IV drip therapy provides your body with essential vitamins, hydration, and electrolytes to support your health and wellness year-round. IV treatments improve your overall health and wellbeing, boost your energy levels, and help you recover from illnesses more quickly in addition to many other health benefits – all in one easy treatment delivered to you.
With so many kinds of vitamins and supplements available, IV therapy can deliver a range of health and wellness benefits, including but not limited to:
Unlike oral medications that must pass through the digestive and metabolic system, IV drips are administered directly into the bloodstream, making for a 100% absorption rate. The circulatory system then delivers vitamins and medications to cells for immediate use.
Feel Your Best With IV Drip Therapy!
This is the O.G. vitamin drip developed by Baltimore physician, Dr. John Myers, M.D. Originally formulated to address chronic diseases such as migraines, fatigue and fibromyalgia. Today, the Myers Drip is used to enhance wellness and ease everything from low energy to headaches and aids in speeding up recovery. There’s a reason the first vitamin IV Drip ever developed is still in use today!
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Vitamin C | B-Complex and more
Our Immunity Warrior Drip supports your immune system. It includes a combination of Vitamin C and Zinc to help combat illnesses and improve sinus pressure. Vitamin C and Zinc are powerful nutrients that strengthen your immune system and reduce inflammation. This drip is perfect to fight viruses, bacteria, and seasonal allergies.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Vitamin C | Zinc
Want beautiful, radiant skin? Our youth & beauty drip is the answer! Hydrate your skin back to health by promoting collagen and elastin development to fight the signs of aging. This unique blend of vitamins and antioxidants will help give you the flawless glowing skin you’re looking for, reduce inflammation and enhance your immune system.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Vitamin C | Glutathione | Biotin and more
Nursing that hangover? Bounce back, get off the couch and into the real world! This drip will rehydrate you by replenishing your fluids and electrolytes plus provide relief from your headache and nausea. The Bounce Back Drip is a quick way to recover and feel good again!
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory medication
Don’t let a migraine headache ruin your day! Avoid the long wait, bright lights, loud noises, and expensive bill from the ER. Our Migraine cocktail will rid that headache with a blend of anti-inflammatory and pain medication.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Anti-inflammatory | B Complex |
Vitamin C and more
Skip the weight loss pills and diet shakes! This IV drip will help you drop those unwanted pounds by boosting your energy, increasing metabolism, curbing cravings, and converting that excess fat into energy.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | B -Complex | Zinc | Magnesium |Amino Acids | Lipo-C
Working hard in the gym or at your job? This drip helps you perform better, have more energy and recover faster. These ingredients will support athletic performance, muscle recovery and joint health and the nutrients will help accelerate your metabolism, helping you to burn more calories and replenish your cells.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | B -Complex | Energy Enhance | Amino Acids
When you just want to relax and treat your body. The stress relief drip is a blend of amino acids, IV vitamins and minerals that provide a natural way to calm your nerves, melt away stress, and improve your quality of sleep.
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Fluids | Electrolytes | Vitamin C | Glutathione | NAD and more
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Inntravenous (IV) nutrition is a method of administering nutrients directly into the bloodstream. It is used when a person is unable to take in sufficient nutrients by mouth or when their body is unable to properly absorb nutrients from the gastrointestinal tract. IV nutrition may be recommended for a variety of reasons, including:
This sterile solution is made of sodium chloride and water. This liquid is the foundation of every IV drip solution, providing essential hydration, diluting medications, and facilitating the delivery of vitamins throughout the body.
The human body is composed of 60% water, which means that staying hydrated is essential to every system.
In addition to these benefits, IV solutions ensure an almost 100% absorption rate, giving your body the maximum effect of the nutrients and medications in the IV formula.
Also known as Ascorbic Acid, Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that plays many essential roles throughout the body, helping to maintain systems such as muscles, bones, immune support, and the circulatory system.
