IV Drip Therapy
At OPES Health, all treatments include the essential vitamins and minerals needed to improve productivity, increase energy levels, and detoxify your body: B-Complex (Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Pyridoxine), Choline, and Ascorbic Acid
- B-Complex vitamins play a variety of roles in the body, including serving as cofactors in macronutrient metabolism to create energy for all cells, aiding in cellular metabolism of food into energy, alleviating fatigue and mental fog, improving eyesight and brain function, promoting healthy digestion, maintaining proper nerve function, and more.
- Choline helps the brain cells in the production of acetylcholine, which is an essential neurotransmitter for mental focus and learning as well as an overall healthy nervous system.
- Ascorbic Acid, otherwise known as Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps to make collagen and maintain the strength of your immune system.
We stay consistent with the basics while also suiting your individual needs with a variety of treatment options.
The Cold and Flu drip improves immune health and provides an energy boost as it fuels your body with zinc and trace minerals paired with vitamin C and B Complex. This treatment helps to keep you feeling refreshed and healthier than ever.
Vitamin C assists the immune system by aiding in the production of almost all immune system cells and functions when pathogens are detected. While it helps with carnitine synthesis, Vitamin C aids in muscle weakness and fatigue. Vitamin C also provides antioxidant properties that help to reduce inflammation and irritation that have been caused by free radicals and aids in collagen synthesis.
Zinc helps with gene expression, enzyme function, and preventing infections. It has properties that help to prevent illness and infection and speed up recovery time. Zinc is essential for cell growth, cell division, and wound healing.
The body requires Vitamin D to absorb calcium and maintain bone growth and teeth. It supports healthy immune, brain, and nervous systems, as well as lung function and cardiovascular health. Vitamin D can be synthesized by the body when exposed to sunlight, though can also be consumed through supplementation.