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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

IV stands for intravenous (in the vein). IV therapy delivers fluids, vitamins, and electrolytes directly to your bloodstream through your vein, through a small catheter.

It allows up to 100% absorption of micronutrients into the cells – unlike drinking water or taking oral vitamins – for more energy, optimum performance, and cellular health.

Frequency is determined on a client-to-client basis and may vary based on your goals. We recommend 2-4 IV drips per month to help balance out any vitamin deficiencies.

Yes, IV therapy is safe. The FDA has approved all vitamins that will be administered. Side effects from IV treatment are non-existent to mild. You may experience some discomfort, bruising, or inflammation at or around the site of injection/IV. Allergic reactions are rare, but it is important to be upfront about any allergies or difficulties one has experienced in the past.

Anyone with pre-existing illness may not benefit from IV nutrient therapy. For example, someone with a heart condition is high risk for fluid overload. It is also important that you consult with your physician regarding IV therapy if you have any significant deficiencies or health issues such as kidney dysfunctions or blood disorders.

Treatment can take between 30 minutes to an hour for infusion. The duration depends on a few different factors including, but not limited to gravity, catheter, and size of veins. There are also a few forms to fill out before your infusion, including a medical assessment.

Walk-ins are welcomed but not guaranteed. It is recommended to call for a possible fit-in or appointment.

We do not accept insurance. The goal is to provide hydration and vitamin replacement at a reasonable price.

Yes, we do! While there is no mobile service available at this time, if you would like to book an appointment for a party, wedding, retreat, or other event, give us a call and we can book you a private service.

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