Beat a Cold or Flu Faster with IV Hydration
When you want to recover from cold and flu symptoms quickly, you need an easy, fast-acting treatment for pain, congestion, stomach upset and dehydration.
Our IV vitamin infusion for cold and flu is specially formulated with vitamin C and other powerful ingredients to reduce symptoms, replenish fluids, balance electrolytes and provide essential nutrients so your body can heal itself.
What can IV therapy help with?
IV vitamin therapy helps you fight off & recover from all types of rhinovirus and influenza infections, from head colds and upper respiratory infections to the dreaded stomach flu.
Won't I just fight it off on my own eventually?
While commonplace, colds should be taken seriously. Complications can lead to bronchitis, sinusitis, ear infections and pneumonia.
Protect yourself from invisible illness
You or someone around you could have a cold or flu infection without even knowing. Around 25% of people infected with a cold or flu virus never experience symptoms.
Cold & Flu Therapy IV Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamine)
- Vitamin B6 (Pyriodoxine)
- ...And more!
- Vitamin B5 Vitamin
Vitamins & Supplements for Cold & Flu Relief
Our concentrated formulation of IV fluids with 11 powerful ingredients including Vitamin C, Zinc and Selenium will help knock out colds and the flu fast.
Many common natural supplements have a reputation for warding off or fighting illness:
Vitamin D supplements have been shown to help prevent colds, shorten the length of a cold or flu and even reduce the risk of a respiratory infection such as pneumonia.
Echinacea is an herb popular for its ability to help users get sick less often, provide relief from cold symptoms and help you get well faster.
Vitamin C has been studied for many years in relation to cold symptoms. While the jury’s still out on the ability of vitamin C supplements to treat a cold, high dose vitamin C treatments have been shown to shorten the length of your cold. IV treatments are the ideal way to deliver high doses of vitamin C directly into your bloodstream for fast and total absorption.
Taking probiotics or drinking kombucha will help restore beneficial bacteria in your gut, which is an important factor in immune system health. Oregano oil is also believed to have a strong antiviral effect.
Some people who take antibiotics for a cold or flu feel better at first because antibiotics can be anti-inflammatory. However the negative effect of antibiotics on the good bacteria living in your digestive tract can wind up making you feel worse.
Does IV therapy work for a cold?
Yes it does! IV therapy sends essential fluids and nutrients directly to your cells, giving your body the fuel it needs to fight off a cold.
Do IV fluids help with the flu?
Flu symptoms including fever and nausea can quickly lead to dehydration, making you feel worse by the hour. It can be hard to drink enough water to stay hydrated when you’re vomiting or simply too weak to make the effort. IV hydration takes your stomach out of the equation, rehydrating your body where you need it most so you can fight off a nasty flu in record time.
How Dehydration Increases Your Risk of Catching a Cold or Flu
Hydration is extra important when you’re sick. Your body loses a lot of fluid through the symptoms of a cold or flu, and not eating and drinking properly means you are not replacing important water and nutrients. Your cells, which are mostly made of water, are spending all their energy trying to fight off the sickness, and they are running out of ammo.
The symptoms of dehydration can include dizziness, weakness, mental fog and rapid heartbeat (to name a few), making you feel sick.
Chronic dehydration can also make you more susceptible to the next cold or flu virus making its way around your office, daycare or grocery store. Your body uses water to flush out toxins, maintain an optimal blood volume, fight inflammation and keep your systems balanced.
When you aren’t getting enough fluids on a regular basis your electrolyte balance can be off, and you can be more vulnerable to viral infections.