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"I had Vitamin drips, PRP, and NAD therapy here. They use the same brands/quality ingredients that I would use back home for a fraction of the price sold in the United States. Could not be happier with the results. I sleep less, have more energy, and my skin/hair looks great. Extremely friendly and professional staff. I have been to this clinic over 10 times and my experience has always been a good. I would highly recommend this clinic to anyone looking for cosmetic or anti-aging related therapies."

Corey Nast 

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No1 NAD therapy 
in Bangkok 

At Revival Clinic Bangkok 


Our product is of the highest quality from the USA

The Treatment of NAD+ is via IV infusion in 250 ML standard saline which means the delivery of 250 mg takes around 2 hours and is painless. We choose 250 mg NAD+ imported from the USA with FDA approval for the safest and most effective result.

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Our safety protocol

The uncommon possible side effect such as

  • Abdominal and chest tightness

  • Headache

  • Burning sensation

All these side effects still unclear for the etiology, possibly from NAD+ stimulating calcium channel signaling communication of inflammatory cell.


We adhere to the highest safety standards by utilizing a controlled infusion pump to administer a slow drip with proper hydration. This process is closely monitored by our on-site medical doctor and typically takes 2-3 hours,Delivering the same level of care as hospitals.

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Every detail is important to us.

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Doctor on site 

While most drip places lack on-site medical supervision, we have a doctor available for consultations and to ensure the best possible care.

Imported active ingredient

We have imported the best active ingredients from around the world to ensure both safety and effectiveness.

Hospital standard 

We use hospital-standard equipment, offer a wide variety treatment , and maintain minimal prices .

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Guidelines for Intravenous NAD Therapy

To ensure the effectiveness and safety of intravenous NAD therapy, it's essential to follow specific recommendations:

  • Qualified Administration: Intravenous NAD therapy should be administered by experienced healthcare professionals like Registered Nurses, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, or highly credentialed clinicians who are familiar with NAD administration.

  • Proper Dosage and Rate: Clinicians should be comfortable with the correct dose and drip rate. The minimal dose should be infused over at least two hours to prevent adverse effects like a rapid heartbeat, nausea, or anxiousness.

  • NAD IV as Monotherapy: Typically, NAD IV therapy is given as a standalone treatment. It's important to note that many medications cannot be mixed with NAD IV due to potential reactions. If additional medications are necessary, they may need to be administered separately through a secondary IV or as a direct injection.

  • Reactivity Consideration: NAD exists in two highly reactive forms (NAD+/NADH) and can react with other medications. It also breaks down quickly in acidic or alkaline solutions. This is why it's important to avoid mixing incompatible substances. Please let us know if you are currently taking any medication, especially cold medication

  • Titrating Doses: When starting NAD therapy, patients' tolerance should be gradually built by slowly adjusting the doses to ensure compliance and achieve successful outcomes.

What is the benefit of NAD+ treatment

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NAD+ acts as fuel for many key biological processes, such as:

  • Converting food into energy

  • Repairing damaged DNA

  • Fortifying cells’ defense systems

  • Setting your body’s internal clock or circadian rhythm

NAD+ can also:

  •  Treat many chronic conditions such as chronic fatigue

  • Increased concentration

  • Improved memory

  • Increased mental clarity

  • Improved mood

NAD+ has also been used effectively to help detoxify from alcohol, opioid and other dependencies.

Supplementing NAD+ to restore its levels can significantly reduce age-related functional impairments, countering numerous aging-related diseases, including neurodegenerative conditions.

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NAD Research Proves Benefits

  • May aid weight loss: NAD+ can help speed up the metabolism.

  • May lower cancer risk: High NAD+ levels help protect against DNA damage and oxidative stress, which are linked to cancer development.

  • May help treat jet lag: NAD+ helps regulate your body’s internal clock, so may help treat jet lag or other circadian rhythm disorders by resetting your body’s internal.

  • May promote healthy muscle ageing: Raising NAD+ levels helped improve muscle function, strength and endurance.

  • NAD+ is safe with few — if any — side effects.

  • NAD+ has also been used effectively to help detoxify from alcohol, opioid and other dependencies.

  • Restoring NAD+ by supplementing NAD+ can dramatically decrease age-associated functional defects, counteracting many diseases of ageing, including neurodegenerative diseases.

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Results were amazing and I could feel it on
the first night after the treatment

I did 5 doses of NAD+ over 3 days at Revival Clinic. Absolutely recommend anyone that is considering as the clinic has a very peaceful ambiance and staff were all very professional.
The results were amazing and I could feel it on the first night after the treatment. Will definitely be back.
Thanks George and team. It was a very pleasant experience.

Andy Lim 

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No sales pitch and results beyond expectations in only 36 hrs.

An absolute gem in Soi 26 bkk.
I decided on fresh stemcells, NAD and placenta injection. Fantastic clinic with experts in their fields. Great modern lab, best practice observed, no sales pitch and results beyond expectations in only 36 hrs. Thankyou guys so very much, I'm a customer for life 😊 I will update soon.



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Nad+ iv worked like magic

Nad+ iv worked like magic and brings you back to life. Thank you!

Shush Sharma

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NAD IV unexpectedly gives my metabolism a good kick

Personally, for me this is how a home clinic done right, very personalized treatment throughout. People are warm & welcoming, privacy maintained thoroughly, while price pushed on the down low without compromising on quality. Not forgetting the pretty garden+cute dog as backdrop. Definitely some of the factor that make me & my family feel assured. Last but no least is the obvious result; my skin felt nicer a day after double dose placenta shot while NAD IV unexpectedly gives my metabolism a good kick. Now three days after the procedure, started noticing how my hair have stopped falling out in shower. Chef's kiss! Now, if only I can get this done monthly...