Vitamin C promotes the biosynthesis of collagen, which is a fundamental part of connective tissues. In this capacity, Vitamin C reduces stretch marks and is an essential component of healing wounds.
Vitamin C is an antioxidant that also helps regenerate other antioxidants within the body.
This vitamin reduces the damaging effects of free radicals, which are unstable molecules that contribute to tissue damage and aging.
Studies have shown that high doses of Vitamin C can slow the formation of carcinogens, regulate immune response, and reduce redox reactions that can lead to the formation of cancer. When administered intravenously, high doses of Vitamin C can produce hydrogen peroxide that causes DNA damage to cancer cells necessary to cause cell death.
These doses of Vitamin C do not cause damage to healthy cells as cancer cells are less
efficient at removing hydrogen peroxide.
Glutamine is an important amino acid with many functions in the body. It is a building block of protein and a critical part of the immune system. Glutamine has a special role in intestinal health.
One of the most important functions of glutamine is its role in the immune system.
It is a critical fuel source for immune cells, including white blood cells and certain intestinal cells. However, its blood levels can decrease due to major injuries, burns, or surgeries. If the body’s need for glutamine is greater than its ability to produce it, your body may break down protein stores, such as muscle, to release more of this amino acid. Additionally, the function of the immune system can be compromised when insufficient amounts of glutamine are available.
Studies have also reported that glutamine supplements may improve health, decrease infections and lead to shorter hospital stays after surgery.
Glutamine’s immune system benefits are related to its role in intestinal health. Glutamine is an important energy source for intestinal and immune cells and it also helps maintain the barrier between the inside of your intestines and the rest of your body. This prevents harmful bacteria or toxins from moving from your intestines into the rest of your body.
Due to the major role of the intestines in the immune system, glutamine may benefit your overall immune health by supporting the intestinal cells.
Glutamine is also one of the building amino acids of Glutathione – an antioxidant that plays a crucial role in preventing cellular damage. This antioxidant binds with toxins in the body and facilitates their removal from the body. Glutathione is involved in many metabolic processes and biochemical reactions, as well as DNA repair and synthesis. Studies suggest that it also slows the speed of aging.
B complex vitamins refer to several different vitamins that are part of the same family. Together, these water-soluble vitamins perform a range of vital functions including cardiovascular support, helping the body convert food into energy, immune function, and more.
In addition to these, B complex vitamins are most notable for their role in promoting healthy skin, hair, and nails. They reduce free radicals in the body that contribute to aging, resulting in an overall healthier and younger appearance.
The B Complex Vitamins Are:
Because the B vitamin complex is so versatile and performs so many functions throughout the body, it is featured in many IV drip formulas.
Vitamin B7, also known as biotin, is part of the B-vitamin complex and is associated with improving the strength, appearance, and overall health of the skin, hair, and nails. To this end, biotin is a common addition to beauty supplements.
Biotin plays a role in converting food into energy by helping to metabolize carbohydrates and fats. B7 also helps maintain the nervous system and promotes healthy psychological function¹².
While rare, biotin deficiency is often marked by hair loss, a decrease in mental cognition, dermatitis, depression, hypotonia (decreased muscle tone), and ataxia (decreased muscle coordination). Biotin cannot be absorbed through the skin. IV therapy can quickly restore normal levels of biotin to prevent unwanted symptoms of deficiency.
Vitamin B12 is part of the B-vitamin complex and notable for its role in maintaining optimal neurological function. The vitamin is associated with preventing memory loss and improving concentration, as well as boosting energy levels.
Vitamin B12 has a large role in DNA synthesis and metabolizing amino acids. B12 is essential to ensuring the proper formation of red blood cells; low levels of B12 can result in anemia.
Some individuals have increased difficulty absorbing B12 due to an underlying medical condition. These individuals are at an increased risk of developing vitamin B12 deficiency.
Symptoms of B12 deficiency include anemia, fatigue, and neurological changes such as memory problems, depression, and dementia.
B12 absorption is less effective when supplemented orally, so IV injection is an alternative and more effective way to correct B12 deficiency.
