Lingering Cough or Cold?

published by Dr. Marcantel on February 7th, 2014 Print this page No Comments

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Do you have a lingering cough or cold that you just can’t seem to shake off? IV therapy might help!

IV therapy is the injection of a mixture of vitamins and minerals that can help to strengthen your immune system to help your body fight off infection. With the addition of engystol to the IV mixture, patients often report a significant decrease in symptoms within 24-48 hours after just one treatment. Engystol is a homeopathic preparation which has been scientifically proven to significantly reduce the duration and severity of symptoms during an acute viral infection and help protect from subsequent infections. It may be used for both prevention and treatment of viral infections.

IV therapy is also an effective treatment for symptoms of hypothyroidism and adrenal fatigue. You can learn more in the article “How IV Therapy Can Benefit YOU” at DrMarcantel.com.

Call today to schedule your IV therapy appointment with Dr. Marcantel!*

*Please note: IV therapy is offered only to established patients of Dr. Marcantel. If you are not yet established with our clinic, we’d love to tell you more about our practice! Please visit our New Patients page to learn about fees, what to expect on your first visit, and more.

 

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