We have a variety of IV infusion blends that support various wellness goals. Here are a few, and their purposes:
IV infusions allow for direct delivery of medications, fluids, and nutrients into the bloodstream.
This route of administration bypasses the digestive system, ensuring quick absorption and immediate availability of the substances to the body.
With IV infusions, healthcare professionals have precise control over the dosage of medications and fluids administered to patients.
This level of accuracy is particularly important in situations where a specific amount of medication or fluid needs to be delivered to achieve the desired therapeutic effect.
Hydration & Nutritional Support
IV infusions are commonly used to provide hydration and nutritional support to patients who are unable to consume fluids or nutrients orally.
Whether due to illness, surgery, or other medical conditions, some patients may require IV fluids to maintain proper hydration levels and receive essential nutrients directly into their bloodstream.
Ingredients include Magnesium, calcium, B12, B complex and Vitamin C.
Ingredients include Magnesium, calcium, B12, B complex, Vitamin C, zinc.
Magnesium, Selenium, B complex, Vitamin C, and finished with an IV push of glutathione.
Ingredients include Magnesium, calcium, B12, B complex and Vitamin C, selenium, followed by a push of glutathione.
Ingredients include Magnesium, calcium, B12, B complex, Vitamin C, and biotin all followed up with a glutathione push.
Ingredients include Magnesium, zinc, B complex, and Vitamin C, with a push of glutathione followed by some alpha lipoic acid and finished with an injection of Lipo-C.
Ingredients include calcium, B12, B complex, Vitamin C, folic acid, and a push of glutathione along with some NAD+
Ingredients include Magnesium, calcium, B12, B complex and Vitamin C, Famotidine to reduce heartburn and other GI symptoms Ketorolac to calm your headache, body aches, and general discomfort. Zofran for nausea. Dexamethasone to calm inflammation associated with hangovers.