Glutathione Therapy

Personalized Programs

Glutathione therapy is the best antioxidant loading procedure for weakening or strengthening the immune system. The implementation takes place in three stages. These are;

Intravenous vitamin c supplementation

Intravenous glutathione supplementation

Alpha lipoic acid loading

Vitamin C application can be done within an average of forty minutes and glutathione within ten minutes. It can be applied on the same day or one day apart. The treatment, which will be applied for an average of six sessions, is realized as one or two sessions per week depending on the preference of the person and the doctor.

The application is not suitable for people undergoing cancer treatment, nursing mothers, young children and pregnant women.

How do we do it?

The most successful way to get glutathione into the body and start using it actively is by intravenous administration. The application is painless and is done intravenously. In total, it takes as little as 10 or 15 minutes.

What’s in glutathione serum?
It consists of three amino acids: Glutamine, Glycine and Cysteine. Staying healthy, improving your performance, preventing disease and protecting against the effects of aging, immune function and controlling chronic inflammation are all associated with maintaining high levels of glutathione.

How Many Sessions of Glutathione?
When the application is first performed, a total of 4-6 sessions are applied. These sessions are also organized 1 or 2 times a week.

Our Holistic Approach

Is glutathione taken by mouth?

The systemic bioavailability of glutathione, which can also be consumed directly orally, is very poor.

Who cannot use glutathione?

It is not applied because there are not enough studies on pregnant women, nursing mothers and children. Patients undergoing cancer treatment cannot receive glutathione therapy during periods of active chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Are there side effects of glutathione?

There are no side effects. The general benefits of glutathione can be listed as follows: Oxidative stress occurs when there is an imbalance between the production of free radicals and the body’s ability to fight them.