There’s a real, medical reason for the pain you feel all over your body.
Your muscles are tender… especially in certain spots… and you can’t get a wink of quality sleep.
You’ve got fibromyalgia.
And all that chronic pain and fatigue can really take its toll on you.
It can be a struggle to get out of bed… much less leave the house.
The drugs your doc will give you will just dope you up.
That’s no way to live.
You can reclaim your quality of life… by getting a heavy-duty dose of nutrients.
But you need to get them in a special way – because any ol’ multivitamin will come up short.
Relieves the ‘tender spots’ of 4 out of 5 patients
An infusion of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients… delivered directly into your veins… can make fibromyalgia patients feel better.
And that’s especially true when NOTHING else has worked.
It’s called the “Myer’s Cocktail” – but you won’t get it from your local bartender.
The Myer’s Cocktail gets its name from its creator, Dr. John Myers. In the 1970s, he pioneered the use of an IV “cocktail” to ease pain and fatigue.
While practicing right here in Baltimore, Dr. Myers included magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and vitamin C in his recipe.
Some modern-day docs might adjust the dosages of the original mixture here and there, but the cocktail has remained essentially the same for the last 40 years.
Today, we know that it helps 4 out of 5 people with fibromyalgia get relief.
Yet the mainstream refuses to acknowledge the power of the Myer’s Cocktail, attributing the reduction of pain and improved energy to the placebo effect.
Don’t believe them — because it’s not “blind faith.”
It’s so much more than that.
Each of the ingredients in the Myer’s Cocktail can benefit your health in a myriad of ways.
B vitamins (including B12) and vitamin C are notorious for boosting energy and fighting fatigue…
Magnesium has tremendous pain-relieving power for those with aching muscles and joints – and the symptoms of fibromyalgia mimic those of a magnesium deficiency.
And according to the USDA, 7 out of 10 Americans don’t get enough magnesium from the food they eat.
It’s recommended that you start with weekly infusions of the Myer’s Cocktail over the course of eight weeks and see how you feel.
Your symptoms may go away and stay away… or you may need more weekly or monthly infusions to continue feeling better.
Either way, there are no adverse effects to the infusion.
If it makes you feel better, there’s no reason NOT to keep receiving it.
Because it’s an intravenous solution, you’ll need to go to a medical clinic to receive it. Just be sure to set aside 30 minutes to an hour for the slow drip to make its way into your bloodstream.
And beware of so-called “spas” that will try to scam you – because not all “intravenous micronutrient therapy” is the Myer’s Cocktail.