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At-Home Treatments

Vitamin IVs

The Hydrator

Did you know it can take the body up to two hours to absorb 500ml of water? IV fluids on the other hand will absorb immediately, making them a much more effective and efficient form of hydration.


Lactated Ringers

Nurse’s Note

We use Lactated Ringers in almost all of our IV bags because it contains electrolytes and is more hydrating than Saline.

The Energizer

Need a little pep in your step? You want some Vitamin B Complex. This combo includes all of the B vitamins which optimizes everything from your skin to energy to digestive function.


Thiamine (Vitamin B1), Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5), Pyridoxine (Vitamin B6), Biotin, Folic Acid and the Cobalamins (Vitamin B12), Lactated Ringers

The Detox

Feeling a little toxic? This powerful antioxidant helps metabolize toxins and carcinogens in the body, activates enzymes, and prevents oxidative cell damage.


Glutathione, Lactated Ringers

The Wellness

Ideal for anyone looking to keep their body feeling and looking strong.


Vitamin C, B 12, B-Complex, Zinc, Magnesium Sulfate, Lactated Ringers

The Hangover Remedy

Big night? Not feeling so great now? This pain-relieving, anti-oxidant blend has you covered.


Glutathione Push, Zofran, Toradol, Lactated Ringers

The Super Immune

Fighting something? This drip is ideal for anyone fighting a current ailment and looking to guard themselves from future illness.


High Dose Vitamin C, Magnesium Sulfate, B Complex, B 12, Zinc, Lactated Ringers



Not bouncing back the way you used to? NAD+ is believed to improve your brain health, increase the efficiency of regenerative cells, stimulate anti-aging genes, repair your DNA, combat fatigue, and boost your metabolism.


NAD+, TMG, SAMe, Quercetin, Saline

Nurse’s Note

Please let us know if you are planning on getting NAD+ a few days ahead of time, as our protocol entails us shipping you supplements to take 24 hours before treatment.

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