I heard that IV Glutathione is good too. Does it work?
Yes, IV or intravenous glutathione, or glutathione injection, is effective in raising your glutathione values for a short time. However, it is not your best choice for raising glutathione.
Drawbacks to IV glutathione include its short half life, which means your levels will rise and fall rapidly, sometimes to below original levels, which is not beneficial. This requires expensive repeated treatments.
IV Glutathione also does not raise glutathione in your lymphocytes, or white blood cells, where it can strengthen your immune system. It only raises glutathione in your blood serum.
Using a bonded cysteine supplement like Immunocal will raise and sustain your glutathione levels in your lymphocytes and blood serum, and you can drink or eat it from the comfort of your home once each day. No needles required!
You can learn more about glutathione injection here.
Immunocal is the most effective, safe, and natural way to raise and sustain your glutathione.
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