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What's in it?

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H2O plus electrolytes to create a balanced solution which hydrates the body immediately. Lactated ringers is the most common intravenous solution given in emergency rooms and hospitals, and  2 liters (2000mL) will ensure you are fully hydrated.


Involved in DNA synthesis, protein and fat metabolism.  Also important in the creation of myelin, one of the main components of the brain and nervous system.  Aids in the maturation of red blood cells, therefore essential in prevention and treatment of anemia.


This prescription medication is the most common intravenous anti-nausea medication given in the hospital setting.  It works immediately on receptors in your brain to stop nausea and vomiting, restoring your ability to drink fluids and eat food again.


Toradol is a powerful anti-inflammatory (NSAID) medication that works to relieve pain, halt inflammatory processes throughout the body, and facilitate recovery.  Unlike oral medications, Toradol starts working in minutes and provides powerful relief from headaches, aches, and pain.


Pepcid is an over-the-counter medication that blocks H2 (Histamine) receptors in the GI tract, thereby significantly reducing the acid production by your stomach.  By decreasing the acidity of your stomach, this decreases nausea and promotes healing and recovery of the stomach lining.

Hangover Cure


A little too much fun last night?  This infusion is specifically designed to combat the symptoms of a hangover, specifically dehydration, headache, nausea, and vomiting.  High dose vitamin B12 is also included to give you back energy and get your day back.  Several hangover remedies exist, but make sure you know exactly what's in your infusion, as many "cures" only target a few of the symptoms common to a hangover.  See below for a detailed description of what a true fix is made of.

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