What is the active ingredient for NAD IV Therapy? NAD stands for Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide. It is Co-Enzyme 1, which turns into Niacin Vitamin B-3 once it enters the body. The reason we use NAD instead of a simple IV of B-3 is because with B-3 an individual would become extremely flushed and very sick. It would be impossible to put as much B-3 in a person, that would be necessary to achieve the positive benefits, without becoming extremely ill.
- Benefits of NAD IV Therapy include:
- Increase in energy
- Expedited brain healing and recovery
- Mood stabilizer
- Significant reduction in cravings
- Mental clarity
- Increased endurance
NAD IV therapy is used for alcohol and drug detox in a consecutive 10 to 14 day period of IV therapy. The benefit is that, during this treatment, there is no need for any narcotic medications such as Valium or Suboxone for detox. Patients report a 60-70% decrease in withdrawal symptoms with the NAD IV treatment! This co-enzyme saturates the brain and body with the nutrients it needs to recover faster. People report feeling like they would feel at 90 days sobriety at the end of this treatment.