Intravenous drip


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45 minutes

What is an IV drip?

Intravenous therapy is an infusion of vitamins and pH-balanced fluids injected into a vein using a sterilized needle. 

An IV is the fastest way to deliver nutrients and fluids throughout the body. Many essential vitamins and nutrients are water-soluble, meaning they’re not efficiently processed when you eat them. With IV therapy, your body gets exactly what it needs — and flushes out anything it doesn’t. 

Designed for overall health maintenance, our IV solution includes vitamin C, magnesium, calcium, and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and B12. Your therapy can be customized based on your goals and current or past health concerns by adding boosters such as glycine, proline, selenium, or zinc.

Using IV tubing and a small catheter (which helps avoid air bubbles), the contents are pulled down by gravity and flow smoothly into your bloodstream.

Treatment Details

Our IV drip starts with a consultation with one of our Naturopathic Doctors. There is no pain associated with treatment aside from the slight initial pinch from the sterilized needle. You’ll be asked to rest your arm on a pillow and, if needed, provided with a warming pad.

Relax and feel free to listen to a podcast or a meditation while reclining underneath our LED Light Therapy, which helps reduce inflammation and improves mood.

While our Fig Shots (vitamin injections) are administered relatively quickly, IV+LED may take a bit more time. The specific length of treatment will vary depending on the specific drip and your physiology. Your Naturopathic Doctor will monitor you discreetly.

Please note: In some cases, a vein may not be able to be located easily. We understand this is frustrating, and our Doctor and Guest team will do their best to support you, whether that looks like rebooking an appointment or trying alternatives.


We recommend that you have a light snack or meal 30 minutes prior to treatment.


You may feel the effects almost immediately, or it may take more time. After your treatment, you should be able to resume normal activities. However, be gentle with the area around the IV site for a day or two. 

If you're taking a medication or supplement that thins your blood, this may increase the risk of bruising from an IV drip. Other reasons for bruising include, but are not limited to: thinning skin, vasculitis, purpuric dermatosis, platelet deficiency, liver disease, vitamin K deficiency, vitamin C deficiency, moving your body during the injection, or dehydration. 

You may experience pinpoint bleeding where the needle pierces the skin, but it will be minimal and subside within a few seconds. It’s our policy to cover the area with a band-aid, even if it’s not necessary.

Bruising or swelling can occur for a few days — put ice or a cold pack on the area for 10 to 20 minutes at a time. Remember to place a thin cloth between the ice and your skin.

Call us or seek immediate medical care if you experience discomfort or other side effects.


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