IV Vitamins


Also called retinol, plays a role in maintaining epithelial tissues (skin). Vitamin A also plays a role in immune function and as an antioxidant.


Thiamine functions as the cofactor for enzymes that play a role in energy production and requires magnesium.


Riboflavin participates in reactions that generate glutathione, the master antioxidant.


Exists in 3 forms and is a cofactor for more than 50 different enzymes. It is involved in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism and plays a role in the action of steroid hormones. Vitamin B6 is involved in more bodily functions than almost any other single nutrient. It is beneficial in controlling water retention. Deficiency can result in anemia, nausea, headaches, dry skin, fatigue, and impaired memory.


Niacin is involved in brain function.


Plays a role in the synthesis of DNA and RNA and in functioning of the control nervous system and immune system.


Plays a role in red blood cell formation.

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