Purely Saline IV Therapy Package

Get high-quality hydration with our most affordable package. This normal saline IV includes 1,000cc of powerful fluids for only $100. Order The Starter Package from any of the numerous areas we serve in Arizona and Florida.

This normal saline IV bag doesn’t include any add-ins, like vitamins or minerals, so it’s ideal for people who have allergies or any kind of intolerance. It’s the best choice when you just need to replenish lost fluids from dehydration. Like all of our different packages, you can get this normal saline package, known as Purely Saline, as part of our mobile service that comes to the location of your choice, whether that’s your home, office, hotel room, or almost anywhere else.

Purely Saline IV Package

The Purely Saline Package - $100

This saline IV bag doesn’t include any add-ins, so it’s ideal for people who have allergies or any kind of intolerances. It’s the best choice when you just need to replenish lost fluids from dehydration. Plus, we don’t charge travel fees to come to your location within our standard service area (*cost may differ based on distance.) Contact us about accommodating special service requests.
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What Is in a Saline IV Solution?

There are only two ingredients in normal saline IV fluids: sterile water and sodium chloride. We use 0.9% sodium chloride solution (also called normal saline), which is common in IV bags. While saline works well on its own, it’s also an effective delivery system for vitamins, minerals, and other supplements. 

The tiny particles of sodium chloride make this an isotonic crystalloid solution. The sodium chloride easily passes from the bloodstream into the cells and tissues of the body, creating fluid balances in and outside of cells. When the body’s fluid levels are balanced, along with oxygen and electrolyte levels, this is called homeostasis, and it ensures our bodies function at their best.

Why Is Saline Used in IV Fluid?

IV saline is essential—if a bag contained only water, it would be drawn into the cellular membrane, causing it to rupture and kill off the cell. Saline allows for proper fluid balance inside and outside cells, and it helps the body maintain proper levels of electrolytes. The body relies on electrolytes to fulfill a number of functions, such as maintaining blood pressure, hydration levels, muscle activity, and more.

The amount of saline in IV fluids can be adjusted for different types of treatment. Crystalloid solutions like those in a normal saline bag come in three forms: isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic. While isotonic solutions maintain a fluid balance both inside and outside the cells, hypertonic solutions draw water out of cells as hypotonic fluids go into the cells. The type of IV saline solution depends on a person’s specific health needs. This is why it’s important to get a saline IV from a provider that uses medical professionals to administer all infusions. Mobile IV Nurses has a team of registered nurses or paramedics (depending on your service area) who are experts in IV therapy.

Who Should Get a Saline IV Drip?

The Starter Package offers patients a perfect introduction to IV therapy if they haven’t tried it before. It’s also beneficial for anyone with allergies or sensitivities to particular vitamins or minerals. Saline’s potent hydration alleviates many symptoms, making it a great all-purpose IV infusion.

When Do Medical Professionals Use Saline?

Because saline IVs are so effective at balancing fluids in the body, medical professionals often use them to hydrate patients. The human body is about 60 percent water, and those fluids are vital for the body to function properly. Saline solution replaces those fluids and supports essential functions such as muscle movement and nerve impulses.

IV treatments infuse fluids directly into the bloodstream. That provides rapid rehydration, which is helpful when dehydration is an issue. IVs also ensure maximum absorption of any vitamins or minerals contained in the IV fluids. This makes IV therapy an effective method of symptom relief for a variety of health conditions. 

Symptoms Alleviated With Normal Saline

A normal saline IV bag targets dehydration, which is associated with several health conditions:

  • Colds and the flu: It’s easy to get dehydrated when you are vomiting or have a fever or diarrhea. A saline IV hydrates so you can recover faster from your symptoms.
  • Hangovers: Alcohol overconsumption often leads to dehydration. Your body gets much-needed fluids and electrolytes from IV saline solution.
  • Athletic recovery: When you work hard, you sweat away a lot of body fluids. Saline rehydrates and helps you rebound quickly from strenuous physical activity. 
  • Morning sickness: A pure, high-grade normal saline solution helps expectant moms who are feeling the effects of persistent morning sickness. Plus, it’s safe for them and their baby.
  • Migraines: Dehydration is a common cause of migraine attacks.

You may be in need of a rehydrating normal saline IV if you experience some common dehydration symptoms:

  • Infrequent urination
  • Chronic thirst (especially if it doesn’t go away after drinking water)
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Confusion

Contact us today if you want to learn more about how an IV saline solution rehydrates the body and offers symptom relief.

Available Add-Ons for Your Saline IV

Versatility is one of the best things about IV therapy. You can enhance your drip bag when you add ingredients such as vitamins, minerals, and other add-ins to maximize the benefits. At Mobile IV Nurses, you can customize your IV treatment or select one of our pre-made formulations.

If you’d like to try adding ingredients, we offer three package levels: Bronze (includes B Complex), Silver (includes B Complex and 1 add-in), or Gold (includes B Complex and 2 add-ins). Our team members are experienced medical professionals who can help you select the best options for your needs.

Our extra ingredients include:

  • Vitamins (such as vitamin B12 or C)
  • Minerals (including magnesium and zinc)
  • Medications (such as Pepcid or Zofran)

If you need extra hydration and qualify based on an assessment by one of our licensed professionals, you can also get additional normal saline fluids added to your drip bag. All of our additional ingredients are available at a reasonable fee. Contact us today to learn more about your options for IV therapy. 

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Our reliable mobile service brings saline IV treatment to your home or office. We eliminate the hassle of traveling to an urgent care clinic or hospital emergency room for treatment. Instead, you get the comfort and convenience of IV therapy when and where you need it. 

Book an appointment today to try the Starter Package or one of our other drip IVs.


1How do I know if a normal saline IV is right for me?
We use our medical expertise to work with your specific needs. We’ll discuss your health history and any current symptoms you may have so we can find the right drip IV for you. If, for any reason, an IV bag with normal saline isn’t right for you, you can get an IV with Lactated Ringer’s. This isn’t a saline solution, but it does contain other ingredients such as potassium chloride and calcium chloride dihydrate, which are very helpful for relieving symptoms of dehydration.
2How can I fit normal saline IV therapy into my busy schedule?
It’s easy with Mobile IV Nurses! We work from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, so you can book an infusion at lunch, after work, or on the weekends. (We also offer 24-hour service, subject to our team members’ availability.) And because we come to your location, it saves you driving time to an urgent care center or IV lounge. Finally, each session takes 45 to 60 minutes with no downtime afterward, so it’s quick and relatively easy to fit IV therapy into your day.
3Isn’t IV therapy expensive?
Not when you work with us for your IV infusions. At only $100, the normal saline IV package is an incredible deal, and the other packages on our menu top out at $395. We also offer several different payment options, so you get choice and flexibility. Our customer service team can answer any of your questions and outline the different forms of payment we accept.
4Is a saline IV better than drinking plain water?
An IV shouldn’t take the place of regular, daily water consumption, but it’s a valuable, complementary tool that promotes good health. However, saline does contain electrolytes your body needs, especially when you’re dehydrated; if you select an IV package that includes extra ingredients, you also get vitamins and minerals that you can’t get with plain water. And because IV fluids don’t have to pass through the digestive system, you get nearly instant hydration. Just remember to drink water every day, and that IV therapy is there when you need it.