What's in it?

LACTATED RINGERS

One liter of H2O combined with electrolytes to create a balanced solution which immediately hydrates the body.  Lactated ringers (known as "LR") is the most commonly used intravenous solution given in emergency rooms and hospitals.

B-COMPLEX

Five different B Vitamins: B1 Thiamine to help metabolize fats, carbohydrates, and amino acids), B2 Riboflavin to prevent migraine headaches, B3 Niacinamide to help decrease cholesterol and repair DNA, B5 Dexpanthenol and B6 Pyridoxine (details below).

VITAMIN B5

Dexpanthenol (also known as Pantothenic acid) enables your body to utilize carbs, proteins, and fats.  It is an essential vitamin for human life, involved with the creation of blood cells and converting the food you eat into energy.

VITAMIN B6

Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate (also known as Pyridoxine) is a vitamin required to synthesize proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.  Other functions include amino acid metabolism and biosynthesis of neurotransmitters throughout the body.

 

MAGNESIUM SULFATE (MgSO4)

Magnesium works to lower blood pressure, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease, improving sleep quality, treating migraines, and decreasing the symptoms of depression.  By relaxing the mind and body, Magnesium helps you get to sleep faster and improves overall quality of sleep.

Stress Relief + Relaxation

$159

Stress affects us all in different ways, but one thing is certain: excess stress is detrimental to your health.  This infusion gives your body the hydration and supplements it needs better cope with stress and provide a level of mental and physical relaxation beyond meditation or sensory deprivation. Magnesium works to release tension in the muscles and relax your thinking without causing sedation like prescription medications can.  Come in today, sit back in our comfy chair and find your Zen with the Stress Relief + Relaxation infusion...

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