Our clinicians offer a variety of injectable vitamins alone or in combinations. Below are just examples. Please enquire for any specific requirements.  


Vitamin C therapy (intermediate - high dose: less than 15 gram/dose)

Vitamin C is considered a true all-rounder and thus occupies a special position among micronutrients. The functions and tasks range from collagen building to a pronounced strengthening of our immune system. Vitamin C appears to be important in the syntheses of various hormones and neurotransmitters such as 5-hydroxytryptophan (the precursor of serotonin) thus Influencing mood.

Vitamin C megadose therapy (the Riordan protocol)

In addition to the intermediate - high strength vitamin C, we also provide specialist megadoses for specific illnesses. 

The Riordan intravenous vitamin C protocol involves the slow infusion of massive doses of vitamin C. This is an extremely complex area and involves multiple infusions and testing. Please click on this link to have access to the full Riordan protocol. We also provide a slightly less intensive vitamin c therapy based on the Riordan clinic i.v Vitamin c Push protocol. 

Activated Vitamin B12/Folic acid triple injection

Vitamin B12 deficiency is common, this could be the result of poor nutritional intake (e.g. vegans), poor absorption or poor activation. Low B12 can cause: Fatigue, dizziness, anaemia and other blood count disorders such as low platelets and white cells, nerve damage, neuropathy, tingling in hands and feet, muscle weakness, memory and concentration disorders, depressed moods and dementia. 

Vitamin B12 can be administered by intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous administration. Hydroxocobalamin is the most commonly used form of vitamin B12 (This is the B12 you can get from your GP if you have severe deficiencies or if you can not absorb the oral form). At Leicester Ozone Clinic we use the activated forms of vitamin B12: Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin. This is because some people lack the enzymatic process needed to convert the inactive Hydroxocobalamin to the active forms Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin. 

The metabolism of B12 (in its 2 active forms)is closely linked to that of folate. We therefore advice to administer them in a triple injection at the same time. 


Multi-mineral / Multi-vitamin / Multi-aminoacid infusion: The Myer's cocktail+

At LOC we have the ultimate combination of minerals, essential amino acids and vitamins in activated forms when necessary. This is called the "ATP concentrate". 1 ampule of ATP concentrate diluted in 250 ml isotonic saline solution and infused over 30 minutes contains the following ingredients in milligrams:

L-arginine 500 (amino acid)

Glycine 250 (amino acid)

Taurine 250 (amino acid)

L-carnosine 125mg L-carnosine 

Magnesium DL hydrogen aspartate 125mg

Thiamine HCl 25mg (B1)

Riboflavin-5-phosphate 2.5mg (B2)

Nicotinamide 25mg (B3)

D-Panthenol 25mg (B5)

Pyridoxine HCl 25mg (B6)

Adenosylcobalamin 0.25mg (Activated B12)

L-lysine 250mg (amino acid) 

N-acetyl L-tyrosine 125mg (amino acid)

Potassium DL Hydrogenase Section Hemihydrate 125mg

Hydroxocobalamin 0.25mg (B12)

Methylcobalamin 1.25mg (Activated B12)