Kratom tea is the primary way this plant is consumed. While some people dose Kratom differently, tea is number one with most customers.
The major reason for deciding to use the tea form is because, for most people, it’s the easiest way to take their dose.
We want to talk about the different ways to make your Kratom tea. Please note, there is one way (which I use personally) that isn’t really “tea” per se, but I call it that so I’m going to include this strategy for you too.
Simply put, if you are a new Kratom user, this article is written especially for you. Making Kratom to dose with doesn’t have to be difficult. We want to share our ideas to do this successfully so you can continue with one of the greatest plants out there.
Let’s get started.
How To Prepare Kratom Tea
When you think of tea, you think of a hot drink which has just came off the stove eye. Every morning my wife places the teapot on the oven and the familiar whistle blows when the water is hot and ready.
There are several variations to create your tea like this. In order to make the taste more palatable for the user, people have mixed with black or green tea to mask the taste.
Sugar and/or honey has also been used to make it a little more sweeter as well. On another note, Kratom potentiators can be added here as well.
Some popular potentiators which will taste good with your tea and be effective are lemon and magnesium (small dose).
However, this concoction will be entirely up to you, your tastes, and what you’re trying to experience with your tea.
The teapot is probably the easiest way to make your tea as it doesn’t take up a lot of time or utensils in your kitchen.
But there’s a trick to this.
Whether you’re making it in a teapot, or a regular pot, make sure you aren’t boiling your Kratom for long periods of time.
Boiling Kratom for a long amount of time can destroy the alkaloids within the leaf rendering it useless to your dose. This doesn’t mean you CAN’T boil your Kratom powder, you can, but a best practice is to simply let the water simmer and not boil if you choose to place your powder in the pot along with the water.
If you do choose to put your Kratom powder with the water, make sure you are eyeballing that pot to be there to take it off the eye when you need to. Remember, simmer is where you need to be.
This is why the teapot is so great. You place your powder in your empty cup and wait for the horn to blow on your teapot, wait 15 seconds and fill your cup with the hot water.
The heat from the simmering water will activate the alkaloids and, if you have used any potentiators with it, should make for a great dose of Kratom tea.
SIDE NOTE – You can also do this with your coffee pot as well. Make coffee like you normally do, but instead of putting coffee grounds in your filter, place your Kratom dose there. I have personally tried the coffee pot with great success, and you can run it through twice, so you get double for your trouble.
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