If you are planning to do the IV Glutathione Shots it is important that you will do it with a Certified IV Therapist (Nurse and Medtech) or with a Doctor for safety. I do not personally recommend attempting to do it yourself or you will end up wasting the medicine.
Two Ways to Administer Glutathione Injections
1. Intravenous (IV) is the best way of administering Glutathione. The medicine directly goes into the vein and absorbed by the target cells. You can use your hands and arms. You have to rotate the site to avoid the overused of the veins that may cause vein collapse.
We hardly missed my vein when we are using the basilic and median cubital site.
About the pain when inserting the needle, you will feel a little pain, it actually depends to the hands of your therapist and your pain thresholds. In my experience from scale 1-10, hmmm, 3 i think. I don't feel any pain during the administration of glutathione. If you will be doing your glutathione shots with Vit C ampule be sure to do the skin testing first for allergy. I personally experienced Vit C allergy. I have used the generic vit c (with oil) twice via IV route and it really stings! You can mix the vit c ampule with little sterile water to lessen the pain during administration.
2. Intramuscular (IM) is the injection of a substance directly into a muscle. Deltoid muscle is commonly used site when doing IM. I don't recommend this because of the discomfort.