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NAD+ (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) is a coenzyme critical to every cell and many metabolic processes in our bodies. NAD+ facilitates and catalyzes some of the most important cellular processes in our bodies. While your body produces its own NAD,  levels begin to drop as people age. Because NAD is found in every cell, depletion can negatively impact every system in your body in one way or another.

NAD supports healthy aging, helps our DNA repair itself, makes our cells resistant to stress while protecting our brains, and helps us eat and sleep at the right times. Whether you’re dealing with chronic fatigue due to illness or simply experiencing the effects of aging, NAD+ injections offer numerous benefits:

  • Increases mental cognition and results in better mental clarity, greater concentration, and better memory.
  • Improves metabolism and restores energy  resulting in better physical performance and greater endurance.
  • Benefits conditions such as depression, anxiety, addictive tendencies, and mood disorders.
  • Resets circadian rhythms and improves sleep quality.
  • Slows the overall aging process and age-related conditions.

High-quality oral supplements may help boost NAD, but they often lose their potency during digestion. Much of the beneficial properties never actually make it to your cells. Once it enters your circulatory system, NAD is quickly transported to the cells throughout your body that need it the most. Injection of NAD+ seems to be secure and well-tolerated. Side effects may include headache, shortness of breath and constipation.

The production of NAD+ provides an edge when it comes to the anti-aging game, allowing us to slow down the aging process and boost mitochondrial function.

Recommended dosing is 50mg twice weekly for 2 weeks, then three times weekly for 2 weeks.


Vitamin C is one supplement often recommended for daily use. It is an easy way to help and enhance the immune system, and act as an anti-viral and antioxidant. However, our body does not produce vitamin C, which means that we need to source it from our diet (or supplementation). It is found in citrus fruits and vegetables such as peppers, tomatoes, broccoli, and spinach.

While oral administration is the most common way to get this important nutrient, the injectable route is a more efficient and faster way to achieve a vitamin c boost. Oral supplements need to go through a long digestion process before they reach the bloodstream. The body only receives about 15% of the vitamin after digestion. However, injections bypass the digestive system and go straight to your bloodstream, achieving a 70-fold higher blood level.

In addition to overall health and wellness, specific benefits include:

  • Creates a strong immune system
  • Improved quality and appearance of skin, youthful look by facilitating production of collagen.
  • Increased antioxidant protection of cells against free radicals leading to disease and aging.
  • Aids in tissue growth and repair, even wound healing.
  • Increases neurotransmitter levels to enhance cognitive function and mood.
  • Increased energy and improved stress response.


Vitamin C is not considered to be toxic, even in high quantities. Side effects are limited, but can include, nausea, diarrhea, and injection site pain/redness. It can be used in combination with other vitamins, and topicals containing vitamin C.

Vitamin C has always been a staple in most people’s daily health and wellness routine. With its many benefits, an injectable form provides higher potency and faster, noticeable benefits. Recommended injectable dosage is 200mg 1-3 times weekly for 4-6 weeks.






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