Nutritional IV Therapy
IV hydration drip – rehydrates, rejuvenates and energizes after a night of overindulging.
NAD IV drip offered – call us for more info.
Vitamin therapy clinic located in the heart of Toronto!
Our IV drip is packed with a powerhouse of nutrients that are detoxifying, anti-inflammatory and anti-nausea. Meanwhile, a detox drip is considered to be an ideal method for alcohol and drug detox. Drop by our IV therapy Toronto clinic – 162 Cumberland St 222 A, Toronto, ON M5R 1A8
Wellness therapy service provider.
Naturopathic medicine as an adjunct cancer support therapy- know more how we can help!
Contact our naturopath – book a complimentary meeting today.
Naturopathy treatment is ideally given by a licensed Naturopathic doctor. Backed by scientific research and studies, naturopathy is also beneficial as an adjunct support therapy for cancer patients. To know more, call us at (416) 968-6961 for a 15-min complimentary introductory meeting.
Brampton, situated South of Ontario, is Canada’s 9th largest and is also the second fastest growing city, making it a very diverse and vibrant city.
Brampton was incorporated as a village in the year 1853 with only 50 residents, with its name taken from the town of Brampton in Cumbria, England. 20 years later, in 1873, Brampton became a town reaching 2,000 residents. Mass immigration has significantly increased in the 1950s. Today, Brampton’s population has reached over 600, 000.
Brampton’s major economic growth depends on advanced manufacturing, information and communication technologies, retail administration and logistics, food and beverage, life sciences and business services.
Other notable establishments/places include:
- Gage Park
- Peel Art Gallery, Museum, and Archives
- Wet’n’Wild Toronto
- Heart Lake Conservation Area
- Professor’s Lake
- Powerade Centre
- Camp Naivelt
- Brampton has more Hindus and Sikhs than any other Canadian cities.
- Punjabi is the second most spoken language in Brampton, after English.
- Brampton is also called as “Browntown”, “Bramladesh” or “Singhdale”, because of the large visibility of minorities or immigrants, particularly South Asians in the city.
- Brampton was once known as “The Flower Town of Canada” due to the city’s large greenhouse industry.
Apart from Brampton’s well-developed economic base, residents pretty much enjoy a high-quality lifestyle in the city. Due to its wide acres of land, Brampton provides residents access to a number of outdoor activities. It also has a vast number of libraries, shopping centres, hospitals, educational facilities, and places of worship. The combination of traditional and modern living makes it a very great place to live in.
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