Studies suggest an association between low levels of vitamin B12 in the body and cognitive impairment, neurodegenerative disease, and dementia.
Glutathione is a molecule found naturally in your body. Produced by the liver, glutathione is made up of three amino acids: L-cysteine, glycine, and L-glutamate. This antioxidant primarily helps your body fight disease and injury by binding to free radicals (causing oxidative stress) and facilitating their removal from your body.
Glutathione supports the protection against a wide range of health problems, including atherosclerosis, Lyme disease, Alzheimer’s disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, colitis, high cholesterol, osteoarthritis, alcoholism, asthma, cataracts, diabetes, glaucoma, heart disease, hepatitis, liver disease, and Parkinson’s disease. In addition, glutathione slows the aging process and preserves memory.
However, glutathione is not typically effective when ingested orally because the enzymes in your stomach dissolve the bonds between the amino acids before it can be effectively absorbed. This is why intravenous (IV) glutathione is the best way to increase the amount of this antioxidant in your body.
Glutathione therapy can improve numerous health conditions, including:
Glutathione and Free Radicals
Free radicals are atoms with an odd number of electrons and are a byproduct of cellular oxidation. Free radicals can be harmful to the body when they interact with certain types of molecules in your body.
Our bodies can tolerate a certain amount of free radicals; but, when these atoms accumulate faster than we can process them, our bodies start to accumulate damage. Exercise, stress, illness, medication, and exposure to environmental toxins such as heavy metals or pollution can all contribute to increased production of free radicals.
Free radicals can cause DNA damage, impairing cellular function or killing cells altogether. Damaged cells open the doorway to potential disease and illness. That’s where antioxidants come in. Antioxidants are stable molecules that bind to free radicals, stopping potential damage, and assisting in removing free radicals from your body.
Antioxidants occur naturally in many types of food, especially citrus fruits. Certain types of vitamins, such as vitamin E and vitamin C, are antioxidants that are easy to incorporate in your diet to help fight the damaging effect of free radicals.
Glutathione is another type of antioxidant that can easily be added to your wellness routine, helping prevent the damage that contributes to aging and illness.
Glutathione, Aging, and Illness
The accumulation of free radicals over the years can accelerate how quickly your body ages. A greater concentration of free radicals may lead to more cell damage, leading to the appearance of wrinkles, dull skin, and lower energy levels associated with aging. By getting rid of free radicals before they can build up and cause cellular damage, glutathione can slow the aging process and help you keep a youthful and radiant appearance.
Glutathione and Exercise
Free radicals naturally occur as a result of the cellular oxidation process – that is, the process by which cells use oxygen to generate energy. When you exercise, your body needs more oxygen than usual to maintain your performance. The end result is an increased output of free radicals, which in turn can lead to the accumulation of oxidative stress damage.
Intravenous (IV) glutathione treatments at Vit&Drip Center in Marbella are ideal for athletes. This method not only binds to and removes free radicals from your body, but rehydrates your body at the same time.
The end result is an improved recovery time, decreased muscle damage, and decreased cellular damage from free radicals so that you can improve your performance quickly.
Glutathione for skin
Glutathione holds many anti-aging benefits. Since it is a natural detoxifier, it improves the health of the body’s cells to reverse aging. Glutathione protects the skin against oxidative damage which leads to wrinkles – making it an excellent form of anti-aging skincare. It prevents or improves acne, wrinkles, and crows feet via detoxification of the skin and body. It also eliminates and gets rid of age spots, liver spots, brown spots, lentigines, and dark circles under the eyes.
Amino acids are a group of organic compounds that form the building blocks of proteins that make up 75% of the body. Being foundational to normal chemical reactions, amino acids are involved in almost every body function, including:
Amino acids are classified into three categories – Essential, Nonessential, and Conditional. Each group has its own role and set of functions.
