Vitamin infusions are performed by inserting a cannula into one of your peripheral veins. This is identical to what they do in the hospital if you arrive dehydrated. A healthcare professional will insert an IV into an appropriate vein in your arm. Then, a high quality sterilized vitamin infusion kit will be prepared that meets your personalized needs. The vitamin kit will then be infused at the appropriate rate. Vitamin infusions are useful since intravenously infused vitamins reach much higher levels in your bloodstream than you can achieve by eating foods or taking supplements. In fact, receiving a Myers cocktail frequently gives patients a metallic taste in their mouth due to exceptionally high vitamin levels.