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Here is a list of the IV (intravenous) therapies we offer: 

Winnipeg IV Therapies

Winnipeg IV therapies are more effective than the traditional route of oral supplementation. By administering your nutrients, vitamins, and minerals intravenously, there is the ability to promote better absorption directly into the bloodstream. 

IV Vitamin C Therapy

Administering it intravenously lets vitamin C bypass the digestive process and allows for a higher dosage delivery to the cells. 

IV Alpha Lipoic Acid Therapy

IV Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) therapy is used to treat a number of common conditions.  


Delivered intravenously, patients will receive a combination of ⍺-lipoic acid, palladium, B vitamins, amino acids, and trace amounts of other ingredients. It has been used effectively for more than 20 years and can increase the quality of life compared to more traditional treatments.

IV Curcumin

Curcumin, the active ingredient that causes the yellow pigmentation in turmeric, has significant effects on the body. IV use delivers strong enough doses to produce desired effects. 

Hydrogen Peroxide Therapy

Sometimes referred to as a hydrogen peroxide injection or drip, the hydrogen peroxide therapy used by our clinic. It can helpful for a number of common conditions. 

Winnipeg Myers’ Cocktail

Patients who are experiencing a range of symptoms that require them to be on supplements or multiple medications might want to consider a Winnipeg Myers’ Cocktail. This treatment offers a range of vitamins and minerals including magnesium, selenium, vitamin C, calcium, and some B vitamins. By delivering it intravenously, the Myers’ Cocktail is better absorbed by the body and can produce lasting effects.

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