IV Therapy

Despite drastically improved living conditions in developed countries, nutritional deficiencies can still contribute to countless conditions that patients face. Although malnourishment is generally associated with developing countries, the prevalence of malnutrition in the United States has climbed to 25-54% among patients admitted to hospitals.

Even worse, many patients eating a complete diet will still be unable to absorb most macro- and micronutrients due to gastrointestinal problems such as intestinal permeability. A strong case can be made that, despite modern advances in medicine and surgery, nutrition in developed countries has regressed due to mass processing of most foods, which harms the gut and makes it more difficult to absorb micronutrients taken by mouth. We can’t really say we are what we eat unless we actually absorb it.

Micronutrients include vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and amino acids that serve major roles in metabolic processes, cognitive homeostasis, antioxidant properties, and tissue function. Additionally, many of these ingredients, although typically thought of as just basic nutritional components, can have much more powerful effects when used in certain amounts through intravenous therapy. High-dose IV vitamin C therapy is a prime example, as such blood levels and effects could never be achieved orally.

Micronutrient deficiency affects approximately 2 billion people worldwide. This can be attributed to poor diets, obesity, aging, or simply the lower micronutrient concentration in today’s food supply as a result of mass farming. An imbalance of these nutrients has shown to exacerbate many conditions including the exhibiting of key traits of cancer through DNA damage, neuronal decay in the central nervous system, and premature aging through mitochondrial decay. It can also cause fatigue and a general decrease in patients’ quality of life.

Types of IV Therapies And THE Benefits

The two main types are Pump Infusion and Drip Infusion- they differ in duration and medium of transmission. In the United States, Pump Infusion is the most popular method for IV Therapy. The pump is connected to your IV line and sends medicine and a solution, such as sterile saline, into your catheter in a gradual, secure manner. Pumps can also be used when the medication dose must be accurate and controlled.

The Drip Infusion method uses gravity to transfer a consistent amount of medication over a fixed period. The medicine and solution drip from a bag through a tube and into your catheter with a drip.


The benefits will vary depending on the condition healed, the protocol used, the client’s overall well-being, and the number of treatments. Some of the positives are:

  • Stronger immunity (helps avoid a cold or flu)
  • Increased sports healing time
  • Higher energy levels and enhanced mood
  • Boosts concentration and focus
  • Steady blood sugar levels
  • Corrected sleeping pattern
  • Improved jetlag
  • Improved hangover
  • Lessened occurrences of migraines
  • Boosted fertility and hormonal imbalance
  • Enhances complexion
  • Diminished signs of aging

IV Vitamin Infusion

IV vitamin infusion therapy comprises injecting an IV line within a vein in your arm to deliver a high concentration of liquid vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids, and minerals into your blood vessels. The therapy may be for only a single vitamin or a cocktail of multiple nutrients. Each treatment session can last anywhere between 20 minutes to one hour.




Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), B Complex, Zinc Chloride


  • Flushes toxins
  • Hydrates and replenishes vitamins
  • Protects against infection



Combining folic acid, B12, L-taurine and alpha-lipoic acid,


  • improve overall brain function
  • Increase memory recall
  • Enhance certain aspects of learning



  • Magnesium Chloride 150 mg/mL
  • Pyridoxine 50 mg/mL
  • Dexpanthenol 250 mg/mL


  • Improves blood flow
  • Rejuvenates blood vessels
  • Prevents heavy metal poisoning

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