Glutathione – Detox


What is intravenous Glutathione?

  • High doses of vitamin C are administered via an intravenous (IV) drip. The IV route allows much larger concentrations of vitamin C to circulate in the blood than is possible by taking oral vitamin C supplements.

What is it used for?

Glutathione is most commonly prescribed to:

  • Chronic or acute viral or bacterial infection
  • Toxicity – mycotoxins, heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides etc.
  • Protect and repair neurological tissues such as nerves and brain tissue
  • Skin Brightening – often used for cosmetic reasons to improve youthfulness of skin

How does Glutathione work?

  • Glutathione is the bodies most potent antioxidant
  • It works by destroying toxins and sequestering them to the bile and urine for excretion and elimination

What are the side effects of Glutathione?

  • None noted

Is Glutathione safe?

  • Extremely safe

What is the recommended dose of Glutathione?

  • IV dosages vary depending on frequency and complexity of the case
  • Oral liposomal glutathione may be used on non IV days to help the process along

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Disclaimer of the Nature Doctors:  The information in this monograph should not be interpreted as medical advice nor should replace the advice of a qualified healthcare provider.  Please consult with a qualified Naturopathic Doctor to discuss whether high dose Vitamin C is right for you.  The above information is used in accordance with the Ontario Integrative Cancer Centre.