IV Nutrient Therapy
VitaDrip® infusions are a unique blend of vitamins, minerals, and amino ac-ids; all classified as ‘essential nutrients’ vital for the body. Brilliantly formulated to support with hydration, detox, enhancing energy levels, strengthening the immune system, while promoting anti-aging. IV vitamins allows 100% of the vitamins, fluids and electrolytes to enter directly into the bloodstream com-pared to traditional tablets where only approximately 70% is absorbed.
What are the benefits?
Our IV Vitamins Drips
SLIM & FIT
ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE RECOVERY
VITAMIN B12 BOOSTER
Why choose us?
Our bodies absorb 10-30% of vitamins contained in oral supplements; with the in-travenous or intramuscular route, absorption is 100% as it’s delivered directly into the bloodstream.
Injection routes (intravenous or intramuscular) provide 100% bioavailability as it bypasses the gastrointestinal tract allowing for full absorption of the nutrients.
NATURAL & SAFE
IV’s Treatments are administered by NMC registered nurse. VitaDrip® infusions contain vitamins, minerals and amino acids, all classified as ‘essential nutrients’ that are vital for our well-being.
All treatments vetted by our doctor.
Insured medical professionals.
Push your mental and physical limits and give your body a boost. Our intra-muscular vitamin injections take seconds to administer, have a 100% ab-sorption rate and offer lasting effects. Give your immune system a boost without the negative comedown effects of energy drinks. No matter what your wellness goals, our vitamin injections will help you on your journey to better wellbeing.
Are Vitamin Infusions safe?
VitaDrip® infusions consist of essential nutrients that are natural. Our formu-las have been developed by qualified medical doctor. All infusions have been carefully calculated using medical dosages that are approved by the local.
How long does the IV drip treatment take?
A VitaDrip infusion takes an average of 30-60 minutes, the “drip” is adminis-tered at a slower rate to ensure safety and comfort for the client.
Is this natural and vegan-friendly?
Yes, our ingredients are natural as the nutrients are derived from plants!
The Intramuscular injection route deposits medication into deep muscle tis-sue, which has a rich blood supply, allowing medication to be absorbed faster than it would be by the subcutaneous route. This rich blood supply, however, increases the risk for injecting medication directly into blood vessels.
Done with professionals
5-10 minutes to take effect
Intramuscular Injections side effects
Intramuscular injections are done carefully to avoid side effects, however its normal to still experience some discomfort after an intramuscular injection like:
• numbness or tingling
• redness, swelling, or warmth at the injection site
• pain at the injection site
• drainage at the injection site
• signs of an allergic reaction
A food allergy is when the body's immune system reacts unusually to specific foods. Although allergic reactions are often mild, they can be very serious.
What causes food allergies?
In those with food allergies, the immune system treats a specific protein in a food as a harmful substance that may cause disease. It responds by producing IgE antibodies that will play a role in attacking this protein.
When the person eats the same food again, the antibodies are ready, so the immune system reacts immediately by releasing histamine (causes blood vessels to expand and the skin to become inflamed or swollen, itchiness and more) and other chemical substances into the bloodstream. These chemicals cause the symptoms of food allergies. Symptoms of a food allergy can affect different areas of the body at the same time.
Food Allergy symptoms
Symptoms of a food allergy can affect different areas of the body at the same time, not every person will experience all the possible symptoms, and each reaction may be slightly different. However, some common signs and symptoms include:
• burning sensation in the lips and mouth
• facial swelling
• skin rash or itching
• nausea or vomiting
• runny nose
• streaming eyes
• stomach cramps
Common food allergies
A food allergy may affect the skin, gastrointestinal tract, or respiratory or cardiovascular systems. Many types of foods can be allergens, but certain foods are much more likely than others to trigger an allergic reaction.
The following foods are responsible for 90% of all food allergies:
• tree nuts (including hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews, and pistachios)
• shellfish (including shrimps, lobster, and crab)