IV Drip infusion such as the Myers cocktail has become very popular nowadays. It is known for its fatigue fighting and energy boosting effects. However, did you know that other intravenous drips are equally beneficial?  Read on to find out more.

Glutathione IV Drip

Glutathione is one of your body’s important antioxidant. When the level becomes low, it increases your risk of getting sick, and you may become susceptible to harmful toxins. Therefore, boosting its level can be very beneficial.

An article published on SelfHacked.com  listed “27 Scientifically Proven Health Benefits of Glutathione”. Notable benefits include:

“Fights Oxidative Stress in the Body

– it reduces the amount of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and oxidative stress in the body, which would otherwise cause damage to cells and DNA (R, R1, R2).

– is important for the regeneration of other antioxidants, such as vitamins C and E (R).


– replenishing Glutathione levels can slow the aging process (R).

– by maintaining its levels, aging individuals may prevent age-related cognitive decline (R).

Protects Against Liver Damage

– Glutathione plays an important role in the liver in detoxification reactions and in controlling the thiol-disulfide status of the cell (R, R1).

– The liver upregulates Glutathione synthesis to combat the effects of a high-fat diet (R).”

To see the full list, check it out here.

Detoxifying Intravenous Drips

Feeling fatigued and sluggish lately? Do you have muscle aches, joint pains,  and headaches? Can’t sleep? Have difficulty in concentrating or have uncontrolled food cravings? If you’re experiencing these symptoms, chances are your body has accumulated toxins that is more than your system can handle.

An intravenous drip with detoxifying ingredients may just be what you need. Since it is given directly into the bloodstream, it will help eliminate harmful toxins and heavy metals such as lead and mercury and draws them out of your body. Additionally, with the IV route, common stomach upsets are avoided.

Check out our IV detox therapy.

IV Hydration Therapy

Hangover is usually a result of ingesting too much alcohol. Mayo Clinic outlines some of the most common factors that contribute to such condition, particularly:

“Alcohol causes your body to produce more urine. In turn, urinating more than usual can lead to dehydration — often indicated by thirst, dizziness, and lightheadedness.”

An effective way to fight this terrible side effect is to get hydrated fast! Fortunately, there is a vitamin IV drip for that as well. This IV infusion is packed with a powerhouse of nutrients that has a detoxifying effect, anti-inflammatory, and anti-nausea.

Why is IV hydration more effective than drinking water? Here’s a good explanation:

“If you a drink a few bottles of water when you wake up with cotton mouth after a night of drinking, you may feel quenched immediately, but that water isn’t going to do you much good right away. In fact, you’re really just hydrating the tissues of your mouth, tongue, and throat. Water is actually absorbed in the lower gastrointestinal tract, specifically the large intestine. So it can take several hours after drinking water before your body starts to benefit.

Of course, with IV fluids you begin to be hydrated immediately. The fluids go directly into your blood stream, increasing your body’s fluid volume right away. In short, this means you feel better, faster.   

When drinking water, scientific studies have shown that it can take up to 2 hours to completely absorb 500ml of water.  Furthermore, your body can only absorb about one liter of water an hour from your GI tract.  So, if you are 3 or 4 liters dehydrated (which can easily happen during a hard night of drinking and possible vomiting) it can take 6 to 7 hours to rehydrate via oral ingestion of water.”

Source: Hangover Haven

Now that you know these three vitamin iv drip infusion, are you ready to get yours? If you need more information about iv therapy in general, you can read it here: https://www.theivlounge.ca/iv-therapy/

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