1) IV Solutions (Try one of our bags, or customize your own)MENU
Hydrate AK is the state’s premium provider of post-competition, workout, and maintenance IV hydration and vitamin infusions – the quickest, most effective way to prepare and recover for events or a night out, or simply to look, feel and perform your best!
(**want all the vitamins without full hydration? All IVs can be prepared in 250ml “quick fix” bag.)
ALASKA HYDRO BLAST IV – $80
Our base fluid, which contains a mixture of essential electrolytes that are closest to your own body fluids.
Additional IV Bag (Lactated Ringers) $25
IMMUNE BOOST Bag – $160
Give your immune system the kick start it needs to keep you healthy!
PINK DRINK I.V. Bag – $160
Feeling run down and need a boost? This bag is loaded with nutrients to get your natural energy levels back!
TIRED AS A MOTHER – $150
Have a big evening coming up? Does it have you feeling rundown and fatigued? This bag can pack a punch to get you feeling good again!
MYER’S COCKTAIL IV – $200
This is the legendary IV concoction that is the optimal composition of vitamins to get you feeling better. Experience this historical classic!
MIGRAINE MITIGATOR IV – $180
Do you have chronic migraine headaches? Let us alleviate some of our discomfort. Please call ahead or book our private room if you need a dark and quiet spot for your treatment.
*NOTE: WE DO NOT TREAT FIRST TIME MIGRAINES OR WORST HEADACHE EVER SCENARIOS. THIS CAN BE A LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION AND YOU SHOULD GO TO THE NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM.
HAIR OF THE BEAR HANGOVER RECOVERY IV – $150
Dehydration and vitamin deficiencies are the leading cause of the aches, pains and nausea of hangovers. Let us get you back to baseline.
The Slope’er IV – $160
Headed to, or returning from, a stint up north? Let us infuse the perfect cocktail that will put a pep in your step.
DIET AND DETOX – $180
This is the perfect bag to Boost your metabolism and cleanse your system out!
ALASKA THUNDER FUNK – COLD/ILLNESS/FLU – $180
Relief from the symptoms and duration of illness from the common cold or flu. Our super-supportive therapy keeps you from missing out.
A private room may be needed if you are contagious. PLease call 907-929-4825 if you have any questions.
ALASKAN BEAUTY – $180
Wrinkles, dryness, blemishes and other skin issues improve with proper hydration. Let’s live our best years with optimal levels of vitamins and minerals!
THE COMPETITOR – $180
Prepping for or recovering from a grueling event, tough race or killer workout? We can help make sure you never miss out on an adventure!
RED EYE REMEDY – JETLAG + FATIGUE – $160
For those who fly the friendly skies, pre or post travel. Hydrate Alaska can help prep for any trip, or replenish when you return.
MAN-COLD Bag – $160
Tired from hitting the gym or a day of hunting and fishing? This is THE bag to help those sore muscles recover.
2) Injections (Quickly get what you need with gRadual release into your system)MENU
B-12 Cyanocobalamin (1000mcg or 0.5ml) – $25
B-12 Methylcobalamin (1259mcg or 0.25ml) – $25
Toradol 15mg – $25
Zofran 4mg – $25
Tri-amino – $30
Glutathione – $30/ml
Vitamin D3 $50
Lipo MIC shot $50
Fireweed Fat Burner Package(4 Lipo injections) – $160
Fireweed Fat Burner Accelerator Package(4 Lipo and B-12 injections) – $250
3) High Dose Vitamin C and Immune Boost (Give your Immune system all it needs)MENU
Vitamin C (5gm) – $150
Vitamin C (10gm) – $200
Vitamin C (15gm) – $250
Glutathione (200mg/ml) – $30 per ml
Immune Packages (Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Zinc)
1) Super Cub Package (one month) $350
-2 Immune Boost IVs (5g Vit C and Zinc)
-1 Vitamin D inj (50,000 IU)
2) Cessna Package (two months) $700
-4 Immune Boost IVs
-2 Vitamin D injections
3) Otter (de Havilland) Package (three months) $1000
-6 Immune Boost IVs
-2 Vit D injections
-2 B-12 Injections
SOME SCIENCE BEHIND BOOSTING YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
a. “The vitamin C is administered in addition to such medicines as the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, the antibiotic azithromycin, various biologics and blood thinners.
“The patients who received the vitamin C did significantly better than those who did not get vitamin C.” Additionally, “It helps a tremendous amount, but is not highlighted because it’s not a sexy drug.”
b. “Vitamin C levels in coronavirus patients drop dramatically when they suffer sepsis, an inflammatory response that occurs when their bodies overreact to the infection. It makes all the sense in the world to try and maintain this level of vitamin C.”
