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Electrolytes - fatigue- combat exhaustion


What's in it?

Vitamin B1, B2,B3, B5,B6, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Zinc, Copper,Manganese, Chromium,Selenium,Amino Acids:L-Alanine,L-Arginine,Glycine,L-Histidine,L-Isoleucine,L-Leucine,L-Lysine Hcl,L-Methionine,L-Phenylalanine,L-Proline,L-Serine,L-Threonine,L-Tryptophan,L-Tyrosine,L-Valine

What are the benefits?

Our Energy IV infusion, specifically formulated with vitamin B12, aims to provide a boost of energy and support overall vitality. It may be suitable for individuals experiencing fatigue, low energy levels, or seeking an energy boost to support their daily activities and well-being.

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B12: Vitamin B12 is essential for the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, converting them into usable energy. By supporting efficient energy production at the cellular level, B12 may help combat fatigue and promote increased vitality.Individuals with B12 deficiency may experience fatigue, weakness, and low energy levels due to impaired energy metabolism and decreased oxygen-carrying capacity. Supplementing with B12, especially through an intravenous (IV) route, can provide a direct and efficient delivery of the vitamin into the bloodstream, potentially boosting energy levels more rapidly than oral supplementation.

B-Complex: B complex vitamins are essential coenzymes involved in energy metabolism. They play a critical role in converting carbohydrates, fats, and proteins from food into usable energy. B vitamins, especially B1, B2, B3, B5, and B6, participate in various enzymatic reactions that facilitate the breakdown and utilization of nutrients for energy production.

Ascorbic Acid: Vitamin C enhances the absorption of non-heme iron, the type of iron found in plant-based foods and iron supplements. Iron is essential for the production of red blood cells, which carry oxygen to tissues for energy production. Adequate iron levels, facilitated by vitamin C, ensure efficient oxygen delivery and can prevent iron-deficiency anemia, which can lead to fatigue and low energy levels.


Indulge in the soothing experience of our IV drips, crafted to rejuvenate your body and mind. Immerse yourself in pure relaxation for45 minutes to an hour, while our expert staff attends to your needs.


At MD Santé, it is important to us that our patients are well-informed about IV Therapy before beginning infusion.

Potential side effects of IV therapy, although rare, can be managed with proper care and attention. It's important to note that bruising is a common side effect that may occur at the insertion site. However, these bruises are generally harmless and resolve on their own over time. Infection at the insertion site is possible, but this risk is greatly reduced when sterile techniques are followed diligently. Occasionally, there might be some inflammation of the vein (phlebitis), resulting in mild pain, redness, or swelling at the infusion site. Allergic reactions to medications or substances administered through IV therapy can occur, but they are usually mild and treatable, such as hives or itching. Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) are extremely rare. By following proper protocols, adhering to sterile techniques, closely monitoring the process, and tailoring the treatment to each individual's needs, healthcare providers can help minimize side effects and ensure your safety."

What Are The Side Effects?

Preparing for a vitamin IV (intravenous) infusion involves a few key steps to ensure a safe and effective experience. Be Hydrated: Adequate hydration is essential for the success of an IV infusion. Drink plenty of water leading up to the appointment to ensure your body is well-hydrated. Avoid excessive caffeine and alcohol, as they can dehydrate you. Dress Comfortably: Wear loose-fitting and comfortable clothing that allows easy access to your arms. Also, consider bringing a hoodie, jacket or sweater in case you feel cold during the procedure. Eat a Light Meal: Have a light meal or snack before the infusion to maintain your blood sugar levels and prevent lightheadedness during the procedure. Arrive on Time and Relax: Arrive at the appointment on time or a few minutes early. Use this time to relax and mentally prepare yourself for the infusion. Bring a book, listen to calming music, or engage in any other activity that helps you relax during the procedure.

How Do I Prepare?

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