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Methylene Blue IV Therapy In Scottsdale, AZ

Methylene Blue IV Therapy

In 1891, German physician, Paul Ehrlich, who later won a Nobel Prize, introduced Methylene Blue as a remedy for malaria.  He discovered that this dye had significant anti-parasitic and anti-microbial properties. Since his discovery, the uses for methylene have greatly expanded. Methylene is now used to effectively target a variety of health conditions including methemoglobinemia, chronic and acute viral infections, Lyme disease, parasitic infections, cancerous cells, dysfunctional cellular metabolism, and mitochondrial health. It is a powerful antioxidant that can help generate cellular energy, crucial for our cellular processes, physical activity, and metabolism. It intercepts superoxide and neutralizes it, preventing oxidative damage from taking place within the body. 

Methylene Blue enhances cellular respiration, optimizing oxygen use. This increases ATP production, providing extracellular energy for better cognition, mood, and memory. Methylene Blue rapidly breaches the blood-brain barrier, sparking an array of revitalizing effects. It enhances mitochondrial efficiency, acts as an antioxidant, and supports the health of brain cells, resulting in improved memory and mood. It turbocharges mitochondrial function at lower doses, boosts cerebral blood flow. Furthermore, the antimicrobial, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic qualities of Methylene Blue enable it to be widely used in individuals with a host of chronic co-infections.

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