IV Therapy and Boosters: Ingredients Index

  • B-Complex (B1, B3, B5, B6): B vitamins are critical for most of the body’s fundamental processes. They convert food into energy; are needed for healthy skin, hair, muscles, and brain; are critical for nerve function; help produce neurotransmitters, hormones, and red blood cells; and influences cognitive abilities and immune function.
  • Biotin (B7): stimulates production of keratin, the protein that makes up hair, skin and nails.
  • B12: used by almost every cell in the body and crucial for metabolism, B12 provides a variety of benefits including red blood cell formation, breaking down some fatty acids and amino acids, and myelin synthesis (which protects brain cells). The body does not naturally produce B12 so it must be consumed via supplements and diet. Many American are deficient in B12 – especially those who avoid meat and dairy – which can cause fatigue.
  • Vitamin C: bolsters the immune system and acts as an antioxidant that neutralizes unstable, cell-damaging free radicals. Also helps produce collagen and certain neurotransmitters. Evidence indicates that Vitamin C may lower the risk for some cancers (eg, breast, stomach, mouth, esophagus) and may protect against cataracts.
  • Carnitine: an amino acid that helps convert fat to energy. It is used to treat fatigue, heart disease and insulin resistance. Carnitine has been shown to improve male fertility and athletic performance (increased speed; lower heart rate, O2 consumption and lactic acid production).
  • Vitamin D: is one of the most important nutrients for strengthening the immune system. Studies indicate it reduces the risk of colds and flus. Vitamin D strengthens bones and teeth. Also, Vitamin D deficiency has been shown to be associated with the risk of autoimmune diseases.
  • Glutathione: often referred to as the “master antioxidant”, glutathione protects the body from cellular damage and genetic mutations. It also helps with detoxification. Glutathione declines with age, putting cells at increased risk. Glutathione levels also decline after intense exercise, leaving the body at risk of oxidative damage without supplementation.
  • Lysine: an “essential” amino acid, meaning the body does not produce it (but needs it!) so Lysine must be consumed from supplements or food. Lysine enhances production of collagen and helps the body absorb calcium (studies indicate it may help prevent bone loss from osteoporosis).
  • Magnesium: is shown to be effective for both the treatment of headaches and prevention of migraines (including menstrual migraines). Magnesium also helps build bones and teeth, and is needed for healthy regulation of blood pressure and muscle functioning.
  • Proline: used to make proteins for soft tissue healing and muscle rebuilding.
  • Taurine: an amino acid used to boost energy and improve mood. Studies also show protective effects including antioxidant, anti-inflammation (especially in the heart and liver) and blood pressure-lowering properties.
  • Toradol: a pain reliever for moderate to moderately severe pain. It is not a narcotic and is non-habit forming, part of a group of medicines called “nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs” (NSAIDs).
  • Zofran: an anti-nausea medicine.



  • Lipo-B12: “Lipo” is short for “Lipotropic”, which means to promote the physiologic utilization and breakdown of fat during metabolism. Our Lipo B12 uses two amino acids (Methionine and Choline) that are Lipotropic, combined with two energy-promoting nutrients (Inositol and B12), which help fuel the fat breakdown process.
  • Amino Blend: a powerful combination of Amino Acids (Arginine, Carnitine, Citrulline, Glutamine, Lysine, Ornithine) to support post-workout recovery and rebuilding of muscles.