Learn more about Alive IV and Wellness by reading through our FAQs on IV therapy and our process.

Delivering vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly to the body for maximum absorption, Intravenous (IV) therapy is a method that allows nutrients to reach target tissues and nourish at the cellular level. This approach enables the safe delivery of larger doses that may not be tolerated orally. IV therapy infusions, typically administered in as little as 30 – 60 minutes, swiftly initiate the onset of effects. Our proficient medical professionals manage the IV therapy, ensuring not only safety but also high effectiveness.

IV therapy offers diverse benefits based on the addressed conditions. Our IV therapies play a role in alleviating hangovers, boosting energy, combating allergies, reducing cold and flu symptoms, relieving acute and chronic fatigue, addressing jet lag, and alleviating any symptom of dehydration. The more complex IV Therapies we provide effectively tackle serious health issues such as chronic fatigue, chronic pain, mold illness, brain injury, and more.

A significant portion of the population experiences nutrient deficiencies, leading to a wide range of ailments that could potentially find relief by restoring sufficient nutrients to their bodies. IV therapy nutrients offer benefits not only for those with deficiencies but also serve as a form of preventative treatment. Increasingly, people are turning to IV therapy to proactively lower the risk of illness before it occurs.

While other clinics may offer only 3 to 5 ingredients for a similar price, our formulations boast up to 20 ingredients. We have crafted the best IV therapy, delivering it to you in a comfortable, safe, and professional setting.

Many people experience increased energy after the first IV, with the extent of effects depending on their level of health and nutritional status. Some individuals may notice a vitamin taste in their mouth and a strong vitamin smell in their urine, which is normal as the body eliminates metabolized nutrients.

Generally, no discomfort is experienced. If you prefer not to feel anything, we can numb the region before an IV. The needle we use is very small and well-tolerated.

Risk of side effects is very small. Side effects may include mild discomfort, bruising, pain at the site of insertion and inflammation of the vein. Although extremely rare, any time the skin is punctured, there is a risk of infection.

Injections take 5 minutes! IVs can take anywhere between 30 and 90 minutes depending on its complexity.