Taheebo “NAD+ Boosting” Tea Recipe

We’ve started to drink our Taheebo Wellness Tea in a new way based on exciting new research and bio hacks by thought leaders in holistic health. (Read more about the benefits of NAD+ and its connection to Taheebo Tea) After just a few days of drinking our tea this way, I (Melissa) noticed less body pain, elevated mood, smoother and more radiant skin, a deeper healing in the gut than before, and even a little weight loss!

I’ve been doing intermittent fasting, drinking Taheebo Tea daily, and living a strict healing lifestyle for years, so I was surprised to enjoy so many new benefits with just this small change. We’ve both been drinking one cup of our daily Taheebo Tea this way for over a month now with the same great results, and are eager to share the recipe with you.

We use a method to create liposomes with our tea, which dramatically increases the absorption of the potent phytochemicals of Taheebo. Blending brewed Taheebo Tea with a healthy fat such as organic sunflower lecithin or MCT oil creates liposomes that easily pass through the phospholipid cell membranes and even through the blood-brain barrier.

Other fats you may use are ghee, krill oil, olive oil, or full-fat coconut milk. We prefer sunflower lecithin or MCT oil as they are effective yet inexpensive. In fact, sunflower lecithin contains high amounts of phosphatidylcholine which is an excellent way to make phospholipids. For even more absorption, add a pinch of Turmeric before blending.

Read more about Taheebo Tea and NAD+

Taheebo “NAD+ Boosting” Tea Recipe

We’ve started to drink our Taheebo Wellness Tea in a new way based on exciting research and bio hacks by thought leaders in holistic health. After just a few days of drinking our tea this way, I (Melissa) noticed less body pain, elevated mood, smoother and more radiant skin, a deeper healing in the gut than before, and even a little weight loss!
Prep Time 2 mins
Cook Time 25 mins
Blend Time 1 min
Total Time 28 mins
Servings 4 cups

Equipment

  • 2-4 Quart Stainless Steel Pot
  • Fine Mesh Strainer
  • Immersion blender

Ingredients
  

  • 4 ¼ cup water
  • 3 tbsp Taheebo Wellness Tea bark
  • ½ tsp MCT oil or Sunflower Leicitin
  • 1 pinch Organic Cinnamon powder
  • 1 pinch Organic Turmeric powder

Instructions
 

Brewing Taheebo Wellness Tea

  • Measure out 4 1/2 cups of spring water and add to a stainless steel or glass pot.
  • Add 3 tablespoons of Taheebo Wellness Tea bark to the water.
  • Bring liquid to a full boil with a lid on the pot.
  • Reduce heat and cook at a gentle rolling boil for 25 minutes.
  • Let cool to room temperature.
  • Pour through a reusable strainer and holder into glass bottles or pitchers.

NAD+ Boosting Recipe

  • Measure out 1 cup of brewed tea and heat to your preferred temperature.
  • Add ½ teaspoon of Sunflower lecithin or MCT oil.
  • Optional: Add a pinch of organic turmeric and/or cinnamon for taste.
  • Using an immersion blender, blend on high speed for a minimum of 60 seconds in order to create a liposomal tea mixture.

Notes

If you drink multiple cups of Taheebo Tea each day, we recommend replacing just one of your daily cups with this recipe to start. It is good to start slow in order to prevent uncomfortable detox reactions.
Keyword Beta-Lapachone, NAD+

Enjoy your rejuvenating brew!
Melissa + Julien

Author: Melissa & Julien

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  • Does it make a difference with filtered water or does it absolutely have to be spring water?

    What is an immersion blender?

    I read for every cup of tea you should drink a cup of water. Is that true?

    • Thank you for your comment!
      We recommend spring water as it is the most balanced, however, since we are boiling the water for 25 minutes, filtered water also works well.
      An immersion blender is also called a stick blender. They are often used for soups. Here is an example.

      Since Taheebo Tea has a strong detoxifying effect, we want to make sure we also support our kidneys and organs of elimination. This is why it is suggested to drink plenty of spring water in addition to your tea. One glass of water for every glass of tea is a good start.