GSH High Dose Injection HOMEKIT w/ TeleHealth Physicians Consultation
Home Kit Includes:
30 Day supply of High Dose GSH (15 Injections, 400mg per injection)
Physician Consultation [online]
Intramuscular (IM) Injection, self-administered in frontal thigh area.
Video tutorial provided after purchase.
The purpose of the our High Dose GSH injection is to improve mood and depressive symptoms.
Glutathione has a side effect of causing mild overall skin lightening in some patients.
Three times per week
– Improves Depressive symptoms
– Improves Mood and Focus
– Improves skin and scarring
– Slows down the aging process
– Reduces muscle and joint discomfort
– Strengthens the immune system
– Reduces the effects of stress and anxiety
A physician will call you within 24 hours of purchase.
THIS IS A REFRIGERATED PRODUCT AND REQUIRES 1-3 DAY SHIPPING AT CHECKOUT
Glutathione and Depression: Correlation Through Science
Prolonged bouts of sadness, loss of interest in activities, and negative feelings towards oneself are just some of the signs that you may have Major Depressive Disorder (Depression). Depression is one of the most prevalent diagnoses in the United States, affecting anywhere from 15 to 20 million people yearly. Traditional treatments for depression involve treating the symptoms of depression but are largely unsuccessful in treating the underlying cause. New data suggests that oxidative stress and lower Glutathione levels play a larger role in depression than was once thought.
You are walking down a busy hallway and notice everyone appears to be happy, everyone that is, except for you. It’s difficult for you to put your finger on just what it is that is making you sad, but you know for certain that you are sad. There’s an emptiness that burrows inside, an emptiness that makes you unable to enjoy activities that once were your most favored pastimes. So, what changed?
You make this inquiry of your doctor, and in the traditional practice of clinicians he offers to start you on anti-depressant medications targeting serotonin/dopamine levels. Far from guaranteeing to work, these medications can cause all sorts of unwanted side effects that can have debilitating effects on your wellbeing. Weight gain, sleep disturbance, feelings of being sick, are all side effects that can be triggered by starting a regimen of prescription anti-depressant medications.
Studies published by the National Institute of Health indicate lower levels of glutathione may be an early marker of depression. Glutathione is the major free radical scavenger in the brain, lower levels of this antioxidant elevate cellular vulnerability to oxidative stress. Malondialdehyde (MDA) levels are used as a biomarker to measure oxidative stress.
The brain, in particular, due to its higher oxygen consumption and weaker antioxidant defense, is more vulnerable to oxidative stress. Treating these characteristics of the brain with suitable antioxidants such as glutathione can be an effective strategy in combating major depressive disorder.
Glutathione, being the most powerful of antioxidants, is able to cross the blood-brain-barrier, where it protects against oxidative stress by playing an antioxidative role. Whereas glutathione prevents cell damage, having insufficient levels of this antioxidant will lead to the onset and progression of many diseases. Lower levels of glutathione remain one of the primary markers of individuals who have neurogenerative diseases.
“OS (oxidative stress) is a main cause of neurodegeneration and its involvement in the pathogenesis of major depressive disorder is unequivocally established (PubMed.ncbi.nlm.gov).” You’re probably thinking, “Okay, I have seen a glutathione supplement at my local grocery store, I’ll just pick that up.” According to PubMed, Glutathione has a “very low bioavailability,” meaning that it is not easily absorbed through oral supplementation.
During the digestion process, the stomach churns and mixes food with acids and enzymes, breaking down content into ever smaller pieces. This acidic environment, although ideal for digestion, causes the bonds between the three amino groups of glutathione to dissolve, resulting in the remints being excreted.
Glutathione via intravenous therapy (IV) bypasses the digestive system and allows for the benefits of glutathione to be felt more quickly and in higher concentrations. Taken through IV infusion therapy, glutathione directly enters into the bloodstream without any degradation of the bonds holding the tripeptide together.
In summary, high malondialdehyde levels indicate oxidative stress levels are high. Oxidative stress has been established as a cause of major depressive disorder (depression). Glutathione is able to cross the blood-brain-barrier, where it protects against oxidative stress by playing an antioxidative role. IV infusion therapy is the most effective route of administration for glutathione.
- Role of oxidative stress in depression (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32404275/#:~:text=The%20brain%20is%20more%20vulnerable,(MDD)%20is%20unequivocally%20established)
- Effects of N-acetylcysteine, oral glutathione (GSH) and a novel sublingual form of GSH on oxidative stress markers: A comparative crossover study.
Ingredients: GSH (glutathione) 400mg per injection
REQUIREMENT: All our at-home kits include a tele-medicine consultation with a physician at no additional cost. Upon approval of the physician, medications are shipped out. If for any reason, the physician does not approve, you will be instantly refunded. After purchase of this product, a physician will call you within 24 hour.