Hard in the Paint

Hard in the Paint

Athlete Recovery 


  • Lactated Ringer’s or Sodium Chloride 0.9%
  • Amino Blend (glutamine, Ornithine, Arginine, Lysine, Citruline).
    Amino acids can help with muscle conditioning and recovery, boost endurance, and build muscle mass more efficiently.
  • Methylcobolamin(B12)
    Vitamin B12 should reduce fatigue and therefore improve muscular endurance. Since Vitamin B12 is crucial to the production of nerve cells, RNA/DNA and red blood cells, energy levels come into play. B12 is a cofactor for conversion of homocysteine into methionine which is important for DNA methylation. Furthermore it is important our growth, cell reproduction and nervous system. B12 also aids in reaction associated with metabolism of fats, carbs and protein synthesis. The methylated form is the active form which if any patients have a methylation mutationon the MTHFR gene they will need the methylated form for their body to be able to use and process the B12.

Add on:

  • Magnesium chloride
    Highly recommend to add to IV. Relaxes muscles, and reduces headaches. This can also help with recovery from hangovers due to the overall inflammation from dehydration, electrolyte imbalance and toxic metabolites from drinking.
  • BPlex (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6) B vitamins play an important role in athletic performance. These micronutrients are necessary during the body’s process for converting proteins and sugars into energy, and are used during the production and repair of cells, including red blood cells
  • Mineral Blend- Mag Cl, Zinc, Copper, Manganese, Selenium. These elements are multifunctional in recovery from injury, muscle and ATP production by assisting in preserving mitochondrial function.
  • Glutathione
    Glutathione is a super-powered antioxidant with free-radical scavenging activity that protects your body from disease and the effects of aging

Disclaimer: without add-ons this is safe in pregnancy, nursing


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