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After booking an appointment online with NutriDrip, a nurse named Isa Bacardi came to my apartment with a backpack filled with supplies, including a telescoping IV pole. She pulled out a bag holding the 60 Minute Cleanse ($349), which contains megadoses of vitamin C, adding a “beauty push” of glutathione. “It gives you glowing skin,” she says. Most of the people she encounters call, saying, “I’m getting the flu,” “I have the flu,” “I just got over the flu.” “Or they have a hangover,” she says....
"More time passed, and both my headache and the hypersensitivity diminished. When the drip finally tapped out, Isa packed up her supplies, said goodbye, and was out the door. As my day was just starting, I could barely remember what the hangover pain even felt like."
"Not only was I running with my usual, moderate enthusiasm, but the laundry managed to get done, as did the grocery shopping and the writing of this little tale...it did work wonders."
But the million dollar question is, did it work? You're damn right it worked.
And now celebrities, including Kelly Osbourne, Rihanna, and Miley Cyrus, are turning to the high-dose vitamin drips to stay healthy and energized while working around the clock.
They’ve got three kinds of healing drips on offer. Each one handles all the unpleasant stuff on those days when heads ache and the sun turns evil.
"I felt great. I STILL feel great!"
"It's like, you start to feel something cold go through you and as soon as you start to feel that cold you can start feeling, alright, I'm starting to feel a lot better."
Work hard, play hard is how the boastful phrase goes. Now, in New York City the temptation to play harder is greater than ever with The Hangover Club, a service providing intravenous (IV) therapy delivered by certified medical professionals in the comfort of your home, office or hotel.