Pre Hangover IV Drip
Party smarter AND harder with the ultimate pre-game drip! Best for people who have just started drinking and want to get a jump start on hydration and replenishment of nutrients.
POTENTIAL BENEFITS: Help your body stay hydrated while boosting B Vitamins and keeping your head in the game with Taurine and Carnitine.
KEY INGREDIENTS: B-complex, B12, B5, B6, Taurine, Vitamin C, Carnitine, Magnesium, Calcium and Choice of Pain or Nausea Rx Medication.
WHEN TO DRIP
Low On Electrolytes
Chronic Jet Lag
Need An Energy Boost
Get On Your Feet
1000ml+ of Lactated Ringer’s IV Solution
A simple but potent infusion of electrolyte hydration to help nurture you back to a happier, healthier state.
Pain or Nausea Rx Medication
You know your body best. Your pre hangover IV drip comes infused with your choice of 2 powerful prescription-strength medications to help relieve pain or nausea.
Half of the population are deficient in Vitamin D. Unless you live in the tropics year-round, chances are you aren’t getting enough of Vitamin D, aka: “The Sunshine Hormone.”
SUNSHINE D NUTRIBOOSTER
This can weaken the immune system, affect muscle and bone health, and most commonly impair mood and concentration. Improve your mood, sleep and concentration levels with a blast of sunshine containing 50,000 units of Vitamin D.
NutriDrip offers IV Nutritional therapy; administered by a registered nurse via a catheter injected directly into the bloodstream. IV treatments are used for their unparalleled effectiveness for delivering nutrients to the body in a form optimized for 100% absorption and bioavailability!
IV’s can only be administered by trained medical practitioners, and we hire the same professionals that hospitals do. We’ve created a relaxing and luxuriate environment where infusions are designed to prevent illness and help the body achieve a state of homeostasis by using the same powerful techniques used by doctors. Clients who receive our service leave the experience feeling lifted, refreshed and relaxed, which is very different than the experience found in any emergency room.
Each person and protocol varies, but as a general guide, the infusion can last anywhere from 30-60 minutes.
More Questions? Check out our How It Works.