Intravenous or IV hydration therapy (i.e., IV vitamin therapy, vitamin drip) has been gaining public recognition as it has become more popular among celebrities and athletes with fast-paced, active lives. Although historically it was used to treat patients with illnesses, modern IVs have been supplemented with nutrients to help both sick and healthy patients who need an energy boost or protection from disease. So if you have an important upcoming event, feel tired/stressed, are dehydrated from an illness, have participated in strenuous exercise, or need a quick hangover cure, you may want to consider IV therapy.

IV therapy has been used to ameliorate symptoms of:
  • Fatigue
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Asthma
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Migraines
  • Cancer
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Narcotic withdrawal
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Depression
  • Dehydration
  • Morning sickness

  • WhiteCoat’s IV therapy replenishes the body with an exclusive blend of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. We selected this blend because the ingredients meet our high safety and efficacy standards. A balanced diet usually provides enough vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. However, many people have trouble maintaining a balanced diet. Seniors and vegetarians are especially susceptible to nutritional deficiencies and may benefit from frequent IV infusions. IV therapy is also safe and can help you feel better if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding. If you have any concerns, talk to your WhiteCoat provider to see if IV therapy is right for you.
    Intravenous vitamins, minerals and antioxidants work in a number of ways to prevent long-term damage to your body.
  • Correct biochemical or nutrient deficiencies
  • Enhance the immune system to prevent colds/flus
  • Protect cells from free radicals
  • Decrease inflammation
  • Restore natural fluid balance

  • Most patients experience a significant improvement in well-being, including:
  • More energy
  • Better focus or memory
  • Improved sleep
  • Improved psychological well-being
  • Decreased pain or cramping
  • Like Myer’s Cocktail, WhiteCoat’s IV drip contains B-complex and Vitamin C. However, we have enhanced Myer’s Cocktail by adding other high-quality vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are essential for your health. For example, we have included glutathione, an antioxidant which helps repair and protect your skin and liver. Myer’s Cocktail does not have any antioxidants. If you’re interested in learning more about our ingredients, please give WhiteCoat a call at (888) 223-1207.
    The process takes no more than 30 minutes. A licensed clinician will insert a small plastic sheath (i.e. an IV) into your vein and provide a slow ‘drip’ of the solution over a period of time. The IV is usually placed near the elbow, wrist or back of the hand. Normal sensations include heat/flushing (the effect of magnesium) and the taste of electrolytes and vitamins as the infusion begins, but these symptoms are usually very slight and go away before the infusion is complete.

    Adverse side effects, though rare, include:
  • Irritation in the vein
  • Palpitations or racing heartbeat, secondary to effects on the circulatory system
  • Headaches
  • Muscle cramps or weakness
  • Arm pain at the infusion site
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • The risks of getting IV therapy are the same as the risks associated with receiving IVs in general. To prevent the risk of infection, the injection site is cleaned thoroughly. The process is done with sterile equipment and technique by trained professionals.

    To prevent vein damage during injection or an air embolism, never administer an IV yourself; only registered nurses, doctors, and other trained healthcare professionals should administer IV therapy. Medications administered intravenously act on the body quickly. Therefore any effects can be observed immediately. The patient undergoing IV therapy will be observed carefully throughout the process for any possible allergic reactions and will receive a free follow-up consultation a few days later so the provider can continue to monitor the response to the treatment.
    Clinics offer IV infusions for $150-200 or more and you have to go to them. WhiteCoat comes to you and it is only $100 in addition to the cost of the house call, which includes a comprehensive clinical examination. For more information about the house call, visit

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