Myers' Cocktail Infusion

In a society with professional and private stress factors, many people feel increasingly tired and exhausted, and find it difficult to get to sleep in the evening or concentrate during the day. In such cases, the highly effective Myers cocktail helps to improve performance, stress resistance and a good night's sleep.

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What is the infusion for?

  • Relaxation for stress
  • Energy boost for tiredness and fatigue
  • Improved concentration and mental health
  • Supports the gastrointestinal tract in irritable bowel syndrome
  • Minimizes long covid symptoms
  • Strengthens general well-being

Treatment details

Treatment duration:
45-60 minutes
Treatment therapy:
8-12 times
from CHF 170 per infusion
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The high-dose effective vitamin/mineral combination

The “Myers’ cocktail” goes back to the American physician Dr. John Myers, who is regarded as one of the pioneers in the administration of vitamins and minerals by intravenous means. Myers’ basic idea was to use infusions of micronutrients to bypass the digestive system and thus increase the vitamin and mineral levels in the blood very quickly. This infusion is used for exhaustion, chronic tiredness, fatigue, poor performance, before or after sporting activities and for convalescence after illness or surgery. It can also be administered to increase performance and general well-being.

Notes on the treatment

Before the treatment:
Make sure you have had enough to drink. Have a light meal before you come in for treatment.

After the treatment:
Rest and drink plenty of fluids.

Treatment therapy

The optimum treatment intensity is determined individually:

  • Infusions 1-3 times a week over 3-4 weeks
  • At the beginning approx. 10-12 infusions, after we might recommend interval treatments
    Time required: approx. 45-60 minutes per session.

Areas of application

  • Reduced performance, physical and mental stress
  • Exhaustion, fatigue, poor performance
  • Chronic tiredness
  • Before or after sporting activities
  • Convalescence from illness or after operations
  • Increased performance and general well-being


The normal composition of the “Myers’ Cocktail” consists of various B vitamins (B complex), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), calcium, magnesium, possibly zinc and selenium. The special combination of vitamins and minerals supplies the cells and organs with vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids.

Do you have any remaining questions?

Find the most important answers in our FAQs, or contact us. We will be happy to help you.

The Myers’ Cocktail is an intravenous vitamin and nutrient infusion containing various B vitamins, vitamin C, magnesium, calcium and sometimes other nutrients such as zinc and selenium. It was developed by Dr. John Myers and is used to treat various health conditions and improve general well-being.

This infusion is generally very well tolerated. A feeling of thirst sometimes occurs during the infusion. In individual cases, mild nausea or temporary headaches may occur.

The cocktail is administered intravenously, which means that the nutrients enter the bloodstream directly. This method enables a higher absorption of vitamins and minerals compared to oral intake.

This infusion is a self-pay service, but it is possible that the costs of the infusion may be covered by suitable supplementary insurance.

The duration of an infusion can vary, usually lasting between 20 minutes and 1 hour, depending on the specific composition and volume of the solution.

Some people report immediate benefits, such as increased energy and improved well-being, while others may notice gradual benefits after several sessions.

Various aspects speak in favor of infusion therapy compared to oral administration.

  • Rapid effect: Infusions allow medication or nutrients to enter the bloodstream directly, which leads to a faster and more efficient effect.
  • Bypassing the digestive system: Some substances are broken down or poorly absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract. Infusions bypass this process so that more of the active ingredient is available.
  • More precise dosing: Infusions allow precise control over the dosage of medication or nutrients, which is particularly important for substances that need to be dosed precisely.
  • Reduction of side effects: For patients who are sensitive to certain medications or have difficulty tolerating them, an infusion can often be gentler.
  • High doses can be administered: Certain therapeutic approaches, such as high-dose infusions, cannot be implemented orally, as high oral doses are not tolerated or cannot be absorbed effectively.