HOW DOES I.V. WORK?
The IV bag contains a liquid mixture of vitamins and minerals that are distributed into your vein (usually into your forearm) through a small catheter with a syringe. The infusion usually takes about 30 min to 1 hour.
Vitamins are taken orally get broken down in your stomach and are limited to absorption (usually around 50%). However, when given through an IV, they are absorbed faster and at a higher percentage (90%).
Patients usually report an increase in energy, improvement in concentration/ focus, and better resistance to colds and flues.
Intervals between treatments can vary, from weekly, biweekly, to monthly injections.