Anxiety Relief

Your stress doesn’t have to control you.
Regardless of its magnitude, stress can take a toll on your day-to-day and make you feel down, anxious, and overwhelmed. Intervene now and opt for our Anxiety Relief IV to mitigate the impact of stress and its accompanying symptoms.

What does it do?

  • Relieves stress
  • Helps manage work-life balance
  • Boosts energy
  • Alleviates stress-related symptoms

Anxiety IV
$169

*discounts available for packages of 10 or more.

The Full Nitty Gritty

Anxious, heart palpitations, trouble sleeping, stress-eating, overthinking? Let’s break that cycle! 

Give your body and mind the extra support it needs to combat anxiety and stress by improving your vitamin intake.

Ascorbic acid, also known as Vitamin C, is a water-soluble nutrient (that is not produced by the body) and an antioxodant that has several health benefits. It’s known to boost immunity, improve iron absorption in the body, and combat high blood pressure. It also reduces the risk for heart and chronic diseases.
B-Complex is a group of nutrients that are water-soluble – that is, the body does not store it. Therefore, it’s important to introduce B-Complex in the body through external means such as food/supplements or intravenously. It gives you a boost and helps keep stress at bay.
Magnesium is a mineral that plays an important role in structural bone development, calcium absorption in the body, and the synthesis of protein and the antioxidant glutathione. Magnesium chloride is a water-soluble compound that regulates magnesium levels in the body.
B12 is a vitamin that plays a key role in keeping your nerve cells healthy. It also helps in blood cell formation, which prevents anemia, and in giving you an energy boost in general. It is most commonly known to aid healthy development of skin, hair and nails.
Zinc is an essential mineral that is known to help balance immunity, reduce inflammation and the severity of colds, serve as an antioxdant, and help with wound healing. Since the body cannot store zinc, intake of zinc by external means is important.

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