Glutathione Therapy

Glutathione is an essential antioxidant for optimal health and wellness.

In fact, it is found in every cell in the body. The job of glutathione is to neutralize free radicals, thereby preventing damage to the cells. Glutathione is a critical component to reducing inflammation and enhances the functions of the immune system.


  • Parkinsonism Disease

    • Alzheimer’s Disease

    • Stroke

    • Cancer treatment

    • Heart disease

    • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    • Irritable bowel syndrome

Gluthathione therapy

Glutathione can be provided intravenously and by injection via the muscle. This method is often used to prevent the poisonous side effects of cancer treatments.  Intravenous glutathione is used to prevent anemia in kidney patients undergoing treatment, preventing kidney problems, treating Parkinson’s disease, improving blood flow and decreasing clotting in individuals with hardening of the arteries. This method has also been used in the treatment of diabetes and preventing the toxic side effects of chemotherapy.

Treatment Protocol

Frequently Asked questions

1.   What is glutathione used for?
It has been used to treat all symptoms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, stroke, ALS, irritable bowel, and chronic fatigue.

2 . What improvement in symptoms can one expect?
Many patients have had profound improvements with respect to reduction of rigidity, increased mobility, improved ability to speak, less depression, and decreased tremor. Glutathione has the added benefit of protecting the brain from free radical damage, thus possibly slowing the progression of the underlying illness.

3. How long can a person take glutathione and how long will the effect last after I stop using it?
It can be taken permanently. In the 1996 Italian study the therapeutic effect lasted 2-4 months after therapy was stopped.

4. How long has this treatment been used?
Physicians have been using glutathione infusions for at least 30 years, probably longer.


5. What studies prove it work or are there any studies that prove it works?
The landmark study was done by the Department of Neurology, University of Sassari, Italy in 1996. In this study all patients improved significantly after glutathione therapy with a 42% decline in disability.