Recovery & Performance


If you are looking for a healthy way to boost athletic performance or improve recovery after a strenuous workout, check out the Recovery and Performance IV Blend! This IV therapy delivers a nourishing blend of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly into your bloodstream. In addition to athletic benefits, this blend can also improve fatigue and healing from surgery or wounds.

  • Mineral blend: This blend includes several important trace minerals which the body needs only in small amounts. Athletes often lose these trace minerals in their sweat, and it is difficult to get them across the gut lining through diet. An IV which can directly deliver these important nutrients to the bloodstream is the perfect way to replenish trace minerals crucial for many metabolic processes.
  • Amino acids: These molecules are the building blocks for all proteins which help the body grow, break down food, repair body tissue, and fulfill other body functions. Amino acids can also be used as a source of energy. Nonessential amino acids are created by the body naturally, but essential amino acids are not created by the body and must come from external sources like food or IVs. This blend contains a unique combination of all types of amino acids, including several conditional amino acids which act essential in times of illness or stress.
  • Vitamin Complex: The Recovery and Performance IV includes an array of B vitamins, which are essential for the body’s energy production and cellular repair. They provide crucial support during times of severe or prolonged stress, and they are necessary for proper function and resilience in nerves.
  • Ascorbic acid: Also known as Vitamin C, this water-soluble vitamin is a powerful antioxidizing and reducing agent. Ascorbic acid fights bacterial infections, detoxifies the body, and improves wound healing by creating collagen, an important component of fibrous tissue. Since Vitamin C cannot be produced or stored by the body, it must be obtained by external means.

Written by Laurana Wheeler Roderer, 12 November 2020