Iron Restoration – HemaHeal

Wave a quick goodbye to the bothersome dizziness, fatigue, irritability, faintness and other symptoms associated with anaemia. The brilliant HemaHeal IV therapy corrects iron deficiency, energises and revitalises the body, leaving all those unpleasant sensations behind.

Our therapy is superior to conventional iron supplements, not only in terms of the personalised dosage, but also in terms of how quickly and efficiently it is absorbed by the body.

Forget the unpleasant side effects of conventional iron supplements – HemaHeal is delivered directly into the bloodstream for maximum effect. Experience energy and vitality in your everyday life!

Therapy starts from €50


Key Ingredients

  • Iron at a personalised dose
  • Vitamin C
  • Electrolyte solution


  • improves cognitive function
  • has a positive effect on metabolism
  • supports oxygen transport in the body
  • contributes significantly to the immune system
  • plays a role in the formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)

  • improves iron absorption
  • helps support energy metabolism
  • contributes significantly to psychological well-being
  • helps boost immunity
  • protects cells against oxidative stress
  • reduces tiredness and fatigue

Electrolyte solution

  • helps balance electrolytes in the body
  • helps restore lost fluids


HemaHeal IV therapy takes between 60 and 90 minutes.
One drip every year or every 18 months is usually sufficient. If your iron and/or ferritin tests are poor, or if you suddenly lose a lot of blood (e.g. during childbirth), two or more drips a year may be required.
The effect is noticeable very quickly: within 3–4 days, you will feel more energetic and in a better mood, sleep better, and focus more easily on your tasks. Blood tests will show results in 1–2 months.
Blood tests are used to diagnose anaemia. Your doctor can determine the type and severity of your anaemia by taking an iron, ferritin and complete blood count.
Yes, if left untreated, anaemia can lead to heart disease, behavioural problems and impaired muscle function. It is especially dangerous during pregnancy, as iron deficiency can lead to miscarriage at this vulnerable time.