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Recovery Boost


Recover from workouts and illness quickly with an IV that can help boost immune function, reduce inflammation, and support faster muscle healing.

Best Uses for Recovery IV

  • Workout recovery
  • Boost Energy
  • Improve mental focus
  • Athletic performance
  • Replenish essential vitamins

What you'll get with our Recovery Boost IV Drip

Whether you’re suffering from vacation dehydration or trying to bounce back from a particularly draining week at work, our Recovery formula is ready to restore your energy, mood, and overall wellness.

Any stress on the body has lasting effects, making it hard to restore your health. However, clients in Sioux Falls can quickly and efficiently rebuild their health through our custom blend of vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and fluids. When you’re feeling run down and struggling to make a comeback, these nutrients can help.

Vitamin C
As a potent antioxidant, vitamin C protects your body from viruses and cell damage. Studies show it’s also a powerful tool in reducing the physical and psychological effects of stress. In addition, vitamin C may lower the body’s cortisol levels, helping you to recover from burnout faster.

Zinc is instrumental in managing cortisol levels, restoring cells, and repairing DNA. As a result, it’s a powerful tool in recovering from or preventing feeling run-down or depleted.

B-Complex Vitamins
Whenever you tax your body, it goes through a recovery period to rebuild energy levels, cognitive processes, and overall function. B-complex vitamins supply the resources necessary to support your nervous system and boost your energy levels, brain health, and overall mood.

Vitamin B12
Stress reduces your body’s levels of B vitamins, especially B12. IV therapy allows you to quickly and efficiently use this nutrient to balance your brain function and development, supply your body with necessary hormones, and convert food into energy.
You can combat any energy-depleting event by using our Recovery formula before the stress even hits.