Taheebo Tea Brewing Instructions

To maximize health benefits, Taheebo Tea, or Pau d’Arco Tea, should be brewed as a decoction. This is the best method to extract all of its healing properties.

A decoction involves adding tea to water, bringing it to a boil, then continuing to simmer for approximately 20 minutes.

Find the recipe for brewing Taheebo Tea below.

Taheebo Tea Recipe / Pau d’Arco Tea Recipe

  1. Bring 12 cups (3 quarts) of water to a boil.
  2. Add 9 tablespoons of Taheebo Tea and boil for 5 minutes.
  3. Reduce heat to a simmer for an additional 20 minutes.
  4. Strain and enjoy the tea hot, room temperature, or cold.

Store at room temperature for up to 3 days, or refrigerate for up to 8 days.

How Much Taheebo Tea Should I Drink?

Ease into it and find the amount that is right for you. The right amount of Taheebo Tea is different for everyone, and we’re not able to give health-related advice that's specific to your situation.

Start by drinking 1 cup of Taheebo Tea a day and see how your body responds to it before you increase your daily consumption.

As a general guideline, we drink 1 to 2 cups each day for health maintenance and overall wellness. When actively supporting specific conditions, we drink up to 4 to 5 cups each day.

As with any medicinal tea, you should consult your doctor before taking Taheebo Tea in conjunction with any other medicine or herbal supplement.

Does Taheebo Tea Have Caffeine?

No. Taheebo Tea is naturally caffeine-free.


Taheebo Tea can be refrigerated for up to 8 days.

Brew enough to last you a whole week!

taheebo tea bark for brewing

Where To Buy Taheebo Tea?

Our natural Taheebo Tea is made from the pure inner bark of the Tabebuia Avellanedae / Tabebuia Impetiginosa species of the Taheebo tree (also known as Pau d’Arco tree).

We import all of our Taheebo Tea from Brazil, and we always work with the best suppliers to provide you with top-quality, authentic, and sustainable products.

Important Precautions

Because Taheebo Tea may affect the blood’s clotting ability, it could interfere with blood-thinning drugs, including aspirin. It should, therefore, not be taken by anyone with these conditions or by anyone preparing for or recovering from surgery.

As with any medicinal tea, your doctor should be consulted before taking Taheebo Tea in conjunction with any other medicine or herbal supplement.

Taheebo Tea has not been proven safe for pregnant or lactating women or for children and should therefore be avoided by these individuals.

For educational purposes only.,This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.