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Vitamin IV Therapy in Cedar Park, TX

Nepenthe Wellness - Vitamin Therapy

Improve Wellness and Health with Vitamin IV Drips

About Vitamin Drips

Feeling run down and lethargic? Need a burst of energy to tackle a big day? Recovering from a night on the town? Vitamin drips combine fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, minerals, and essential nutrients and deliver them directly to your bloodstream for fast results. Because the infusion bypasses the digestive system, we’re able to achieve almost 100% absorption. We help you take life head-on.

Enjoy 100% of the effects of vitamins, electrolytes, and fluids with our IV vitamin drips!

Fight Mental Fog

Our vitamin drips boost cognition and help you focus and fight mental fog.

A Burst of Energy

Struggling to make it through the day as your eyes droop? We can help.

Enhance Health

Boost immune system function and enjoy better health!

Fight Inflammation

Inflammation is the underlying cause of many chronic illnesses.

Better Heart Health

Deliver heart-healthy micronutrients directly to the bloodstream!

Our Most Popular Vitamin Drips





Myer's Cocktail

Myer's Cocktail



Popular Add-Ons


Increases energy, rebuilds tissue, promotes weight loss, and improves hair, skin, and nails.

Alpha Lipio Acid

Reverses oxidant damage associated with aging and helps to eliminate toxins. Restores antioxidant levels and assists with the optimization of blood sugar levels.


Promotes fat tissue breakdown to generate metabolic energy. Improves your exercise performance and helps prevent fatigue associated with exercise.

Zinc Chloride

Assists with a range of immune system processes such as wound healing, blood clotting, and thyroid function.


Taurine has important functions in the heart and brain. It helps support nerve growth. It might also benefit people with heart failure by lowering blood pressure and calming the nervous system. This might help prevent heart failure from becoming worse.

Magnesium Chloride

Responsible for the regulation of blood sugar and blood pressure, as well as healthy muscle and nerve function. Assists with the production of proteins, bone minerals, and DNA.

B Complex

Converts food Into energy supports brain health, produces red blood cells, and promotes nervous system health. Also supports hormone production, may prevent migraines, and reduce overall stress.

Ascorbic Acid

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is necessary for the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues. It’s involved in many body functions, including collagen formation and absorption of iron. Also promotes healthy immune system function, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth.

Ready to Get Started? Here’s How!

Sign Up


Signing up for IV therapy is simple and easy. Just create a new profile and complete your intake forms, then choose your appointment date and time! If you’re an existing patient, you can use our online portal to view your treatment history and book your next visit.

Book Your Appointment


Use our online system to choose the vitamin drip that you want, any add-ons you prefer, and the date and time that work best for you. Need reservations for more than one person? Get in touch – we’re happy to schedule multiple appointments/group reservations.

Your Arrival


Make sure you wear comfortable clothing that provides easy access to your arms (the IV will be inserted in your arm or hand). We recommend that new patients complete their intake forms before arrival to avoid any delays and give our staff time to review the information.

Sit Back and Relax


Sit back and relax as your IV therapy begins! Our team of registered nurses has years of experience administering vitamin drips and will check your vitals, start your IV, and make sure that you’re comfortable. Kick back with a comfortable blanket and your own TV and headphones.


Have Questions about Vitamin Drips? We’ve Got You Covered

No, vitamin drips are not usually covered by insurance.

When you choose the appropriate vitamin drip filled with nutrients, yes. These drips can help repair damaged cells, heal wounds, improve skin health, and fight infection and disease.

Depending on the specific vitamin drip, the process can take from about 20 minutes to an hour. It takes place in a sterile environment with a professional observing the procedure. During the IV vitamin drip, your body receives large concentrations of specifically chosen vitamins.

With an IV vitamin drip, a pump or gravity helps deliver the vitamins into your body. This is why they are called drips. The purpose of an IV infusion is to offer a controlled delivery of the vitamins in the bloodstream over a specific amount of time.

It can vary from treatment to treatment. In most cases, they last a few days after completing the therapy.

In most cases, you’ll experience the effects almost immediately. This is because the process delivers vitamins, micronutrients, and minerals directly to the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system.

Positive effects are often felt right away as the fluids and vitamins replenish your body with hydration and needed nutrients. Many people feel refreshed and energized after IV vitamin therapy, and the benefits last beyond that.

We recommend that you have IV therapy once or twice a month if you are generally healthy. However, some patients may need to receive treatment more often.

Each of our vitamin drips is formulated to provide specific benefits. However, some of the most commonly enjoyed benefits include faster weight loss, enhanced immune system function, cleansing the body of toxins, fighting free radicals, improving hair, skin, and nail health, easing anxiety, and improving heart health. If you have questions about specific health benefits, we will be happy to discuss the right vitamin drip for your needs.

While IV therapy is considered generally safe, there are some side effects possible. The most common include potential infection at the injection site, rashes, vein inflammation, and bruising. The rarest include blood clots and air embolism.