A powerhouse vitamin, B-12 plays a role in making new cells, including DNA and red blood cells, protecting nerve cells, and preventing certain types of anemia, among other things. According to the National Institute on Aging (NIA), older adults may have trouble absorbing enough B-12 through diet alone and may need supplements to avoid deficiency.

B Complex (B-100)

B Complex is a combination of several vitamins – and contributes to healthy growth and organ function, digestive function, healthy skin and nerves, and more. B Complex vitamins collectively play a role in transforming food into energy, supporting good mental health, and contributing to effective wound healing, among other benefits.

VItamin C

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and offers a wealth of benefits which include contributing to the production of collagen and neurotransmitters (serotonin and norepinephrine), reducing the risk of certain cancers, and potentially protecting against cataracts. Vitamin C is essential for tissue health, including growth, development, and repair, and of course, it plays a key role in immune function.


Curcumin is one of the most active curcuminoid compounds found in turmeric. A bioactive substance, it is known to have medicinal properties and is renowned for its ability to inhibit and fight inflammation at a molecular level.

The curcumin content of turmeric is only around 3% and as a result, is poorly absorbed into the bloodstream. Taking turmeric as a spice or in a tea is not an effective way to reap the health benefits of curcumin. When taken intravenously, 100% curcumin will be 100% absorbed into your blood and body where it can work its magic.


Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that helps to fight free radicals. This, in turn, could improve skin conditions like psoriasis, improve insulin resistance, and help to reduce risk factors for serious diseases and chronic conditions like diabetes, cancer, and rheumatoid arthritis.




You might know active vitamin D3 as “the sunshine vitamin” because your body produces it as a response to sun exposure. This essential vitamin is needed to maintain all kinds of healthy functions and systems in the body, from strong teeth and bones, to robust brain, immune, cardiopulmonary, and nervous system functionality. It also plays a role in regulating insulin levels and fighting the onset of certain cancers. In short, you simply can’t do without vitamin D3.