Choosing Between Oral and IV NAD: What's Best for You?

When it comes to harnessing the potential of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) for your health, the decision between oral and intravenous (IV) administration is pivotal. In this article, we'll explore the key differences and considerations to help you make an informed choice tailored to your unique needs and goals.

Common questions and answers 

What is NAD IV therapy?

NAD IV therapy involves the intravenous administration of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD), a coenzyme found in all living cells. It plays a crucial role in cellular energy production and various biological processes.



What are the potential benefits of NAD IV therapy?

 NAD IV therapy is known for its potential benefits, including increased energy levels, improved cognitive function, enhanced cellular repair, anti-aging effects, and support for addiction recovery.



 How does NAD IV therapy work?

 NAD IV therapy delivers NAD directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive system. This allows for quicker absorption and utilization by cells, promoting energy production and cellular repair.


Is NAD IV therapy safe?

NAD IV therapy is generally considered safe when administered by trained healthcare professionals. 


How long does a typical NAD IV therapy session take?

A typical NAD IV therapy session can take several hours, as the infusion is usually administered slowly to minimize side effects.


Are there any side effects of NAD IV therapy?

Some individuals may experience mild side effects such as nausea, flushing, headache, or dizziness. These effects are usually temporary and subside once the infusion is completed.


How many NAD IV therapy sessions are recommended?

Answer: The number of sessions recommended can vary depending on individual goals and needs. Some people may benefit from a series of sessions spaced over a few weeks.


Who can benefit from NAD IV therapy?

NAD IV therapy can be beneficial for individuals seeking improved energy, mental clarity, overall well-being, and those recovering from addiction or chronic conditions.


Can NAD IV therapy be combined with other treatments?

Yes, NAD IV therapy can be used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. It's important to discuss any ongoing treatments or medications with your healthcare provider before starting NAD IV therapy.


Is NAD IV therapy suitable for everyone?

NAD IV therapy may not be suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding individuals, those with certain medical conditions, or those taking specific medications. A consultation with a healthcare provider is recommended to determine if NAD IV therapy is appropriate for you.

Remember, it's crucial to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before undergoing any new medical treatment, including NAD IV therapy, to ensure that it's safe and appropriate for your individual health needs.

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Contraindications for intravenous NAD therapy may include:

Contraindications for intravenous NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) therapy may include:

  1. Allergies or Sensitivities: Individuals with known allergies or sensitivities to NAD or related substances should avoid NAD IV therapy.

  2. Pregnancy and Breastfeeding: The safety of NAD IV therapy during pregnancy and breastfeeding has not been well studied, so it's typically avoided during these periods.

  3. Severe Kidney or Liver Dysfunction: Patients with severe kidney or liver dysfunction may not be suitable candidates for NAD IV therapy, as their impaired organ function may affect NAD metabolism and clearance.

  4. Acute Illness: NAD IV therapy may not be recommended for individuals with acute illnesses, as it could potentially exacerbate certain symptoms.

  5. Certain Medications: NAD IV therapy may interact with specific medications, so it's crucial to consult with a healthcare provider to assess potential drug interactions.

  6. Cardiovascular Issues: Patients with a history of certain cardiovascular conditions should be evaluated carefully before undergoing NAD IV therapy, as it can affect heart function.

  7. Neurological Conditions: Individuals with certain neurological conditions for example seizure may require special consideration and monitoring when considering NAD IV therapy.

  8. Psychiatric Conditions: People with specific psychiatric conditions may need close supervision during NAD IV therapy, as it can influence mood and mental well-being.

For numbers 5-8, we recommend that you consult with your doctor, who is managing your case, before starting NAD therapy.

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Prescription Medication

NAD, possible drug interaction.

Interactions with NAD (Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide) IV therapy can vary depending on individual factors and the specific medications involved. While NAD IV therapy is generally considered safe, here are some medications that may potentially interact with NAD IV therapy:

  1. Blood Pressure Medications: NAD IV therapy may influence blood pressure, so it's important to monitor individuals taking medications for hypertension (high blood pressure). Adjustments to blood pressure medications may be necessary.

  2. Diabetes Medications: NAD IV therapy may affect blood sugar levels. People taking medications for diabetes, such as insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents, should be closely monitored, and medication dosages may need to be adjusted.

  3. Psychiatric Medications: NAD IV therapy has been reported to influence mood. Individuals taking psychiatric medications, such as antidepressants or antipsychotics, should be monitored for any changes in mood or mental well-being.

  4. Cardiovascular Medications: Medications for heart conditions, including beta-blockers and anti-arrhythmics, may interact with NAD IV therapy, potentially affecting heart rate and rhythm.

  5. Immunosuppressive Drugs: NAD IV therapy may affect immune function. Individuals taking immunosuppressive drugs, such as corticosteroids or immunosuppressants, should be monitored for any changes in immune response.

  6. Chemotherapy Drugs: NAD IV therapy may interact with chemotherapy drugs used to treat cancer. The impact of these interactions can vary and should be closely monitored by oncologists or healthcare providers.

  7. Anticoagulants (Blood Thinners): NAD IV therapy could potentially affect blood clotting and bleeding risks, so individuals taking anticoagulant medications like warfarin should be monitored.

  8. Antiplatelet Agents: Medications like aspirin or clopidogrel, which prevent blood clots, may interact with NAD IV therapy and influence bleeding tendencies.

  9. It's crucial to emphasize that interactions between NAD IV therapy and medications can be complex and may vary from person to person. Therefore, individuals considering NAD IV therapy should consult with a healthcare provider who can assess their specific medical history, current medications, and individual health needs. This allows for a thorough evaluation of potential interactions and the development of a safe and personalized treatment plan.

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