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Available Vitamins

Vitamins are organic compounds that our body needs to sustain life and optimal body and mind function. Vitamins help your body grow and work the way it should. Vitamins have different jobs: helping you resist infections, keeping your nerves healthy, and helping your body get energy from food or your blood to clot properly. If you have low levels of certain vitamins, you may get health problems.


All of our available vitamins can be administered in a sublingual or injection below are our available vitamin options at a per dose strength.


MIC/B-12 (15mg/50mg/100mg/1mg)


MIC/B-complex (B2,B3,B6,B12/15mg/50mg/100mg/2.5mg/.25mg)


MIC/B-Complex/L-Carnitine/Chromium (15mg/50mg/100mg/2.5mg/.25mg/1mg/33mg)


GAC- (Glutamine/Arginine/Carnitine 25mg/100mg/200mg)


L- Carnitine (200mg)


L-Arginine (100mg)

Know more about each of our available vitamins and how they can help you.

Riboflavin (B2) is known for increasing energy levels, boosting immune system function, maintaining healthy hair, skin, mucous membranes, and nails, slowing aging, boosting athletic performance, and promoting healthy reproductive function.


Niacinamide (B3) is effective and relatively safe for treating high cholesterol levels. Limited evidence shows that niacin may help with clogged arteries and heart disease.


Pyridoxine (B6) is a water-soluble vitamin. Vitamin B6 is critical for protein metabolism, energy production, and normal nervous system function. It is involved in nearly 60 enzyme systems in the body, necessary for normal growth, red blood cell synthesis, and vitamin B12 absorption.


Methylcobalamin (B-12) is the man-made form of Vitamin B-12. Vitamin B12 helps your body use fat and carbohydrates for energy and make new protein. It is also important for normal blood, cells, and nerves.


MIC (a combination of methionine, inositol, and choline)


Methionine Methionine is an amino acid found in many proteins, including the proteins in foods and those found in the tissues and organs of your body.


Inositol Though often referred to as vitamin B8, inositol is not a vitamin at all but rather a type of sugar with several important functions. Inositol plays a structural role in your body as a major component of cell membranes. In addition, it affects chemical messengers in your brain, such as serotonin and dopamine.


Choline Choline is an essential nutrient. This means it's required for normal bodily function and human health. Though your liver can make small amounts, you must obtain the majority through your diet. Choline is an organic, water-soluble compound. It impacts liver function, healthy brain development, muscle movement, your nervous system and metabolism.


Glutamine Glutamine is an amino acid. Their main purpose is to serve as building blocks for proteins. Proteins are crucial to the organs. They also serve other functions, such as transporting substances in the blood and fighting off harmful viruses and bacteria. L-glutamine can be produced naturally in your body. In fact, it is the most abundant amino acid in the blood and other body fluids. However, there are times when the glutamine needs of your body are greater than its ability to produce it. Therefore, it's considered a conditionally essential amino acid, meaning that it must be obtained from the diet under certain conditions, such as injury or illness. Also, glutamine is an important molecule for the immune system and intestinal health.


L-Carnitine About tab-Carnitine, derived from an amino acid, is found in nearly all cells of the body. Its name is derived from the Latin carnus or flesh, as the compound was isolated from meat. Carnitine is the generic term for several compounds that include L-carnitine, acetyl-L-carnitine, and propionyl-L-carnitine.


Carnitine plays a critical role in energy production. It transports long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidized (“burned”) to produce energy. It also transports the toxic compounds generated out of this cellular organelle to prevent their accumulation. Given these key functions, carnitine is concentrated in tissues like skeletal and cardiac muscle that utilize fatty acids as a dietary fuel.


L-Arginine About tab- L-arginine is an amino acid that helps the body make proteins. It can be obtained naturally in the diet and is also found in dietary supplement form. Foods rich in L-arginine include plant and animal proteins, such as dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, and nuts. L-arginine also helps rid the body of ammonia (a waste product) and stimulates the release of insulin. In addition, your body uses arginine to make nitric oxide (a compound that relaxes the blood vessels).


By improving blood flow in the body, some proponents claim that L-arginine may help heart conditions, such as chest pain (angina), high blood pressure, leg cramping and weakness due to obstructed arteries (a condition known as intermittent claudication), and erectile dysfunction (ED). Some people use L- arginine to boost the immune system, improve athletic performance, shorten recovery time after surgery, and promote weight loss. L-arginine is also used for bodybuilding. There's also some evidence that L-arginine may help with interstitial cystitis and preeclampsia.

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