Immunity Booster


About This Treatment Option:

The combination of vitamins and minerals in this treatment helps your immune system and metabolism function when they are under stress. When you feel a cold coming on, your body needs a boost of antioxidants. Our Immunity Booster service includes a mega dose of Glutathione to reduce oxidative stress and cell damage. This treatment allows your body to heal and protect itself from being damaged which will prevent illness. Can be used to recover from an existing cold, protect against exposure to germs prior to being sick, and before or after traveling to make it a breeze.


- Rehydration
- Combats seasonal cold
- Great for Travel

A healthy immune system is essential to keep you on your feet and working to your fullest potential. Being properly hydrated is necessary to flush toxins out and to help keep your organs functioning.

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In Women, B-Complex vitamins are shown to reduce the risk of birth defects and promote fetal brain development, making them essential from women who are pregnant or breast feeding. Pregnant women may experience reduced morning sickness and a boost in energy. These vitamins lower the risk of preeclampsia.

For Our Travelers

Whether you are a flight attendant, an avid traveler, or a yearly vacationer, this treatment will change the way you fly forever. Being hydrated properly during travel has a major impact in keeping your body protected when surrounded by germs. Vitamin C is not only one of the best supplements for boosting immunity, but it also promotes the production of collagen in your body. Collagen is known to improve the health of your skin, so even after being exposed to the dry air from a pressurized cabin, this solution ensures you walk off the plane looking and feeling revitalized.


Don't waste a day of your trip recovering from jet lag. Vitamin B12 along with the additional B vitamins added to this solution work regulate your body's tryptophan levels. Tryptophan is an amino acid that your body uses to create melatonin leaving you feel rested and adjusted to any time change you may have experienced. 


Adrianne Bendich, Vitamins and Immunity, The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 122, Issue suppl_3, March 1992, Pages 601–603.

Mayer, G., Kröger, M. & Meier-Ewert, K. Effects of Vitamin B12 on Performance and Circadian Rhythm in Normal Subjects. Neuropsychopharmacol 15, 456–464 (1996).