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A blend of electrolytes, minerals, and vitamins delivered directly to the vein to help your body recover from hangovers, dehydration, food poisoning, jet lag, and anti-aging benefits, among others. Some common components in an IV drip include saline, dextrose, vitamin B, vitamin C, calcium, antibiotics, and magnesium, making it beneficial for many people with various needs.

There are many benefits to Mobile Vitamin IV and the most common is the ease and convenience it offers when feeling under the weather. You don’t have to leave the comfort of your home, and our IV Pros Registered Nurses come to you. IV therapy is also an effective method to boost health and wellness. Infusing vitamins and fluids can improve your immune system and promote general wellness through hydration.

How will I feel? What are the benefits?

IV Vitamin Infusions are recommended to everyone over the age of 18!




Lifestyle Benefits

  • Lower levels of anxiety, migraines, and muscle cramps.
  • Alleviates chronic symptoms like inflammation, muscle pain, fatigue, and stress.
  • Improve athletic performance.
  • Balances energy levels

Beauty Benefits

  • Reduces dark circles, acne, and scars and aids in reducing dark spots
  • Decreases wrinkles and fine lines
  • Aides in lightening skin
  • Removes heavy metals, free radicals, and toxins body

Immunity Benefits

  • Supercharge your immune system to fight off illness.
  • Protects against travel-related cold/flu and viruses.
  • Reduces the duration of illness.
  • Helps recover from illness rapidly

What Fluids and Vitamins Are in an IV Bag?

The fluids inside the bag consist of  saline and contain our professionally curated formulas of the following vitamins and minerals;

  • Saline: The saline solution is usually the base ingredient of an IV bag. Saline, made up of water and sodium chloride (salt), serves as a delivery system for the other components of your IV therapy. Saline also serves as a way to help hydrate the body.
  • Alpha-Linolenic Acid (Also known as, ALA): Alpha-linolenic acid is an essential omega-3 fatty acid. It is called “essential” because it is needed for normal human growth and development. It is most commonly used for diseases of the heart and blood vessels, such as hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), heart disease, and high blood pressure.
  • Vitamin B: Vitamins B-1, B-2, B-3, B-5, B-6 are collectively known as vitamin B complex. Vitamin B complex is an important element of a healthy diet because it directly contributes to important bodily functions, like your metabolism and nerve function.
  • Vitamin C (Also known as, Ascorbic Acid): Vitamin C, another common IV vitamin, is important for a healthy immune system function. If you are sick or feel like you are becoming sick, vitamin C can be a beneficial ingredient in your IV therapy.
  • Vitamin D3 (IM Only) “IM” Refers to “intramuscular”: Vitamin D3, sometimes referred to as the “sunshine vitamin”, is naturally produced in your body when it is directly exposed to sunlight. Vitamin D has several essential functions, the most vital are facilitating a healthy immune system, and regulation of the absorption rate of calcium and phosphorus. If your body does not get enough Vitamin D, you’re at risk of developing bone abnormalities such as soft bones (osteomalacia) or fragile bones (osteoporosis).
  • Glutathione (Also known as Gluta): Glutathione is often referred to as the “Master Antioxidant” because it can be found in nearly every single cell in the body at the same concentration of some of the most important nutrients for energy and cellular function like glucose, potassium, and even cholesterol. Antioxidants are the response mechanism your body uses to minimize the free radical damage by pairing antioxidants with unpaired electrons (free radicals) before they attack your cells. Free radicals are created as your cells go about their daily business of breaking down food, producing energy, managing environmental toxins, and preventing infection. As free radicals start to add up, they start causing damage to the body in what is known as Oxidative Stress – Heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, emphysema, and other inflammatory diseases are all linked to oxidative stress. Although many cells can produce and recycle glutathione there are times when glutathione production may not be able to keep up with the demand – for nutrition, stress, illness, environmental toxins, and aging can lead to an overall decline in glutathione.
  • Magnesium: Magnesium is a mineral that is naturally found in your body, in fact, it’s involved in more than 600 reactions in your body – some of which include helping convert food into energy, creating new proteins from amino acids, creating and repairing DNA & RNA, and the regulation of the nervous system. Magnesium has many benefits, such as: – -Boosting Physical Performance: During exercise, you may need 10-20% more magnesium than when you’re resting depending on the activity. Magnesium helps move blood sugar into your muscles and dispose of lactate, which can build up during exercise and cause fatigue. Studies have shown that supplementing with it can boost exercise performance-Has Benefits Against Type 2 Diabetes: Studies suggest that about 48% of people with type 2 diabetes have low levels of magnesium in their blood. This can impair insulin’s ability to keep blood sugar levels under control. Additionally, research indicates that people with a low magnesium intake have a higher risk of developing diabetes. -Magnesium can Help Lower Blood Pressure: Studies show that taking magnesium can lower blood pressure. In one study, people who took 450mg per day experienced a significant decrease in systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Additionally, another study found that magnesium lowers blood pressure in people with high blood pressure but had no effect on those with normal levels.*Almost half (48%) of the US population is magnesium deficient*
  • Zinc: Zinc is the second-most abundant trace mineral in your body – after iron – and is present in every cell. It is considered an essential nutrient, meaning that your body can’t produce or store it. For this reason, you must get a constant supply through your diet. Zinc is a nutrient that plays countless roles in your body- Immunity, Metabolism, Nerve Function: Roles Zinc is necessary for the activity of over 300 enzymes that aid in metabolism, digestion, nerve function, and many other processes. Additionally, it is critical for the development and function of immune cells.- Skin Health: This mineral is also fundamental to skin health, DNA synthesis, and protein production- Taste & Smell: Zinc is also needed for your senses of taste and smell. Because one of the enzymes crucial for proper taste and smell is dependent on this nutrient, a zinc deficiency can reduce your ability to taste or smell
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