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IV Therapy

replenishes nutrients

restores energy

enhances health

IV Therapy Menu

Golden Leaf Health Center provides various customized IV solutions servicing North County San Diego.


Feeling drained and fatigued? Need help to meet life’s demands? Own your day fully with this hydrating and nutrient packed IV.


Support your body’s defenses against sickness. It contains essential nutrients to help keep your immune system strong.

Myer's Cocktail

This powerful blend of nutrients is known as the Gold Standard. It has been known to combat chronic fatigue, headaches, migraines, brain fog, and fibromyalgia, to name a few.


Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that protects your cells from free radicals in the body. It is a great supporter of your liver and is best absorbed intravenously as oral supplementation is limited.


For active people and athletes who push their body to the limits. Help your muscles recover with this formula so you can get back out and achieve your goals. Contains amino acids.

Intravenous (IV) therapy is a therapeutic treatment that delivers essential fluids, nutrients, minerals, and amino acids directly into the bloodstream, by-passing the digestive system. Most people aren’t able to absorb as much nutrients from food or oral supplementation. Your blood is able to quickly absorb the nutrients and vitamins at a higher percentage, approximately 90%, for cellular absorption and utilization.

IV therapy delivers nutrients to replenish deficiencies that are associated with a variety of health conditions. Vitamin injection therapy has many benefits that include: detoxification, decreasing inflammation, lower stress, immune support, increasing energy, and fighting infections.

IV therapy can be used for rehydration after an intense sporting event or a long night out, as well as headaches, anxiety, allergies, fatigue, weight loss, cold/flu, and anti-aging benefits.

It depends on what you are using it for. If you have a chronic condition, coming in regularly, 1-2 times each month would be your best bet. If you are trying not to get sick before the big meeting, then one visit may be all you need. Each individual has their own needs, so we recommend that you talk with your provider about what the best timing is for you.

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