Multi Vitamins and Vitamin Drips
Vitamins can be taken orally, by intramuscular injection (IM), or directly into the blood stream( IV)
When taken orally, vitamins have to pass through the digestive tract.
In all cases, a large percentage of the vitamin will be lost due to acid breakdown.
There is also a condition called folate malabsorption which interferes with the body being able to absorb B vitamins, (folates)
When vitamins are injected directly into the muscle they ae quickly absorbed into the body and go straight to work. Having bypassed the digestive tract they have no need of any additives which are present in oral vitamins.
Intravenous drip infusions
With IV infusions, vitamins and minerals are delivered directly into the blood stream allowing 100% of nutrients to be immediately available for cellular use.