The Meyer's Cocktail is an intravenous vitamin and mineral protocol developed in the 1970s by a physician at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.
It contains magnesium
chloride hexahydrate (5cc given), calcium
gluconate (2.5cc), vitamin B2
(1000mcg/cc; 1cc given), vitamin B5 (100mg/cc; 1cc given), vitamin B6
(250mg/cc; 1cc given), the entire vitamin B complex (100mg/cc; 1cc given), and vitamin C
(222mg/cc; 6cc given). Solutions are further customized by other doctors.
Why it is Recommended
The "cocktail" is indicated for chronic fatigue
, muscle spasm
, allergic rhinitis
, congestive heart failure
, ischemic vascular
disease, acute infections, and senile dementia
The solution is slowly injected over a 5-15 minute period.