Infusion Therapy – Drip Spa

The latest trend to strengthen body and mind is called "Drip Spa". drip = to drip]. Drip Spa provides a natural energy boost and gives the body a real vitamin kick. The intravenous vitamin cocktails are put together individually by me and my team of doctors and are real power infusions with high-dose vitamins and minerals.

Whether for treatment or prevention - infusions are the only way to ensure 100% absorption of the active ingredients. Not only do these infusions help patients get back on their feet after surgery, but they're also fantastic power prevention blends for healthy people.

Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements and antioxidants go directly into the bloodstream, where they are immediately available to the body and can contribute to increasing and improving the body's defenses and recovery powers. The infusion therapy thus has the decisive advantage over the oral intake of vitamins and active ingredients.

What infusions do we offer?

Arginine: Arginine is an essential component for the formation of nitric oxide in the body. Studies have shown that nitric oxide dilates blood vessels, improves blood circulation, and lowers blood pressure. If there is not enough arginine available, circulatory problems, high blood pressure and erectile dysfunction can occur. Since interactions with blood pressure or heart medications can occur, arginine should only be taken as directed by a doctor

Carnitine: Carnitine or L-Carnitine is a naturally occurring quaternary ammonium compound synthesized from the amino acids lysine and methionine. Carnitine plays an essential role in... energy metabolism in the transport of fatty acids between Cytosol and Cell organelles like that mitochondria.Carnitine controls fat burning and when combined with exercise it stimulates fat burning in the body. In food it is found in beef but also in broccoli and chanterelles.

D-biotin: Biotin (also known as vitamin B7 or Vitamin H. referred to) is a water-soluble Vitamin from the B complex. It plays as a co-factor of Enzymes plays an important role in metabolism, but is also in cell nucleus important for the epigenetic Regulation of gene function. As a result of biotin deficiency, the following symptoms have been observed in humans: Skin disorders, Depression, extreme fatigue, sleepiness, Muscle aches, Hypersensitivity, local discomfort, anorexia, Nausea, Hair loss, color changes of the hair, brittle Nails, increased cholesterol levels, abnormally high levels of odd numbers fatty acids, disturbances of the Cardiac function, anemia, gray-pale Skin color, an increased susceptibility to infections was also found.

Folsaure: Folic acid (vitamin B9) belongs to the group of water-soluble vitamins and is involved in various growth and metabolic processes. A deficiency primarily affects cells that divide quickly (e.g. blood cells). If you consume a small amount of lettuce/leafy vegetables and citrus fruits, a folic acid deficiency can occur. This can lead to anemia with subsequent tiredness, paleness, irritability, shortness of breath and dizziness. During pregnancy, a folic acid deficiency can lead to malformation (neural tube defects) of the fetus.

Glutathione: Glutathione is one of the most important cellular antioxidants and is often referred to as the master antioxidant of cells. It is a sulfur-containing tripeptide made up of glutamic acid, glycine and cysteine. It is produced in the liver and is a major water-soluble cellular antioxidant and an important enzyme cofactor. It is present in every cell of the body and is essential for the body's immune system.

Thiamine: Vitamin B1 (also: thiamine) is a water-soluble vitamin and is particularly important for energy metabolism. It acts as a coenzyme in the production of energy from carbohydrates and is also involved in amino acid metabolism (proteins) and is also important for the nervous system. Symptoms of thiamine deficiency include muscle weakness and numbness of the extremities or edema and heart failure. A deficiency of thiamine leads to neurological symptoms and disorders in carbohydrate metabolism. If the feet tingle, burn, or sometimes feel numb, it may indicate that there is already nerve damage. Doctors speak of neuropathy. The nerve damage can also manifest itself as pain in the feet.

Nicotinamide: That is nicotinamide or niacinamide (NMN). Amid for nicotinic acid (niacin, vitamin B3). It has great biochemical importance as an important component of coenzymes NAD+ and NADP+ . In cosmetic items such as hair or skin care products, nicotinamide has a smoothing effect and neutralizes irregularities on the skin surface. Nicotinamide stimulates the synthesis of proteins, Keratin and Ceramides in the skin. This leads to a positive effect on skin diseases such as Acne and Rosacea and reduces skin aging (“anti-aging effect”).

Vitamin C: Vitamin C is needed, among other things, to build connective tissue (collagen), bones and teeth. Vitamin C has an antioxidant effect, which means it scavenges harmful compounds such as free radicals and reactive oxygen species, thereby protecting the cells and molecules in the body from damage. Vitamin C contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system during and after intense physical activity. It is important for normal collagen formation, normal function of blood vessels (bones, cartilage function, gums, skin, teeth) and contributes to normal psychological function. Vitamin C strengthens the immune system and protects against oxidative stress. Vitamin C contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and increases iron absorption. It is an essential component in infusion therapy because it is involved as a co-factor in many metabolic products.

Taurine: Taurine is a semi-essential amino acid and is formed from cysteine ​​in human liver cells and is absorbed through food. Some research has shown that the amounts of taurine in human muscle and brain tissue decrease with age. The extent to which the loss of taurine contributes to the aging process is being investigated in current studies. With increasing age, the concentration of taurine in the blood decreases. Laboratory studies show that taurine can also promote the growth and connection of new brain cells, thus restoring brain function that was previously thought to be lost in older people. They also found that giving taurine to mice and monkeys extended the animals' healthy lifespan before the onset of age-related diseases. improved the function of bones, muscles, pancreas, brain, intestines and immune system. Many people know taurine from the energy drink “Red Bull”, but taurine itself has no stimulating effect and, on the contrary, has a calming effect. Taurine deficiency, on the other hand, is clearly associated with stress and therefore poor sleep.

