NAD+ Infusions by Edison.

Don’t let the effects of ageing stop you from spending quality time with your family for years to come.


Your future could depend on a molecule called Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, or “NAD” for short.
NAD, or Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, is a naturally occurring coenzyme found in all living cells. It’s essential for energy creation and regulation of cellular processes.
As we get older, the levels of NAD decline, leading to the effects of ageing.
Stress, alcohol and other metabolic disorders can further deplete our natural supply of NAD. By the time we reach our fifties, our cellular levels of NAD may have dropped significantly. In your eighties, you may only have a fraction of your original NAD levels. Until recently, scientists believed that the body’s NAD levels were unreplenishable.
“NAD has a role in wellness at every stage.
It supports cellular function from the inside out.
When NAD levels are low, our cells can't produce the energy they need to maintain our health as we age.”

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NAD+ is the scientific breakthrough that may turn back the body’s age clock.

In 2004 Charles Brenner, Head of Biochemistry at the University of Iowa, discovered that NAD was replenishable. After years of research, Professor Brenner found that a special molecule called nicotinamide riboside (NR) can be introduced into the body - and that incredibly, it will naturally convert to NAD.
NAD+ therapy is one of the results of this discovery. It’s been safely and increasingly used world-wide to replenish the body’s levels of NAD.
Put simply, when NAD+ replenishes the body’s levels of NAD, you may be able to dramatically slow and reduce the effects of cosmetic and internal ageing at a molecular level.

For nearly a century, scientists have known that without NAD+, life would cease to exist.

NAD+ mediates bio-critical physiological processes including energy metabolism, DNA repair, and immune response.
Since Charles Brenner’s 2004 breakthrough, hundreds of scientific papers have been published showing the essential role that NAD+ plays at a cellular level.
NAD+ therapy has now reached a stage where it is widely and safely used across America and Europe, bringing the incredible benefits of NAD+ replenishment to thousands of people worldwide.
Now, for the first time, NAD+ infusion therapy is available in New Zealand.

Edison are your partners for NAD+ therapy, bringing you the latest precision medicine treatment.

Regular Auckland-based NAD+ therapy may increase your NAD+ levels significantly in just a few weeks.
The benefits of NAD+ may be remarkable, but the therapy itself is simple and easy, and administered at Edison’s Precision Medicine Clinic in central Auckland.
Edison has selected the most effective way to access NAD+ therapy, intravenous infusion.  NAD+ intravenous infusion ensures you get 100% of the benefits of this new compound.
You’ll meet with one of our Edison consultants to determine the personalised NAD+ therapy experience that’s best suited to your needs, lifestyle and desired outcomes.

Afraz Adam, Edison Doctor

Talk to one of our Doctors today to see if NAD+ is right for you.

Take thirty minutes with one of our expert consultants to find out more about NAD+ and whether it’s the right option. At Edison, we know that making the right decision for you and your family is everything. We want to make it easier for you to make these deeply personal decisions by making a safe space for you to ask questions and get the answers you need. If you would like to find out more about NAD+ therapy, we offer a free, no obligation thirty minute consultation with one of our expert consultants, either in person or via video call.It could be half an hour that positively changes your life - and your family’s - forever.


We've got the answers.

Is NAD+ right for me?

NAD+ is designed to replace depleted levels of NAD in the body.

Generally, this means that NAD+ is best suited for men and women aged 40+, who are concerned about the effects of ageing and lifestyle choices on their body.

The best way to find out if you qualify for NAD+ treatment is to have a chat with one of our specialist consultants.

Is NAD+ therapy safe?

NAD+ therapy has been safely used around the world for many years, and has been approved by the American Federal Drug Administration.

No adverse effects of NAD+ therapy have been reported in the scientific studies relating to its use.

As with any form of supplementation, if you experience any prolonged discomfort or side effects, discontinue use and consult your healthcare provider.

Can I access NAD+ therapy while taking other medications?

At Edison, we know that every individual’s health circumstances are unique.

The best way to find out if NAD+ treatment is right for you is to have a chat with one of our consultants.

If NAD+ is so good, why isn’t everyone having this treatment?

NAD+ is the result of years of scientific research, and is accordingly not a cheap treatment.

This price barrier, combined with the limited availability of the NAD+ compound, have restricted the number of individuals who have historically been able to benefit from the therapy.

Edison wants to help make NAD+ therapy available to as many people as possible, and we work actively with our partners to keep the price of NAD+ treatment as low as possible.

Is the NAD+ compound ethically sourced?

The NAD+ compound is a synthetic, factory-produced compound.

It contains no living cell material, and no-one was harmed or exploited in its production.

You can benefit from NAD+ therapy with an entirely clear conscience.

How long does NAD+ treatment last?

Just as every individual’s health circumstances are unique, so are the benefits of NAD+ on every individual.

Generally, a booster treatment of NAD+ brings benefits that last between one and three months.

Working with you, Edison will develop a personal regime of therapy that initially brings your NAD+ levels up to a high level, then keeps them there through an ongoing therapeutic programme in order to deliver maximum benefits.

How does intravenous infusion of NAD+ work?

The most effective way to access the benefits if NAD+ therapy is by intravenous infusion, which delivers this powerful compound directly to the bloodstream.

The infusion process takes several hours, and is delivered by our trained medical team at the Edison Precision Medicine Clinic in central Auckland.

You’ll be greeted by our friendly staff, and given a range of entertainment options while you relax in our extremely comfortable surroundings. Most of our clients have a snooze or watch a film or two while the therapy takes place.

Are there any side effects of NAD+ therapy?

While the NAD+ compound has no reported long-term side effects, it is possible that some individuals may experience mild short-term discomfort during the infusion process.

We recommend talking this through with one of our expert specialists.  

As with any form of supplementation, if you experience any prolonged discomfort or side effects, discontinue use and consult your healthcare provider.

Can my children benefit from NAD+ therapy?

NAD+ therapy is designed for adults over forty years of age, who will benefit from the replenishment of their naturally depleted levels of NAD+.

It is not recommended for children.

Can I access the benefits of NAD+ naturally?

It is possible to boost your NAD levels through your lifestyle choices and diet, although not with the same speed and efficacy that NAD+ therapy can achieve. Some of the changes you can make to contribute to higher levels of NAD include:

1. Fasting - Reducing your calorie intake is a great way to indirectly boost the body’s NAD levels. Fasting has been shown to increase the levels of NAD+ and surtuins, the proteins that help slow the ageing process.

2. Pre-cursor supplementation - The pathways that result in increased NAD+ in the body are delivered through NAD precursors, there are two common compounds used as supplementation. These are Nicotinamide Riboside (NR), a form of Vitamin B3 and Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN). Please note that if taking oral supplementation bioavailability is 20% (vs 100% if taken via intravenous infusion)

3. Exercise - When we exercise, our bodies need energy, which comes from NAD+. Exercise forces our muscles to produce more mitochondria, which are the source of energy for our cells. The increased production of mitochondria results in a natural boost in NAD+ levels in the body.

4. Diet - We can get NAD+ through a diet made up of amino acids that are precursors to NAD+. There are certain foods which boost NAD levels in the body including dairy milk, fish, mushrooms, yeast, green vegetables, whole grains, and raw vegetables.

5. Avoiding alcoholic beverages – Alcohol interferes with the metabolic processes in the body, which reduces the effectiveness of NAD. You should avoid excessive intake of alcoholic drinks to ensure optimal energy and cellular function.

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