Your body is your most priceless possession... so take care of it.


Our body loses vitamins and minerals every day: with urine, sweat and other secretions from the body, but excessive sweating, vomiting and diarrhea can cause a lack of fluid in the body - dehydration.
Our body is a complex and carefully balanced system of cells, tissues and fluids, through which an unfathomable amount of electrical impulses pass almost every second. Electrolytes are a key factor in maintaining high conductivity of electrical impulses. An electrolyte imbalance can be harmful to your health. They regulate the pH balance of our blood, muscle function and nutrient metabolism in cells.
Take some time for yourself and refresh your body with a HYDRATE drip.
250 ml Glucose & 1000 ml isotonic solution with electrolytes:
Sodium(Na+), Potassium(K+), Magnesium(Mg++), Chlorine(Cl-) and Calcium(Ca++)
Excessive sweating
Physical overload
Nausea and vomiting


The human body needs electrolytes to perform many of its functions, such as maintaining the balance of fluids between the intracellular and intercellular environment. This balance is critical for things like hydration, nerve conduction, muscle function, and pH levels.


Extremely important for heart rate regulation and muscle function. Together with sodium, it is involved in maintaining electrolyte balance and ensures the conduction of electrical impulses between cells.


Sodium is responsible for the balance of fluids in the body. It is also important for regulating blood volume and maintaining muscle and nerve function. Sodium is needed to maintain electrolyte balance between the intracellular and extracellular environments. Too little sodium in the body causes a condition called hyponatremia, which is the most common electrolyte imbalance. It is often caused by severe diarrhea or vomiting, symptoms may include headache, confusion, fatigue, hallucinations, and muscle spasms.


Magnesium protects against fatigue, is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and relaxation, which is very important for the functioning of the cardiovascular and muscular systems.It also helps against cramps and promotes healthy bones and teeth. Not only is it required for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body, but it also plays an important role in both DNA and RNA synthesis.


Chlorine is found mainly in the intercellular fluid and works closely with sodium to maintain the proper balance and pressure in the various fluid compartments of the body (blood, intracellular and intercellular fluid). It is also vital in maintaining the correct level of acidity in the body by passively balancing the positive ions in the blood, tissues and organs.


Important for the transmission of nerve impulses, blood clotting, muscle contraction, and it regulates the release of hormones that affect our physical well-being and mood. Calcium is the most abundant mineral in your body: about 99% of all calcium is found in the bones of the skeleton, but it is also found in the blood and other body cells (especially muscle cells). When there is not enough calcium in the blood, the body takes it from our bones to make up for the deficiency, if this happens consistently, it can eventually lead to osteoporosis.
Body rehydration - restoration of water and electrolyte balance.
Restoring the acid-base balance (pH) in the body.
Contraindications for therapy are diseases of the liver, kidneys and heart.
Allergies to any of the ingredients.