"The Blue Pill" A General Wellness Drip.

Healthier Body? Check. Boosting your immune system? Check.
These are but a few of the health issues ‘The blue pill’ IV therapy promises to solve or improve
through the right mix of various vitamins and minerals.
The ‘blue pill’ is the modified Myers plus. The drip that started it all! The Myers’ Cocktail is named after the late John Myers, M.D., a physician who used intravenous injections of nutrients to treat many chronic conditions. Myers cocktail is a blend of various nutrients and vitamins which are injected by vein. The infusion is known to boost health.

DripMe in Manchester has modified the Myers cocktail to give you even more health benefits. Whether you want to improve your health generally or you need an energy boost ‘The Blue Pill’ IV drip is there to help you. It helps your body to fight free radicals and eliminate the risk of damage by these free radicals. DripMe promises to meet all your needs without any delays or
access issues.

‘The Blue Pill’ booster shots are designed to enhance your general health and wellness and to give your immune system an instant boost. This IV therapy combines valuable nutrients and vitamins in high concentrations which are not possible to take orally. It is estimated that 10–30% of people over 50 cannot properly absorb vitamin B.[1] So, IV therapy is the best in this case as
it provides complete absorption. With IV Booster shots by DripMe, people can feel an all-over rejuvenation of mind, body, and spirit. So get your hands on this IV therapy by DripMe in Manchester at this address: 139 Mauldeth Road Manchester, Greater Manchester M14 6SR.

Composition

‘The Blue Pill’ IV therapy is the right blend of Vitamin B complexes and several electrolytic
components including Magnesium Chloride, Calcium Chloride, and Potassium Chloride.
Vitamin B complexes include water-soluble vitamins such as Thiamine B1, Riboflavin B2,
Niacin B3, Pantothenic acid B5, Pyridoxine B6, and Cyanocobalamin B12.[2]


Benefits


Vitamins and electrolytes are a natural part of your body. If they become depleted the body stops
functioning normally or you start feeling unhealthy. It is important to maintain the normal
balance of these nutrients in your body to keep your health up to mark.
The level of nutrients in your body depends on various factors such as age, metabolism, stress,
and general health. DripMe allows you to take this matter into your hand and enhance your
general health by ‘The Blue Pill’ IV therapy.

Vitamin B complexes can work wonders for your health. They can be considered as the super
boosters for your body. Different types of Vitamin B are present in ‘The Blue Pill’ drip by
DripMe, each having unique functions.
B1 (thiamine) – this vitamin is known for boosting energy levels and enhancing brain function.
B2 (riboflavin) - Riboflavin is an antioxidant and an energy booster.
B3 (niacin): Niacin plays a role in keeping your digestive and nervous system healthy.
B5 (pantothenic acid) - Like other B vitamins, it helps your body obtain energy from food.

B6 (pyridoxine): Pyridoxine is involved in amino acid metabolism and red blood cell
production.
B12 (cobalamin) - B12 is vital for neurological function, DNA production, and red blood cell
development.
Electrolytes are minerals that are distributed through the fluid in your body and facilitate
important bodily functions. ‘The Blue Pill’ drip by DripMe contains common electrolytes such
as potassium, magnesium, and calcium. Using this IV therapy will help you in controlling your
fluid balance, regulating your blood pressure, and maintaining the correct acidity of your blood.
[3] This will boost your health and make you feel fresh.
‘The Blue Pill’ general wellness drip by DripMe is an instant way to feel more healthy and
energized. You can also use it in combination with other products by DripMe such as NADH
infusion, Procaine infusion, Glutathione Push, or Vitamin C Infusion for even better results.
DripMe is providing the best IV drips in Manchester, so BUY NOW!
 

1. Stover, P.J., Vitamin B12, and older adults. Current opinion in clinical nutrition and metabolic
care, 2010. 13(1): p. 24.
2. Bellows, L. and R. Moore, Water-soluble vitamins: B-complex and vitamin C. Fact sheet
(Colorado State University. Extension). Food and nutrition series; no. 9.312, 2012.
3. Higdon, J., An evidence-based approach to vitamins and minerals health benefits and intake
recommendations. 2003: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.