The PK Protocol utilizes a special form of Phosphatidylcholine (PC) called Essentiale. This IV is different from other nutrient IVs in that it is particularly focused on restoring the health of our cell and organelle membranes. Since PC is an integral component of membranes, this IV can allow for quick repair of broken down cells, membrane channels, and mitochondria, leading to more efficient, healthy cellular function. Since membranes are so important for structural integrity as well as cell to cell communication, this IV can be helpful in fatigue, chronic infection, inflammation, and many other conditions. Also includes B12, Glutathione, and Leucovorin.

  • Specialized IV that improves structure and function of membranes
  • Wide range of uses
  • Particularly helpful in cases of chronic underlying infection
  • Can be helpful in cases of sensitivity to other nutrients
  • Also helpful for adrenal exhaustion and fatigue

The PK Protocol system is a new, clinically proven method for health care professionals to provide safe and efficient detoxification methods for the brain and the Central Nervous System. It has been developed by Dr. Patricia Kane, PhD. and her team.

The approach of the PK protocol is to initiate detoxification at the cellular level addressing the essential fatty acid metabolism and establishing phospholipid stability.

The PK Protocol includes targeted supplementation and intravenous therapy, to support membrane phospholipids, methylation and sulfation.

This stabilizes the health of the cells, and consequently the health of the brain and the body.

The PK protocol addresses the systemic nature of neurotoxic and toxic syndromes and can be helpful with conditions for the following conditions:

ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), Lyme, MS, Depression, Autism, Parkins.

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