Glutathione and Covid recovery go together like ibuprofen and a headache. In other words, glutathione can be used as a treatment method to aid in Covid recovery.
This article will look at the current research about glutathione for Covid recovery and explain the current understanding of how it helps. The client doesn’t offer a glutathione treatment for Covid, but they offer add-ons and glutathione as part of their Immune Boost and All-Inclusive IVs, so please include a pitch for those.
What is Glutathione, and How Does it Relate to Covid?
Glutathione is a biological antioxidant. It is found in the mitochondria of all the tissues mammals have and is plays a significant part in lessening oxidative stress. It is a pleiotropic tripeptide comprised of glycine, cysteine, and glutamate. Free synthesis happens between cells in two steps. The first step uses glutamine and cysteine as substrates and is catalyzed (sped up) by glutamine-cysteine ligase (GSL). This produces glutamyl cysteine. The second step in the process then adds glycine to glutamyl cysteine, which is catalyzed by glutathione synthase (GS).
Endogenous glutathione deficiency is the most likely cause of severe illness and death due to Covid.
There is also evidence that glutathione can inhibit viral replication and decrease levels of Interleukin-6 (IL-6) in Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and tuberculosis (TB), which means that it has also been found to be beneficial to Coivid patients. Glutathione treatment is used in conjunction with other Covid therapies and treatments.
Glutathione Treatment Options
Although Drip Hydration does not currently offer a glutathione treatment for Covid, we offer add-ons and glutathione as part of our Immune Boost and All-Inclusive IVs. Don’t hesitate to contact Drip Hydration today through our website if you want to learn more and order an Immune Boost or All-Inclusive IV treatment.
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In-Home IV Treatments With Drip Hydration
Drip Hydration offers mobile IV treatments in the comfort of your home. Once you book your appointment, a certified nurse will come to your desired location and administer the treatment, which usually takes less than an hour. During this time, you can do anything you’d like, such as relax under a warm blanket or watch TV. Drip Hydration will also go to hotels, worksites, or other locations upon request.
You can either browse our treatment options and decide which is best for you or speak to a representative who can help you choose what you need based on your health goals. To schedule your appointment or learn more, contact us today!