Do you feel overtired or overworked from time to time? Do you feel unrelenting exhaustion that isn't relieved by rest?




Deliver 100% of the fluid, electrolytes and vitamins directly into the bloodstream.Hydrate, boost energy levels and release those unwanted toxins = amazing.

Vitamindrip® "ENERGY" is a functional IV Injection providing replenishing fluid, electrolytes, vitamins and active ingredients to promote adrenal function, mental acuity, and stress tolerance.

Frequently asked questions

3) What's inside?

Vitamin C + B 12 + B 1 + B2 + B3 + B5 +B6 + L-Taurine + L-Glutamine + L-Arginine + Magnesium + Sodium + Calcium + Zinc + Manganese + Chromium + Selenium + Copper + Chloride + Water Vitamindrip® "ENERGY" injection formula contains USP standard ingredients for identity, strength, quality, and purity. Note: Your final formula may differ slightly subject to ingredient availability and treating medical practitioners prescribed recommendations.

1) Why am I so tired?

Nearly everyone is overtired or overworked from time to time. Such instances of temporary fatigue usually have an identifiable cause and a likely remedy. Unrelenting exhaustion, on the other hand, lasts longer, is more profound and isn't relieved by rest. It's a nearly constant state of weariness that develops over time and reduces your energy, motivation and concentration. Fatigue at this level impacts your emotional and psychological well-being, too. Formulated with a variety of vitamins (including a high dose of the B’s) and other micro-nutrients—this helps re-balance an overtaxed system. Replenishing the nutrients you may be lacking may improve energy levels and diminish stress. Indication: Hectic 24/7 lifestyle, working or playing long hours, exercising, big race or competition, studying, mood and much more.

4) Are there any side effects?

Safety is important and it helps to know about possible side effects. VITAMINDRIP® can cause side effects. Rarely reported side effects include: (Please note that these side effects are rare, and tend to resolve following cessation of the intravenous therapy. Irritation in the vein, secondary to infusate’s effects on the circulatory system Lowering of blood pressure Lowering of blood sugar Muscle cramps or weakness Arm pain at the infusion site Lightheadedness Upset stomach Rash Other important information: VITAMINDRIP® can temporarely restore hydration and energy. Individual results may vary. And it’s not right for everyone. Here are some other things you should know: Do not take VITAMINDRIP® if you: ​Take any medicines called nitrates, often prescribed for chest pain, or guanylate cyclase stimulators like Adempas (riociguat) for pulmonary hypertension. Your blood pressure could drop to an unsafe level. if you have kidney disease or are allergic to any of the ingredients in VITAMINDRIP® The most common side effects of VITAMINDRIP® are: Headache Flushing Nausea Dizziness Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bother you or do not go away. These are not all the possible side effects of VITAMINDRIP®. For more information, ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist. Talk to your Doctor/Medical Practitioner: Discuss your general health and dehydration symptoms with your doctor to see if VITAMINDRIP® is right for you. References: 1. Malkiel-Shapiro B. Further observations on parenteral magnesium sulfate therapy in coronary heart disease: a clinical appraisal. S Afr Med J 1958;32:1211-1215.2. Browne SE. Intravenous magnesium sulphate in arterial disease. Practitioner 1969;202:562-564.3. Blanchard J, Tozer TN, Rowland M. Pharmacokinetic perspectives on megadoses of ascorbic acid. Am J Clin Nutr 1997;66:1165-1171.4. 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2) What is Vitamindrip®?

Vitamindrip® is a scientifically formulated intravenous solution for the effective treatment of moderate to severe dehydration, and has been found to be effective against asthma, migraines, fatigue (including chronic fatigue syndrome), acute muscle spasm, upper respiratory tract infections, chronic sinusitis, seasonal allergic rhinitis, and other disorders. (Alternative Medical Review 2002;7(5):389-403)