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Glutathione (IV OR IM)
$35 / 75
15 min

Acceptable routes : IV + IM

Uses :  Energy ( ATP production ) anti-aging ( antioxidant ) Neurotransmitter support ( reduces oxidative stress ) Immune support ( lymphocyte function )

General Information

L-glutathione, or simply glutathione, is a powerful antioxidant composed of amino acids cysteine, glycine, and glutamic acid. Glutathione has many functions within the body. It is vital to mitochondrial function, necessary for the production of DNA. Its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier means it plays an important role in removing toxins, such as mercury, from the brain and other cells. It is key in supporting immune function, metabolism, forming sperm cells, tissue building and repair, and helping with certain enzyme functions. As a powerful antioxidant, it may help fight the effects of free radicals, which cause oxidative stress, damage healthy cells and contribute to aging and certain degenerative illnesses. Unlike most antioxidants, glutathione can be made within the human liver. Glutathione can be found in every cell of the human body, almost all mammalian tissue and in many foods, including spinach and avocados, but is poorly absorbed by the body when consumed orally. Supplements that can support glutathione production include curcumin, N-acetylcysteine, selenium, silymarin, vitamin C and vitamin E. Glutathione levels in the body naturally decline as we age, but can also be reduced by factors like stress, malnutrition, and environmental toxins.

One of the reasons why Glutathione is so important for optimum health is that it’s present in every cell in the body. One way antioxidants like glutathione help maintain good physical health is by neutralizing free radicals, which can cause cellular damage through oxidation. Since glutathione is naturally present within all types of cells, it is in a prime position to do this. It’s considered one of the most important antioxidants in the human body.


Aging Process Delay

Physical Performance

Musculoskeletal Support

Mitochondrial Support


Ophthalmic Support

Cardiovascular Support

Reproductive / Fertility Support

Dermatologic Support

Hepatic Support

Neurologic Support

Renal Support

Non-insulin Dependent DM

Prevention of Cisplatin (CDDP)-Induced Toxicity

Comorbidities of Obesity


Cancer Progression

Insulin Sensitivity

Endocrine Effects



Possible Benefits

EnergyAnti-Aging/Neurotransmitter Support: 

Promotes efficient ATP production (how our body makes energy)by fighting damage from oxidative stress which may  also  aid in the anti-aging processes  

Immune Support:

Improves immune function by its antioxidant effect (known as the mother of all antioxidants)  and plays a key role in the maintenance and regulation of certain immunological functions, including the activation of lymphocytes and functional activity of natural killer (NK) cells.

– Can aid the liver in metabolizing alcohol.

– Can reduce the amount of fat stored in the belly.

– May help reduce oxidative stress and improve complexion.

– May improve immune response.

– Helps metabolize toxins and activate enzymes.

– Can aid the liver in metabolizing alcohol.

– Can reduce the amount of fat stored in the belly.

– May help reduce oxidative stress and improve complexion.

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