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Pregnancy Relief Infusion $150

Pregnancy Relief Packages 

Package of 5 $700

Package of 10 $1300

Helps With:

Pregnancy is a wonderful experience, but morning sickness can be horrible. Our pregnancy infusion is designed to alleviate the symptoms of nausea and vomiting, allowing you to rehydrate and receive vital vitamins needed during pregnancy. Our pregnancy infusion contains all your B vitamins to boost your energy levels, mood, and appetite and an anti-nausea medication to calm your stomach, helping you hold down food and fluids. Magnesium helps with cramping and hydrating mussels while flushing out toxins, calming down the nervous system, and helping the body get into REM sleep. The Ultimate remedy for morning sickness!

What's Inside:

(1 Liter/1000ml Electrolyte Fluid) 

Electrolytes + Antioxidants Essential Minerals + Vitamins Anti-nausea if needed

: B Complex

: B1 Thiamine

: B2 Riboflavin

: B3 Niacinamide

: B5 Dexpanthenol

: B6 Pyridoxine

: B9 Folate

: B12 Total Cobalamin 

: Magnesium 

: Calcium

: Potassium


During the first trimester of pregnancy, many women suffer from morning sickness. It usually disappears around the sixteenth or eighteenth week. If you’re experiencing persistent morning sickness several times a day and are losing weight or feeling dehydrated, this is considered severe morning sickness. Dehydration during pregnancy is potentially detrimental to your baby’s growth and your health. Talk with your OBGYN before seeing if it would be beneficial for you and the baby.


Dehydration Overview

Dehydration is a condition that can occur when the loss of body fluids, mostly water, exceeds the amount that is taken in. With dehydration, more water is moving out of individual cells and then out of the body than the amount of water taken in through drinking. Medically, dehydration usually means a person has lost enough fluid so that the body begins to lose its ability to function normally and then begins to produce symptoms related to fluid loss. Although infants and children are at the highest risk for dehydration, many adults, especially the elderly, have significant risk factors.


People lose water daily as water vapor in the breath we exhale and in our sweat, urine, and stool. Small amounts of salts or electrolytes are also lost along with the water. Our bodies constantly readjust the balance between water (and salts or electrolytes) losses with fluid intake. When we lose too much water, our bodies may become out of balance or dehydrated. Most doctors divide dehydration into three stages: 1) mild, 2) moderate, and 3) severe. Mild and often even moderate dehydration can be reversed or put back in balance by oral intake of fluids that contain electrolytes (or salts) that are lost during activity. Some instances of moderate and severe dehydration can lead to death if unrecognized and untreated. This article is designed to discuss dehydration in adults.


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