IV Therapy

Getting your vitamins through an IV is a great way to support your general wellbeing, treat nutrient deficiencies and specific health issues. IV therapy can address the following issues:

  • Digestive disorders
  • Chronic Infections
  • Weakened immune system
  • Difficulty swallowing pills
  • Fatigue
  • Toxic overload
  • Dehydration
  • Inflammatory health conditions

Drip Menu:

Wellness Drip:
Also called a Myers Cocktail, think of this like a basic multi. It will treat most nutrient deficiencies, and also help with energy, productivity and general wellness.

Immunity Drip:
High dose vitamin C has been shown to treat infections ranging from Epstein Barr Virus (the virus causing Mono, autoimmunity in some people, and possibly chronic fatigue syndrome) to overwhelming body-wide bacterial infections (sepsis) in recent studies. We add zinc and recommend following the drip with a “single” of Glutathione for optimal immune recovery.

Hair Support
We add n-acetyl cysteine and biotin, nutrients essential for hair growth, as well as extra zinc and selenium.

Energy Add-on
Add this to your Myers cocktail, to provide amino acids and activated niacin to support mitochondrial function. Mitochondria are the tiny energy factories in every cell.

Phosphatidylcholine Add-on
Cell and mitochondrial membranes are largely made up of lipids and phosphatidylcholine is one of the main lipid membranes. This is given separately after a nutritional IV to boost cell membrane health and support nutrient transport in and out of the cell.

Glutathione: Alone or Add-on
The ultimate antioxidant and detoxifier. It cannot be mixed in an IV bag with other vitamins, and can be given at the end of your drip as an “add on” or by itself in its own drip room visit.

2018 Drip Room Menu and Prices

We take your health seriously and while the risks are minimal for IV vitamins, we require that you are medically screened, and fully informed about the program before you begin.   For Clients new to Blum Center for HealthSchedule a one-time initial screening visit with Dr. Gereau or Elizabeth Greig, FNP ($100). They will order the required screening blood tests.