Repair, restore & protect with help from the body’s master antioxidant—all at a fraction of the cost of IV infusions.

GSH Injection - Do More
GSH Injection - Do More
GSH Injection

Do More, Age Less

  • Leader of the body’s antioxidant defense system

  • Reduces cellular degeneration caused by aging & stress

  • Lessens free radical damage linked to degenerative diseases

  • Shown to reduce chronic inflammation

  • Supports a healthier immune system

  • Rx-grade GSH prescribed by licensed physician

  • Each injection (0.5mL/cc) contains 100mg of GSH

  • Administered subcutaneously up to 5x per week


Background & History

  • Natural GSH supply is limited and declines with age & stress

  • Poor lifestyle habits & environmental factors (e.g. pollution) accelerate rate of decline

  • Depleted levels linked to neurodegenerative, pulmonary & cardiovascular diseases

  • Helps eliminate toxins, protect cells & restore general health/wellbeing

  • More effective than oral forms that have low bioavailability

  • More cost effective & convenient than IV infusions

  • Routinely tested for purity & potency, unlike OTC brands

GSH Injection - Background and History
GSH Injection - Background and History

Why AgelessRx?

Our goal is to help you reach your longevity goals, whatever they may be. Restore your health and gain peace of mind with Rx-grade, physician-selected ingredients sourced from a certified U.S. compounding pharmacy.

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What the GSH
Science Says

Glutathione (GSH), often referred to as 'the master antioxidant,' participates not only in antioxidant defense systems, but many metabolic processes, and therefore its role cannot be overstated. GSH deficiency causes cellular risk for oxidative damage and thus as expected, GSH imbalance is observed in a wide range of pathological conditions including tuberculosis (TB), HIV, diabetes, cancer, and aging.

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  • One 10mL vial, needles & syringes

  • Supplies approx. 20 injections

  • 200mg/mL (2,000mg per vial)

  • Formulated by certified pharmacy

  • FREE 2-Day Shipping

CODE GSHINJ10$10 off first shipment & FREE medical evaluation

$195 / vial

one-time purchase  |  free shipping



  • One 10mL vial, needles & syringes

  • 4-week supply (approx. 20 injections)

  • 200mg/mL (2,000mg per vial)

  • Formulated by certified pharmacy

  • FREE 2-Day Shipping

CODE GSHINJ10$10 off first shipment & FREE medical evaluation

$175 / month

billed monthly  |  shipped monthly

Currently unavailable to ship to CA, HI or NM.

You will be automatically billed & sent refills based on your plan

You can cancel at any time before your next shipment

*Prescription products require an online evaluation with a physician who will determine if a prescription is appropriate. See below for important safety information. Benefits outlined on are based on 3rd party studies. GSH Injections are offered as a subscription service you can cancel at any time. Actual product packaging may appear differently than shown.



How do I administer the injection?

GSH injections are administered subcutaneously. First, clean the injection site and top of the vial with rubbing alcohol. Next, draw up the prescribed amount with the provided insulin needle and syringe and inject into fatty tissue. The recommended dose is 0.5mL (100mg GSH) per injection up to five (5) times per week.

Where on my body should I use the injection?

Ideally, the injection is administered into a fatty layer of skin, such as: back of arm, abdomen, or flank/lumbar region.

Can I use GSH injections along with NAD+ injections?

Yes! It is safe to administer both on the same day; however, if you are just starting out, you may consider alternating days between injections to see how your body responds. Be sure to refrigerate your GSH and NAD+ solutions upon arrival and when not in use.


All medications have the potential for side effects. Side effects may vary based on the individual. 

Most Common GSH Side Effects

  • Irritation at the injection site

  • Gastrointestinal discomfort (nausea, bloating, cramping)

  • A rotten egg (sulfur) taste in the mouth, usually mild


If irritation at the injection site occurs, you can: consider alternating injection sites on the body, apply an over-the-counter itch cream (preferably with hydrocortisone), use injections less frequently, or discontinue use entirely.


Signs of an allergic reaction to glutathione may include hives, itching, swelling of the face or lips, tongue or throat, or difficulty breathing. If any of this occurs, discontinue use and seek emergency care.

Other Important Safety Information

Taking glutathione long-term may lead to lower zinc levels. Avoid taking glutathione if you're sensitive to it or allergic to any related ingredients. Do not use GSH if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Note: The above statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.