IV infusions

Q. How long does it take?
Your first visit, including initial assessment and very brief paperwork, will take less than an hour. Subsequent visits are under 40 minutes, with vitamin shots needing only 15 minutes.

Q. Who cannot get an IV infusion?
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, under 18 years of age, generally poor health, undergoing chemotherapy, have history of heart disease, uncontrolled hypertension, or have had an organ transplant, you should avoid IV infusion.

Q. What kind of preparation is needed before an IV infusion?
Generally, no special preparation is needed.

Q. Will I bruise after the infusion?
Bruising at the site of the IV is uncommon but can happen in those prone to easy bruising. We take every step and precaution possible to minimize it.

Q. How often should I get an infusion?

We recommend a “loading up” phase of 2-4 weekly treatments, followed by at least once or twice a month infusion “maintenance” phase.

Q. Where are your vitamins manufactured?
In the USA. Our vitamins are of the highest quality in their purest forms.

Q. Are there any limitations after the infusion?

No, but we recommend avoiding alcohol for the remainder of the day.

Q. How will I feel after the infusion?
Fantastic. After the infusion, you should have a feeling of calm, sustained energy, mental focus, and overall well-being.

Q. Who will perform the infusions?
Under the close supervision of Sachmarie Crowley, FNP, nurses with over 10+ years of experience will perform the infusions.