Should I Get IV Therapy?

There is a lot of hype around health and wellness these days . . . and it’s really hard to keep up. There are a million things you should be doing for optimal health and wellness, but how are we supposed to know what our body actually needs? Do I really need to be using all of these supplements? Should I only be eating organic foods? I’ve never had a skin care routine before, does it have to be a vegan one? It’s hard not to get overwhelmed and just give up; we have way too many options and opinions, coming from all different directions, with no knowledge on what is actually best for YOU and your body.

 What Is IV Therapy?
This is why we want to tell you a little bit more about one of the latest (and oldest) trends in the health and wellness industry: IV Therapy. IV Therapy, short for intravenous therapy, is a form of  therapeutic treatment that delivers fluid directly into the vein. The purpose of IV Therapy is to revitalize your wellbeing with vitamins, nutrients, antioxidants, and amino acids within that fluid. Each infusion (“drip”) and injection (“booster shot”) is administered with your body in mind and can be altered depending on your wants and needs.

Why Does it Stand Out From Other Health and Wellness Trends?
IV Therapy is the most popular trend in the health and wellness industry because it is easy, quick, and the results are almost immediate. Whether you are looking for more natural energy, a regulated sleep cycle, or even headache relief, IV Therapy will get you there. We use this treatment to target a variety of wellness needs through rehydration such as aiding recovery from illness or jet lag, providing hangover relief, restoring vitamin and nutrient levels, refreshing cosmetic appearance, prepping your body for fitness competitions, and giving you mental focus. If you are looking for any of these things, then IV Therapy is definitely a wellness trend you should get on board with. If you are already taking daily vitamins (or wanting to start), then you’re definitely in the right place, as the absorption rate is much better, and quicker, than getting those same vitamins and nutrients in pill form (100% absorption rate vs only 60% absorption rate).


So, how do I go about getting an IV treatment!?
Join our wait list so you can book your first session of IV therapy and experience all the benefits it can offer.

Jamie Wilson