The four pillars of fast relief

DripDrop’s patented formula uses ORS science to activate a hydration shortcut known as the sodium-glucose cotransport system, accelerating fluid absorption into the bloodstream so you can feel better faster.

A BREAKTHROUGH SOLUTION

Dr. Eduardo Dolhun developed DripDrop to treat and prevent dehydration where IV therapy wasn’t available. It contains the precise sodium electrolyte levels, lower glucose content, and low osmolarity that facilitates fast absorption. And it tastes great.

In fact, the invention was such a breakthrough, DripDrop’s formula received a U.S. Patent, and Dr. Dolhun was awarded the 2017 Mayo Clinic Alumni Association Humanitarian Award.

Real science. Real results.

Oral rehydration therapy outperforms sports drinks and water

EFFICACY OF INGESTING AN ORAL REHYDRATION SOLUTION AFTER EXERCISE ON FLUID BALANCE AND ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE [2020]

Taste matters in treatment outcomes

PRESCRIBING FOR CHILDREN – TASTE AND PALATABILITY AFFECT ADHERENCE TO ANTIBIOTICS: A REVIEW ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD [2011]

Under certain circumstances, oral rehydration therapy is safer and more efficacious than IV therapy

INTRAVENOUS VERSUS ORAL REHYDRATION: PHYSIOLOGICAL, PERFORMANCE, AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDICINE [2008]

There’s a science to flavor

THE EFFECT OF FLAVORING ORAL REHYDRATION SOLUTION ON ITS COMPOSITION AND PALATABILITY JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY & NUTRITION [2004]

Oral rehydration therapy can be as effective as an IV

ORAL REHYDRATION VERSUS INTRAVENOUS THERAPY FOR TREATING DEHYDRATION DUE TO GASTROENTERITIS IN CHILDREN: A META-ANALYSIS OF RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS BMC MEDICINE [2004]

It is not easy to improve ORS taste without sacrificing efficacy

IMPROVING THE PALATABILITY OF ORAL REHYDRATION SOLUTIONS HAS IMPLICATIONS FOR SALT AND WATER TRANSPORT: A STUDY IN ANIMAL MODELS JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY & NUTRITION [1996]

Oral rehydration therapy outperformed IV therapy in the pediatric emergency setting

A RANDOMIZED TRIAL OF ORAL VS INTRAVENOUS REHYDRATION IN A PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT ARCH PEDIATR ADOLESC MED. [2002]

DripDrop ORS is a citrate-based ORS, which has proven to be more effective than its alternatives

REHYDRATION AND MAINTENANCE THERAPY OF CHOLERA PATIENTS IN JAKARTA: CITRATE-BASED VERSUS BICARBONATE-BASED ORAL REHYDRATION SALT SOLUTION JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES [1985]