A balance of essential and nonessential amino acids is required for optimal health and wellbeing. The body does not store amino acids, so they must be ingested or produced daily, otherwise, the proteins in muscle and tissue will start to degrade.
Top athletic performance relies on proteins to help maintain muscle and tissue strength. Studies suggest that amino acids enhance the body’s endurance and capacity for exercise. Amino acids may modify athletic performance in several different ways, including increasing the number of anabolic hormones in the body to boost metabolism, changing the way the body utilizes energy during exercise, and delaying the onset of mental and physical fatigue by altering the rate at which serotonin is created.
Magnesium is a mineral that is involved in over 300 biochemical reactions and enzyme systems that regulate various functions in the body. This mineral is found in many types of food.
Healthy Levels of Magnesium:
Because magnesium is involved in so many functions throughout the body, this mineral is included in many of IV therapies.
Magnesium plays a large part in energy production and protein synthesis. Supplementation can help improve fatigue and energy levels. Magnesium also provides cardiovascular support and helps regulates blood glucose and blood pressure.
Low levels of magnesium can cause a variety of symptoms including fatigue, cramps, muscle weakness, or numbness. Magnesium deficiency may also be associated with diseases such as Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes.
Athletes who have low levels of magnesium in the body may benefit from supplementation to improve muscle function, energy production, and improve physical performance.
IV therapy can quickly and efficiently correct the levels of magnesium in the body and prevent health complications caused by prolonged deficiency.
Selenium is an essential mineral that plays a critical role in reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage and infection. It is present in human tissue, mostly in skeletal muscle.
Selenium may help prevent cardiovascular disease, thyroid problems, cognitive decline, which means disorders related to thinking, cancer, and others.
Cardiovascular disease: Selenoproteins can protect against cardiovascular disease, because they prevent the oxidative modification of lipids, or fats, in the body.
This reduces inflammation and prevents the buildup of platelets.
Cognitive decline: Selenium’s antioxidant
Thyroid disorders: Selenium has an important role in producing and metabolizing thyroid hormone.
There is some evidence that women with higher selenium levels have fewer thyroid problems, but this has not been proven for men, and other studies have produced mixed results. More studies are underway to decide whether selenium supplements might support thyroid health.
Studies have suggested that selenium may also help to:
Alpha-lipoic acid or ALA is a naturally occurring compound that’s made in the body. It serves vital functions at the cellular level, such as energy production. As long as you’re healthy, the body can produce all the ALA it needs for these purposes.
ALA is an antioxidant. Antioxidants protect against damage to the body’s cells.
There are food sources of ALA such as yeast, organ meats like liver and heart, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes. However, ALA from food does not appear to produce a noticeable increase in the level of free ALA in the body.
Some people take ALA supplements, however, studies show that only about 30% to 40% of the oral dose of an ALA supplement is absorbed when taken orally.
ALA and Diabetes
While studies are still sparse, there is some evidence that ALA may have at least two positive benefits for individuals with type 2 diabetes. A few studies have suggested that alpha-lipoic acid supplements may enhance the body’s ability to use its own insulin to lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. ALA may help reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy — nerve damage that can be caused by diabetes.
ALA and Other Health Conditions
ALA has been suggested as a potential aid in stopping or slowing the damage done by a variety of other health conditions from HIV to liver disease.
NAD is a coenzyme that is associated with metabolism. This coenzyme maintains regular levels of energy, regulates redox reactions, and maintains the health of mitochondria.
NAD activates sirtuins, which are proteins that utilize NAD to improve metabolic efficiency, which in turn influences cell changes that contribute to aging, overall energy levels, and can improve neurodegenerative disorders.
In addition to these effects, NAD promotes anti-aging by lengthening telomeres, which are protective caps located at the ends of chromosomes that naturally get shorter as the body ages.
The level of NAD in the body declines with age and reduces the effectiveness of the cellular function. Supplementation can improve a wide variety of changes in the body, including:
Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that, among other functions, is commonly associated with mood regulation. NAD improves mood by increasing the levels of serotonin in the body.