Kratom Powder Tea
The most common way to take kratom powder is to just mix it with any drink and consume it as soon as possible. However, as we learn more about kratom, we also learn that there are more effective and pleasurable ways to consume kratom and enjoy all of the benefits that it has to offer. One of the best ways to consume kratom is by making it into a tea.
For those who have never made a kratom tea before, this can seem a little intimidating. Don’t worry, this guide will teach you all about kratom tea, how to make it, and what you should avoid when you are making kratom powder tea.
Things to Know
Before we get started, there are some things that you need to know. These bits of knowledge will ensure that you get the most out of your kratom powder tea experience and that you enjoy the taste of your tea, as well. The first word of caution that we want to give you is that you should avoid letting your kratom fall in a boil with the water that you’re using. That’s because you want to preserve as much of the alkaloid content as possible in your strain.
As an alternative to boiling, you should place it in the water when simmering or allow the water in your selected teapot cool down for a couple of minutes. After that, you can add juice from an entire lemon to your powder and let is soak before you heat it. The juice of a lemon has a high acidity and will help to keep the level of alkaloid consistent in your tea.
Another thing that you should be aware of when you start to make your tea is that you should consider the length of time that you boil it very closely. Like any tea, it’s true that the longer you boil it, the stronger the flavor of the tea will be. In the case of kratom, this means an increasingly bitter taste the longer that you boil the kratom tea.
When it comes to dosage size of kratom when making kratom powder tea, there’s no one right answer that’s going to fit every person. That’s because each person is a different size, height, weight, and has different tolerance levels. To start, we would recommend starting off with 1 or 2 grams of kratom per cup of your kratom powder tea. If you find this dosage to be inadequate, you can increase the concentration as you see fit.
The easiest way for the average person to enjoy kratom tea is to make it in a teapot. You can do this using supplies that you already have around the house. All you’ll need is a teapot, water, tea bags, and kratom powder. Using the empty tea bag, fill in your kratom powder and put it in either your teapot or a thermos or mug. Be sure to add a squeeze of a lemon slice for an extra pizazz to your kratom powder tea and you are ready to go!