NAD+: What is NAD+? We all want more energy, full performance and slow aging, and there is a solution: the biomolecule NAD+. NAD+ stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. The molecule has two forms - one active and one inactive. In its active form it is known as NAD+ and in its inactive form as NADH. The molecule is an important component in the conversion of food into energy, in maintaining DNA integrity and in proper cell function and cell repair. Humans actually only have the ideal level of NAD+ at birth, which we find in the body as a particularly important coenzyme for metabolic activities and thus the body's energy production. require mitochondria. As we age, NAD+ levels in the body naturally slowly but steadily decrease. The result is an undersupply of the mitochondria and their function and apoptosis, the natural cell death, occurs. As a result, damage to the genetic material becomes increasingly difficult to correct as we get older and many types of illnesses – so-called old-age diseases – can arise.

The decline in NAD+ levels can be attributed to other important factors:

■ excessive calorie intake
■ Intake of sugar
■ Consumption of alcohol, nicotine and drugs
■ chronic inflammatory diseases

According to the latest findings, there is also a direct connection between low NAD+ levels and Alzheimer's disease, diabetes and heart disease. The powerful coenzyme has extensive therapeutic potential. In 2017, an international research group discovered that NAD+ plays a crucial role in enabling cells to repair damaged DNA. One of the vital biochemical reactions that NAD+ affects is the function of sirtuins, a family of proteins known as longevity genes. Sirtuins are produced by almost every cell in the body and control aging by turning genes on and off, particularly genes involved in the aging process.

Sirutuins also protect telomeres. The ends of chromosomes are called telomeres. They have the character of a “protective cap”. Telomeres protect chromosomes from degradation and ensure the error-free functionality and viability of cells. Over the course of life, these telomeres become increasingly shortened, and when the telomeres become too short, the cells can no longer replicate. Telomeres gradually shorten with age, impairing the ability of stem cells to generate tissue. Cell aging processes occur. In particular, mental performance declines and the immune system becomes increasingly poor.

NAD+ infusion provides safer, faster and more effective absorption compared to oral intake via capsules.
Only through this infusion can one hundred percent bioavailability be guaranteed and the organism regenerate in the best possible way.

There is an increase in general well-being and more physical and mental energy.
The maintenance of cognitive functions
(Focus, memory, concentration, understanding) is supported
There is an activation of the neuron function of the brain.
The metabolism is stimulated and the
Cell regeneration (repair of damaged DNA) begins.
It also reduces chronic inflammation in the body.


Everyone over 30 benefits from an NAD+ infusion, as cell function slowly declines with age. The infusion is particularly suitable for the following complaints:

■ Depression, mood disorders
■ Diabetes
■ Weight management
■ Regeneration after injuries
■ Mitochondrial dysfunction
■ Chronic fatigue
■ States of exhaustion
■ Support during convalescence
■ Memory/concentration problems
■ Side effects of withdrawal symptoms (alcohol, medication, nicotine, drugs)

This infusion strengthens the connective tissue with methionine and arginine builds collagen, a special mix of vitamins and minerals can improve the skin structure. Taurine has an antioxidant effect and regulates the fluid balance. Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin. It is essential for the cell renewal of skin, hair and nails.

The combination of amino acids, magnesium, copper and manganese stimulates the detoxification processes in the body and helps eliminate harmful substances. Supportive of a detox cure or diet and also as an "afterparty-drip" after too much alcohol and little sleep.

As a natural fat burner, vitamin C supports the metabolism. Magnesium and L-carnitine accelerate fat burning and stimulate muscle growth. Fucus vesiculosus helps with obesity and metabolic disorders and is a homeopathic diet aid. Magnesium and other minerals support the build-up of strength and gain in performance and concentration.

The anti-stress mixture contains, among other things, an electrolyte solution with magnesium, calcium, potassium and glycine. Carnitine gives the body, mind, psyche and immune system a lot of strength and increases vitality and is perfect against stress. Taurine strengthens the nerves and can counteract physical and mental overload.

  • Vitamin C shot
  • Vitamin B-12 shot
  • Glutathione shot
  • Resveratrol shot

The shots are high-dose short infusions for a quick effect.
The vitamin booster during the lunch break with a fantastic effect.

Frequently asked questions

A wellness vitamin and mineral infusion placed intravenously by our doctors.

Infusions can strengthen the immune system, reduce stress, improve mood, help with weight loss and improve blood values.

The infusions are put together individually. A blood count must be prepared in advance. There is no ONE infusion for everyone.

Depending on the run, an infusion takes about 30 to 50 minutes.

After the anamnesis, the therapy will be discussed with our doctors. Blood is then taken, a blood count is taken and the infusion is put together according to the therapy.

Doctors and medical personnel under medical supervision only.

We administer infusions to support wound healing and accelerate regeneration. Of course, you can also get the minerals and vitamins with your diet, but with an infusion you get the dose you need without having to take carbohydrates or sugar with you.

last updated on 02.02.2024