Taheebo Tea Club
(818) 610-8088
Taheebo Tea Club Recipes
To make taheebo tea from pure pau d'arco taheebo bark:

Bring a pot of water to a boil.
To boiling water add 10 heaping tablespoons of bark per 20 cups of water.
Boil bark for 5 minutes, reduce heat and simmer for an additional 15 minutes.
Use stainless steel, porcelain, or glass pot.
Do not use aluminum or plastic.
For health maintenance consume 2 or more cups daily.
For help with ailments drink 8 or more cups daily.

Most people are amazed at how good the tea tastes with no after taste or side effects and drink it straight without adding anything to it. Taheebo tea by itself has a slightly sweet taste. You can add anything you wish to the tea, and, because the tea has such a mild flavor, you'll immediately change the taste. However, if you're fighting a life-threatening disease such as diabetes or cancer, you wouldn't want to add something like sugar which would feed the disease.

The tea has a mild pleasant flavor, but a three year old for example, has not yet acquired a taste for any kind of tea, regardless how good it tastes. In these cases, parents routinely cook the tea with crushed blueberries, or other fruit, and it tastes just like the fruit.


Once you cook a batch, the tea will last for 4 days without refrigeration, or 8 days with refrigeration. You can drink it hot, warm, room temperature, cold or iced.

Because of an infant's nutritional needs, the tea is not recommended for pregnant women, breast-feeding women, or children under the age of three.

Taheebo Tea Club
22545 Hatteras St.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
USA
Tel: (818) 610-8088
Email: info@taheeboteaclub.com
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