The Immune Tune
The Immune Tune is Rapid Recovery's IV drip that's packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, to boost your immune system .
The Immune Tune starts with a full liter of Ringer's Lactate, which contains calcium chloride, sodium chloride, sodium lactate, and potassium chloride, all important electrolytes.
From there we add the most powerful multivitamin we can find available today. It's called Infuvite, made by Baxter, and includes all of the following:
That's a pretty good start, but we don't stop there. In addition to the Vitamin C found in Infuvite we add 5g of the strong anti-inflammatory vitamin.
Next we include 5 grams of zinc, which is being included in most medical facilities' Covid treatments, and is clinically shown to reduce the severity and duration of colds.
Last, but surely not least, we round out this IV therapy with a push of Glutathione, which is possibly the most powerful antioxidant that can be prescribed.
Obviously no IV drip is going to give you an immune system powerful enough to allow you to walk around town drinking after people, touching doorknobs and then rubbing your nose, or packing into an elevator with sick people, and not end up sick. That said, with proper precautions like handwashing, and a balanced diet full of fruits and vegetables, this vitamin cocktail can help give you the boost you need to fight off the illnesses that are floating around.
Vitamin C has a similar chemical structure to glucose, as both contain 6 carbon atoms and are considered "simple sugars". Glucometers (including continuous glucose monitors - CGMs), FREQUENTLY misinterpret Vitamin C molecules as glucose, and give a false, high reading following IV vitamin C infusion. This effect can last up to six (6) hours.
With that in mind, it is VERY important that insulin dependent diabetics NOT administer insulin in excess of their scheduled treatment, as dangerous hypoglycemia can result.
Patients with moderate to severe Asthma may not receive Glutathione,
due to increased risk of bronchospasms.
Patients with mild Asthma should notify their nurse before receiving Glutathione, and may proceed with caution, taking care to note and report any respiratory abnormalities during treatment.