IV vitamin infusion therapy is the key to your personal well-being. Sometimes known as ‘IV Nutrition Therapy’ or ‘Drip Therapy’, it is a fast, effective and scientifically proven way to administer those essential minerals and vitamins to your body directly via the bloodstream.
Oral supplements are absorbed in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and pass through the liver, therefore significantly reducing the bio-availability of the nutrient. Our bodies are only able to absorb 10-30% of the product contained within the supplement.
Intravenous vitamin therapy bypasses GI tract absorption and biotransformation in the liver allowing for 100% bio-availability of the administered essential micronutrients.
Whether you’re in need of an energy boost or want to experience an increased sense of well-being,
we offer a range of Vitamin packages tailored to your individual needs. With 100% bio-availability and
higher concentrations, you are likely to experience faster-desired results.
Benefits to treatment can include:
Due to our demanding lifestyles and environment, we may need extra support in creating harmony
within the body.
As we age Vitamins are harder to absorb due to a reduction in acid production. Over time, our diets
have changed, meaning the plant-based foods many of us are eating aren’t rich in the essential
nutrients and vitamins needed to create a balanced lifestyle and well-being.
Vitamin deficiencies can include the following symptoms:
Vitamin Infusion Therapy is most effective when taken at regular intervals. We recommend once
fortnightly or once a month. A regular injection schedule can be tailored to suit your specific
Vitamin B12 Injections can be administered in combination with your IV infusion treatment.
Following a consultation including a full review of your medical history and suitability to treatment,
appointment times range from 30-60minutes.
The treatment is given via intra-venous cannulation in the arm. It is therefore advisable to attend
your appointment wearing suitable clothing to allow access to the treatment area.
A thorough consultation including a full review of your medical history and suitability to treatment
will be taken.
If you have any of the following you may be unsuitable for treatment:
Common short term side effects may include but are not limited to: