Vitamin D3 Vial


Order a vial online and administer injections yourself at home, at your convenience. 

If it’s your first time ordering this product, we will call you (typically within 48 hours) to have or schedule a free in-person consultation with one of our medical professionals regarding this product. We will be able to confirm you are a proper candidate for this product and will be available to answer all of your questions you have as well as give you proper instructions on how to self-administer your injections at home. To expedite shipment of your product you may call our office directly once your order is placed and let us know that you would like to schedule an in-person consultation regarding the product you just purchased.

Each online order includes 10 syringes for administration. The typical dosage is 1/2-1mL per week (25,000 IU – 50,000 IU weekly).

Please note: If this is your first time ordering a vial to be shipped to your home, we require a free in-person consultation before it will be shipped. At this time, this product may only be shipped to Florida addresses.


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If you are a woman or man in your 30s, 40s or 50s, it’s time to think about vitamin D. This little wonder of a vitamin plays a central role in many body processes. Studies have linked it to preventing osteoporosis, heart disease diabetes, cancer and weight gain. If that seems like a lot of prevention in one little vitamin, you are right, it is. The problem, though, is that as many as half of adults are deficient in vitamin D and are therefore not receiving the benefits.

You may think of vitamin D as you do other vitamins such as your B vitamins. However vitamin D is unique in that it functions more similar to a hormone than a vitamin. And as known from deficiencies in other hormones such as insulin and thyroid hormone, that a hormonal deficiency can cause of multitude of seemingly unrelated problems.

For our menopausal women, It is so important to be aware of your intake of vitamin D because research is discovering its role in the prevention of many diseases and conditions that are more common as you age. You may be aware of vitamin D as a helper for absorbing calcium and building bones, but it is involved in many other processes that protect you from disease and health problems.

Depression? Vitamin D has been shown to have a positive effect on low mood and cognitive performance.

Did you know that Vitamin D has been studied for its role in treating and preventing other conditions, such as muscle weakness, irritable bowel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis, celiac disease, other autoimmune diseases and asthma and allergies. We are just beginning to understand how widespread its actions are and how integral it is in healthy body functioning.