Glutathione Injection VS Immunocal
By now, I’m sure you’re familiar with all the benefits of boosting your body’s Glutathione (GSH) levels. If you need a little refresher on the importance of GSH, click HERE.
One of the effective ways of raising GSH in your body is through GSH IV (also known as injectable glutathione, glutathione injections, etc).
In this method, you’ll be introducing GSH directly into your bloodstream, either via injections or IV (intravenous drips).
But what you might be wondering is how does Glutathione Injections compare to Immunocal?
Let’s find out:
GSH Levels your body after injection or Immunocal consumption:
Your blood glutathione levels will peak following administration. And then drops in some cases to even lower levels of glutathione than you had before the glutathione IV/ injection.
This rapid peak and tapering off is because of GSH’s short half life.
Immunocal only needs to be taken once a day. And since your cells are producing it from the precursors you are supplying them, it does not have a short half life.
Therefore levels rise and stay high if you take Immunocal once daily.
Effect on your Immune System
Injectable glutathione also does not raise glutathione in your lymphocytes, or white blood cells, where it can strengthen your immune system. It only raises glutathione in your blood serum.
OPTIMISES YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
Immunocal will raise and sustain your glutathione levels in your lymphocytes and blood serum! It provides the fuel your immune system needs to exert its full potential.
Would it help with Brain Degenerative conditions?
When you get GSH injections, these are unable to cross your blood/ brain barrier. So you won’t be able to effectively raise glutathione in the brain via this method.
This is especially important if you’re looking into glutathione supplementation to overcome neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s Disease, dementia, etc.
When taking Immunocal, you’ll be providing your body with the precursors for glutathione. This means that every cell in your body (Yes, that includes your brain cells as well!) would benefit from higher glutahtione levels. Because your body is able to make its own glutathione.
Thus it would give you beneficial impact on neurodegenerative conditions.
How about cost and convenience?
Getting glutathione injections would cost you more as they’d have to be administered by a medical doctor. You’d also have to leave the comfort of your home to get it, not forgetting the discomfort of having an injection.
Immunocal is much less expensive compared to GSH injections. Also you can drink it from the comfort of your home. Granted, you’d need to about a minute or less mixing it, but that’s it!
Gluathione Injection is indeed an effective way to raise your glutathione. However, unless you need your GSH levels to peak almost immediately, there is a much better alternative!
Are you ready to start taking Immunocal?