Frank Stewart

May 22, 2018 at 04:20 o\clock

Vitamin Drips – Celebrities Reveal Secret In Surviving Hollywood

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The rise of iv vitamin drips can be attributed to celebrities who have used the treatment in helping them survive long and hectic work schedules. Years ago IV infusion was only associated with hospitals and illness. Today, we’ll look at ways how an iv drip therapy plays a role in these famous people’s lives.

Entertainment reporter Sophie Goulopoulos wrote an article in MailOnline how actress Ruby Rose gets through her crazy work by getting IV vitamin drips:

“She eats well and she doesn’t smoke or drink, but from time to time even Ruby Rose needs a little boost to be able to keep her health tip top.

The Orange Is The New Black took to Instagram on Thursday to share her secret, and the answer is a vitamin cocktail sent straight into her bloodstream at a clinic in Melbourne at a cost of $289.

In the caption, GQ Australia’s Woman Of The Year explained: ‘Vitamin pills don’t sit well in my stomach and this goes straight into my blood, this will get me through the next month of crazy work!’ 

So that's how she does it! Ruby Rose (right) and her fiancee Phoebe Dahl kick back with vitamin IVs to prepare them for a hectic schedule

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Source: MailOnline

Chris Heath, a GQ correspondent, sat down with Simon Cowell to find out more about this famous reality television judge and producer. In the published article Cowell follows a particular routine – weekly intravenous vitamin therapy with B12, magnesium, vitamin C.

“Sometimes he has it done in the office, sometimes at home. Before the needle goes in, Cowell’s arm is frozen with a spray so that it doesn’t hurt.

“Even when I’m having a viewing session with producers,” he says, “she just sticks a needle in me and we carry on doing whatever we’re doing.”

He is connected to the IV for around half an hour.


“When you have it done, it’s an incredibly warm feeling,” he testifies. “You feel all the vitamins going through you. It’s indescribable but very calming, and then it gives you energy for a good few days afterward.”

This procedure was recommended to him two or three years ago by a friend, Dannii Minogue (former UK X Factor judge and sister of Kylie), and through Cowell, its popularity has been spreading.

“Everyone I’ve recommended it to, they’ve absolutely loved it,” he says. “It sounds odd, but when you have it, it is fantastic….”

Full interview appeared on “Simon Cowell is a Very Odd Boy

Other celebrities such as Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, and Rita Ora posted pictures on their social media account getting vitamin drips. If you’re considering having one, getting an IV therapy in Toronto is now made easier. Reach out to Dr. Amauri Caversan to learn more about the treatment process.

For additional information, read “Intravenous Vitamin Therapy – What, Why, Where, How?”


The article "Vitamin Drips – Celebrities Reveal Secret In Surviving Hollywood" was originally appeared on Dr. Amauri Caversan.

May 15, 2018 at 07:11 o\clock

Writing my first the meantime, check out this cool post I found:

Manuka Honey Helps Fight Allergies And Hay Fever, Expert Claims


Try a spoonful of manuka honey when you get the sniffles this summer


For those who suffer from hay fever, enjoying all that summer has to offer is far easier said than done.

As beautiful as the weather can be, attempting to make the most of it can seem fruitless when you have to simultaneously endure a runny nose, itchy eyes and a persistent cough. 

While it’s important to consult your doctor so that they can recommend the ideal medication to help you cope with your hay fever, an expert claims that regularly consuming manuka honey could also help soothe your symptoms. 


Tracy Lockwood, a registered dietitian based in New York City, detailed how the MGL (methylglyoxal) that’s found in manuka honey can prove extremely beneficial for those experiencing a runny nose as a result of hay fever. 

“The active ingredient, MGL methylglyoxal, has been shown to be effective for treatments against nasal mucus - which is [one of the symptoms] you experience when you have allergies,” she told Well+Good.

“The direct relationship isn’t pegged to allergies, but manuka honey’s active ingredient can be an effective treatment for nasal mucus regardless of its source, whether it’s a cold, flu, allergies, or respiratory infection.”

Methylglyoxal can also be referred to as MGO on jars of manuka honey. Manuka honey contains far greater quantities of MGO than normal honey, as True Honey Co. explains.

You can still rely on a spoonful of standard honey in your evening chamomile tea to help clear your nose and make you make you feel more relaxed.

However, chances are that a spoonful of manuka honey could prove far more effective.

“Honey in general can kill the bacteria in our bodies and in biofilms, which are communities of cells sticking to surfaces in our mucuses,” said Ms Lockwood.


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“Manuka honey can be used medicinally because of that MGL and will go the extra mile, but regular raw honey can help.”

Providing hay fever and cold sufferers with a bit of light relief isn’t the only supposed advantage of manuka honey.

While many of the benefits of manuka honey are still speculatory, it can apparently be used to help treat burns and wounds, as stated by the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database. 

Furthermore, some individuals even claim that the sweet substance can be used as a treatment for acne.


This article " Manuka Honey Helps Fight Allergies And Hay Fever, Expert Claims"  was originally publish in INDEPENDENT by Sabrina Barr