2) Dr. Harri Hemilä from the University of Helsinki, Finland, analyzed the findings of two randomized trials each of which investigated the effects of two vitamin C doses on the duration of the common cold. The first trial administered 3 g/day vitamin C to two study groups, 6 g/day to a third group, and the fourth group was administered a placebo. Compared with the placebo group the 6 g/day dose shortened colds by 17%, twice as much as the 3 g/day doses did. The second trial administered 4 g/day and 8 g/day vitamin C, and placebo to different groups, but only on the first day of the cold. Compared with the placebo group, the 8 g/day dose shortened colds by 19%, twice as much as the 4 g/day dose did. Both studies revealed a significant dose-response relationship between the vitamin C dosage and the duration of the common cold. The dose-response relationship in these two trials was also quite linear up to the levels of 6-8 g/day, thus it is possible that even higher doses may lead to still greater reductions in the duration of common cold.
Harri Hemila. Vitamin C and Infections. Nutrients, 2017; 9 (4): 339 DOI: 10.3390/view article on pubmed.
3) Finnish and Australian researchers carried out a review that found 12 trials with 1766 patients taking vitamin C reduced the length of ICU stay on average by 7.8%. (ref NCBI)
4) In six trials, Vitamin C in doses of 1-3 grams per day reduced length of ICU stay by 8.6% (ref NCBI)
5) In three trials in which patients needed mechanical ventilation for over 24 hours, vitamin C shortened the duration of mechanical ventilation by 18.2%. (ref NCBI)
6) The Facts:From Dr. Richard Cheng, a treatment program of about 50 patients in China has shown positive results for high dose Vitamin C treatment of COVID-19.
7) Hypovitaminosis C and vitamin C deficiency in critically ill patients despite recommended enteral and parenteral intakes.
Crit Care. 2017 Dec 11; 21(1):300/view article on pubmed.
8) Ascorbate: the most effective antioxidant in human blood plasma.
Frei B, Stocker R, England L, Ames BN
Adv Exp Med Biol. 1990; 264():155-63./view article on pubmed.
9)Optimisation of Vitamin D Status for Enhanced Immuno-protection Against Covid-19.
Ir Med J.2020 Apr 3;113(4):58./view article on pubmed.
10)The Role of Zinc in Antiviral Immunity.
Adv Nut.2019 Jul 1;10(4):696-710. doi: 10.1093/advances/nmz013./view article on pubmed.
11) Vitamin C and Immune Function.
Carr AC, Maggini S
Nutrients. 2017 Nov 3; 9(11):./view article on pubmed.
12) Enhancement of antibody production and protection against systemic anaphylaxis by large doses of vitamin C.
Feigen GA, Smith BH, Dix CE, Flynn CJ, Peterson NS, Rosenberg LT, Pavlović S, Leibovitz B
Res Commun Chem Pathol Pharmacol. 1982 Nov; 38(2):313-33./view article on pubmed.
13) The Parenteral Vitamin C Improves Sepsis and Sepsis-Induced Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome via Preventing Cellular Immunosuppression.
Gao YL, Lu B, Zhai JH, Liu YC, Qi HX, Yao Y, Chai YF, Shou ST
Mediators Inflamm. 2017; 2017():4024672./view article on pubmed.
14) Hydrocortisone, Vitamin C, and Thiamine for the Treatment of Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock: A Retrospective Before-After Study.
Marik PE, Khangoora V, Rivera R, Hooper MH, Catravas J
Chest. 2017 Jun; 151(6):1229-1238/view article on pubmed.
15) Phase I safety trial of intravenous ascorbic acid in patients with severe sepsis.
Fowler AA 3rd, Syed AA, Knowlson S, Sculthorpe R, Farthing D, DeWilde C, Farthing CA, Larus TL, Martin E, Brophy DF, Gupta S, Medical Respiratory Intensive Care Unit Nursing., Fisher BJ, Natarajan R
J Transl Med. 2014 Jan 31; 12():32./view article on pubmed.
16) Glutathione and infection.
Biochim Biophys Acta. 2013 May;1830(5):3329-49. doi: 10.1016/j.bbagen.2012.10.012. Epub 2012 Oct 23./view article on pubmed.
17) Glutathione metabolism in sepsis..
Crit Care Med. 2007 Sep;35(9 Suppl):S591-5./view article on pubmed.
18) Inhibition of Influenza Infection with Glutathione.
Free Radic Biol Med. 2003 Apr 1;34(7):928-36/view article on pubmed.
19) Glutathione deficiency is associated with impaired survival in HIV disease.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1997 Mar 4;94(5):1967-72./view article on pubmed.
20) The role of vitamin D in the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 infection and mortality.
Aging Clin Exp Res. 2020 May 6. doi: 10.1007/s40520-020-01570-8./view article on pubmed.
21) Evidence that Vitamin D Supplementation Could Reduce Risk of Influenza and COVID-19 Infections and Deaths.
Nutrients. 2020 Apr 2;12(4). pii: E988. doi: 10.3390/nu12040988./view article on pubmed.