The goal of Teeccino’s Kick The Caffeine Habit Program is to help you gradually wean yourself off of caffeine giving your body enough time to adjust to less and less caffeine daily. This gradual caffeine withdrawal program will help you avoid the unpleasant symptoms caused by a sudden precipitous drop in caffeine intake.


Teeccino’s Kick The Caffeine Habit Program is based on blending Teeccino with your regular coffee in gradual amounts over a two to three week period that can be adjusted on an individual basis.

If you want to drink ready-to-go brewed coffee at a café or at the office, we recommend you carry a thermos of brewed Teeccino that you can blend with coffee in the cup. Additionally, to make it easy to brew Teeccino when you’re on the go, we offer a number of brewing options including Teeccino Tee-bags, and single-serve brewers that make it easy to brew Teeccino with only boiling water and a cup.


Start by mixing your normal coffee 3/4 to 1/4 Teeccino Caffeine-free Herbal Coffee. Gradually reduce the percentage of your coffee over a two to three week period until you are drinking 100% Teeccino. You should be able to avoid caffeine withdrawal symptoms and also gradually adjust your body to less reliance on stimulants.

Example: Use the following proportions if you make a 10-cup pot of coffee daily:

Regular Coffee: 4 tbsp

Teeccino: 1 tbsp

Regular Coffee: 3 tbsp

Teeccino: 2 tbsp

Regular Coffee: 2 tbsp

Teeccino: 3 tbsp

Regular Coffee: 1 1/2 tbsp

Teeccino: 3 1/2 tbsp

Regular Coffee: 1 tbsp

Teeccino: 4 tbsp

Regular Coffee: 1/2 tbsp

Teeccino: 4 1/2 tbsp


5 tbsp Teeccino


Many people find their adrenals are exhausted after habitual caffeine intake. Other organs may need some help getting back to normal too. We recommend a number of herbs and nutritional supplements that help restore adrenal health so you can rebuild your natural energy supply more rapidly. Try them for a couple of months to get their full effect as dietary supplements need time to produce their full benefits, rather than just the short term effects you get from over-the-counter drugs.