IV Therapy – ATP Energiser
Our high-octane energy boosting drip will give you plenty to feel good about.
It includes higher doses of the B Vitamins than other drips, as they’re essential for the body’s production and use of energy. On top of that, there is a higher dose of Magnesium – a critical component of the production of ATP, the main source of energy in cells, and energy-boosting amino acids like Taurine.
You will benefit from replenishing your essential nutrients, detoxifying the body, and boosting feelings of energy and well-being.
Your benefits: Increases the energy, Replenishes essential Nutrients, Detoxifies the body
The infusion contains Arginine, Taurine, Glycine, Carnosine, Magnesium DL Hydrogen Aspartate, Pyridoxine, Nicotinamide, Thiamin, Dexpantenol, Riboflavin 5 Phosphate, Adenosylcobalamin.
If you feel in need a healthy pick me up, our high-octane energy boosting drip is the ideal pick-me-up. With high doses of B vitamins and amino acids.Book a Consultation
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Frequently asked questions
What Is The Procedure For ATP Energiser?
A small catheter is inserted into a vein, and the infusion is given very slowly over 20-30 minutes.
The most common sensations are heat and flushing (a magnesium effect), and the taste of vitamins soon after the infusion begins. The cocktail is usually given 1-2 times per week, and beneficial effects are usually felt by the fourth visit. Many clients with chronic conditions choose to continue the infusions every 1-4 weeks or when they feel their energy slipping.
What Happens After An ATP Energiser Treatment?
Some clients feel an energy boost lasting days or weeks. Patients who get sick often with infections may find an improved immune response, with less susceptibility to viral illnesses.
It may take a few treatments to feel any benefits, and it may be the case you feel slightly worse before any improvement is felt, due to the detoxification process.
Side effects are remarkably rare and almost always are limited to local irritation of the vein.