients, especially if a patient appears to be responding slowly to a usually effective treatment.

Doctors can administer a vitamin C injection intravenously, subcutaneously, or intramuscularly. In the case of intravenous injections, the solution needs to be diluted in sterile saline for safety and administered slowly. This is designed to prevent complications that can emerge when medications are delivered rapidly to the bloodstream. This vitamin is relatively low risk and the most common adverse effect from a high dosage is mild indigestion.

As long as a vitamin C injection is administered in clean conditions with the use of a sterile needle, the risks to the patient are very low. While it is possible to experience irritation and infection at the injection site, swabbing the site with alcohol will limit this chance. There can be some soreness after the shot, especially if a patient needs a series of vitamin C injections, and doctors are usually careful to give shots in different locations each time to prevent this problem.