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IV Vitamin Infusions

Intraveneous (IV) vitamin infusions and intramuscular (IM) injections are arguably the most efficient and effective way to feed your cells with the micronutrients they need in order to function at their highest capacity. IV infusions and IM injections deliver vitamins, minerals, essential nutrients and hydration directly to the cells via the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract and allowing for maximum absorption at the cellular level. Although oral vitamins are a good way to supplement nutrients not received from a perfectly-balanced diet on a daily basis, the average American consumer only absorbs about 25-50% of the oral vitamins they take on a daily basis, depending on what vitamin is consumed, consumers age, comorbidities, gut health, and other daily medications (Yetley, 2007). On the other hand, vitamins delivered intravenously are 100% bioavailable and go straight to your cells, where the cellular benefits are not only proven but felt almost immediately post infusion.

Pawlowska, E., Szczepanska, J., and Blasiak, J. (2019). Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 1-18.

It is important to note that the osmotic gradient created due to the high concentration of IV/IM vitamins in the bloodstream helps push those micronutrients into the cells, having a restorative impact on the cells for the remainder of the cell’s life (Petteruti, 2021). This process cultivates healthier cells, transforming the body to become more vibrant, more energetic, and more resilient to disease.

Rather than a reactive approach to disease, we want to empower people to alter the course of cell deterioration, and support overall cellular vitality at Empower Wellness. Depending on what symptoms you are looking to combat, our IV infusions and IM injections help hydrate, cleanse, boost energy, improve muscle recovery and performance, enhance immune support, aid in skin rejuvenation, optimize cognitive function, and replenish vital nutrients, helping restore your body to a state of wellness.


Petteruti, S. (2021). Vitamized Health. Independently published by ISBN: 9798763802283.

Pawlowska, E., Szczepanska, J., and Blasiak, J. (2019). Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity, 1-18.

Yetley, E. A. (2007).The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85(1), 269S–276S.

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