1849 Yonge Street, Suite 810, Toronto, ON M4S 1Y2
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High Dose Vitamin Clinic Near Me in Toronto & Across Ontario

We are a private downtown Toronto clinic that offers more than four different types of High Dose Vitamin C IV / intravenous drip injection therapies depending on your therapeutic needs.

We offer High Dose Vitamin C infusions from doses that range 5 to 75 grams. Our drips include magnesium, calcium, zinc, selenium, B6, B5, B12, B complex to complement the antioxidant potential of ascorbic acid.

We also offer other forms of Vitamin IV Drip Therapy in our Toronto Clinic.

We welcome clients from across Ontario, including North York, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Etobicoke, Scarborough, Oshawa, Whitby, Markham, and Mississauga.

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What is High Dose Vitamin C?

What are the possible side effects of High Dose Vitamin C Infusion therapy?

Patients who have a history of kidney stones should not undergo High Dose Vitamin C therapy.

Other possible side effects: Diarrhea-Nausea-Vomiting-Heartburn-Abdominal cramps-Headache-Insomnia

Can I drink alcohol the day before and then have a High Dose Vitamin C drip?

If you are undergoing a Vitamin C drip greater than 5 grams we strongly advise against ingesting alcohol the day before or the day of your treatment. Any substance that dehydrates you will put extra stress on your system exacerbating the possible side effects of this treatment and diminishing the treatment effectiveness overall.

In fact, you will receive an email upon booking that strongly advises coming VERY hydrated to your appointment. Along with having eaten a meal at least 1.5 hours before your treatment time.

Is there a difference between natural and synthetic ascorbic acid?

They are exactly the same.

Current science shows that whether you ingest Vitamin C supplements or eat an orange, the body takes in the vitamin the exact same way.

What are contraindications for high-dose vitamin C therapy?

Patients with a history of kidney disease or kidney failure have reported effects after treatment with high-dose vitamin C.
Patients who are likely to develop kidney stones should not be treated with high-dose vitamin C.
High dose vitamin C has shown in case reports to cause hemolysis, the destruction of red blood cells, in patients with an inherited disease called G6PD deficiency.
If you suspect that you have hemochromatosis, a condition in which the body takes up more iron than it needs, high dose vitamin C is not recommended.