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Phosphatidylcholine IV

Phosphatidylcholine Essential N

Price info $90 for one vial / call for pricing for additional dosing

Do you struggle with brain fog? Are you having any memory concerns or cognitive changes? Any risk of toxicity to your brain such as mold or heavy metals? If so, you should consider implementing Phosphatidylcholine (PC) into your treatment program, and it is especially supportive when given intravenously.

Phosphatidylcholine is a phospholipid that is an important component of all cell membranes. It protects all cells from toxin induced damage and inflammation. PC will cross the blood brain barrier and assist the neurons in working more efficiently with more fluidity and less inflammation. It will help clear our mycotoxins in the brain when adding glutathione as well. It may alleviate headaches, brain fog and fatigue and help sharpen focus.


PC is a phospholipid that is an important component of all cell membranes. The body makes a brain chemical called acetylcholine from phosphatidylcholine. Acetylcholine is important for memory and other bodily functions. In order to keep our blood brain barrier functioning optimally it is important to have lipids, such as choline to stabilize the cell membrane that regulates our brain. If we destabilize our membrane then we can have decreased focus and memory. Phospholipids can be very healing to the brain by returning the lipid layer to its natural state. 

Utilizing PC in the body, and especially intravenously, can help improve brain function and memory and even support conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.      

Choline rich foods are: egg yolks, organic soybeans, sunflower seeds, nuts, organ meats and whole grains.

Phosphatidylcholine IV Therapy

We have seen remarkable success using IV PC in our practice for memory and focus. Also, when given with IV glutathione, PC will help glutathione cross the blood brain barrier and help clear out toxins, chemicals, mycotoxins from mold and support any oxidative damage that might have occurred as a result. It’s an oil change for your brain!

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