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How to get an at-home glutathione IV treatment in New York

If you’ve never heard of glutathione, don’t worry because most people haven’t. Glutathione is an extracellular vesicle created by the body that helps strengthen your immune system and fight infections. Unfortunately, your body can get overwhelmed and often doesn’t produce enough glutathione.

As a result, it’s up to us to consume supplements and foods heavy in glutathione. Or, you can try a glutathione IV therapy, the fastest and most effective way to consume glutathione. IV therapy sends glutathione directly into the bloodstream and gets it to the parts of your body that need it the most.

Glutathione IV therapy is the only surefire way to boost immunity and strengthen yourself against diseases and infections quickly.

Get Glutathione IV Therapy in New York City

A powerful antioxidant included in various treatments like Immune Boost IV and Super Immune Boost IV, that boosts the immune system, supports energy, and improves mood.

What is Glutathione?

Glutathione, a tripeptide, is composed of three amino acids: cysteine, glutamic acid, and glycine. Naturally occurring in the liver, glutathione works to clear toxins from your body and is required for almost all body functions.

Glutathione production can decline with:

  • age,
  • high-stress lifestyle,
  • poor eating habits or poor-quality food,
  • excessive toxins like smoking, alcohol, environmental pollutants,
  • and poor sleep.

Age spots and/or many chronic health conditions, including autoimmune diseases and heart disease, are associated with low glutathione levels.

Benefits of Glutathione

Benefits of glutathione include:

  • Improves the appearance of the skin
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Supports cell growth
  • Reduces cell damage in the liver and counters the harmful effects of many drugs, malnutrition, and diseases

Is Glutathione IV Therapy Better Than Pills and Supplements?

Because of how quickly and effectively glutathione IV therapy works, it’s the best option for boosting your immune health. Pills, supplements, and foods containing glutathione are good for everyday use, but they take a long time to effect. If you need an immune boost in a hurry, glutathione IV therapy is your best option.

New York City glutathione treatment options 

Glutathione can be administered in-home via a glutathione injection or glutathione IV in New York. The difference? Different modes of delivering nutrients to your cells.

Myers cocktail with glutathione push

At Drip Hydration, a glutathione push can be added to any of the listed IV treatments in New York. Combining the Myers cocktail with a glutathione push to help to support treatment against a multitude of clinical and medical conditions and reap the benefits:

  • Fight off free radicals
  • Decrease duration of illness
  • Improve energy levels

Drip Hydration offers glutathione IV therapy and booster shots in the safety and comfort of your home. Contact us to make an appointment, and we’ll administer your IV treatment on-site.

Glutathione IV infusion

Meanwhile, glutathione IVs have a greater dilution and therefore take around 45 minutes to be administered. With an IV, there is the benefit of adding additional nutrients to the treatment, and you can opt for higher doses of vitamins. Drip Hydration offers a variety of glutathione IVs in New York, with costs between $299 and $399.

Glutathione Injection

Glutathione injections have a smaller dilution, which means treatment can take as little time as 20 minutes. However, glutathione injections are a potent dose of glutathione with no additional vitamins or nutrients. Glutathione injection prices range from $150-$400 per session, depending on the provider.

Potential Side Effects Of Glutathione IV Therapy

As with any medical treatment, glutathione IV therapy can cause side effects, but it is generally safe for most adults. Minor side effects that can result from glutathione injections and IV therapy include bloating and cramping. You may also experience temporary redness, tenderness, or swelling at the injection site.

In rare cases, glutathione injections and IV therapy can cause more serious side effects, including:

  • Asthma attacks
  • Skin reactions
  • Toxicity in the kidneys and liver

You should not take glutathione if you are allergic to it or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. It is currently unknown how glutathione injections and IV therapy affect pregnant women, fetuses, and nursing children.

Even if you are in generally good health, you should talk to your doctor before you start glutathione IV therapy to make sure it is right for you. Long-term glutathione IV therapy use is linked with low zinc levels, so it’s important to ensure this treatment does not interfere with existing medical conditions or medications you are taking.


Glutathione is a tripeptide made by your liver that your body uses to flush out toxins. Various lifestyle choices like drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes and certain health issues can cause your body to produce insufficient glutathione. Not having enough glutathione can cause you to develop chronic health issues like autoimmune diseases or cardiovascular issues.1

Fortunately, you can use glutathione injections or IV therapy to restore your glutathione levels to normal. Glutathione is generally well tolerated and causes minor, temporary side effects like bloating, cramping, or redness and swelling at the administration site.

In-Home IV Treatments With Drip Hydration in New York City

Our mobile IV infusions are a convenient way to restore key vitamins and replenish your body quickly. Our vitamin IV treatments take less than an hour and are administered by one of our registered nurses.

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[1] Hristov BD. - The Role of Glutathione Metabolism in Chronic Illness Development and Its Potential Use as a Novel Therapeutic Target;