How does an NAD+ infusion work?

A small IV is inserted into your arm while you sit in a comfortable recliner. The NAD+ is added to a saline hydration bag allowing the NAD+ to slowly drip directly into your blood stream. Depending on the amount of NAD+ being infused as well as your tolerance for the drug, this process can take anywhere between 1 – 4 hours. Adding a small amount of Ketamine to the infusion will greatly reduce the length of time needed for the NAD+ infusion.

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