5 Kratom Tea Recipes You Should Try


Kratom Tea

What is Kratom Tea?

The name is pretty self-explanatory. You can think of kratom tea as your regular green tea, but with kratom as an added herb. The preparation method for various kratom tea recipes is more or less the same with varying ingredients.

Why is kratom tea popular?

Well, just the simple fact that you get to sit back, relax, and sip on a hot beverage is reason enough for many to switch to kratom tea rather than any other consumption method.
Why is kratom tea popular
On top of that, you can play around with ingredients to adjust the taste as per your liking, so you don’t have to endure the often bitter taste of kratom powder. All these are part of the reason why kratom tea’s popularity is on the rise lately.

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Recipe #1 Lemon and Honey kratom tea

Lemon, as we all know, is a rich source of vitamin C. On top of that, it carries antibacterial properties. That means it’s excellent for keeping infections at bay. It also helps strengthen immunity and balances out the body’s pH level when consumed with lukewarm water. However, since its citrusy taste can be off-putting to some, you can add honey to sweeten the pot, literally.
Lemon and Honey kratom tea
And voila! You have an excellent everyday healthy beverage to enjoy.

For this particular recipe, you’re going to need –

  • Your accurate kratom dosage
  • Half a liter water
  • Honey (according to taste)
  • Half a lemon

Preparation method –

Start by heating the water and wait for it to boil. Once it begins to boil, slow down the heat and let it simmer for a while. Add in the kratom dosage and stir it until you think the powder is nicely mixed.

Now let it sit for a good 15 minutes. To this, add lemon juice and once again let it simmer for a couple of more minutes. While some people like to add honey and lemon at the beginning, it’s better if you do it in the end. That way, you won’t destroy all the good properties of both honey and lemon.

Final step – strain the tea and enjoy your freshly prepared beverage.

Recipe #2 Kratom Mint Tea

Mint tea, on its own, is quite a healthy beverage. When you combine that with the goodness of kratom, the benefits get amplified.
Kratom Mint Tea
Not only can it help regulate cholesterol levels, but it can also help with digestion. You can go with peppermint and spearmint both. While the former can relieve gas pains, the latter helps regulate hormones and can also bring down blood sugar levels.

Even if you don’t care about these benefits, it’s always an excellent mood-enhancer. Try going with whole mint leaves instead of tea bags for a wholesome, organic preparation.

For this, you’re going to need –

  • Kratom dose
  • Water (½ liter)
  • A tsp of mint leaves. You can also use tea bags if that’s your preference
  • Honey or any other sweetener as per taste
  • Lemon (this is optional and only recommended if you want to amplify
  • kratom’s effects)

Preparation Method –

Start by warming the water and bring it to boil. Let it simmer for a while once it has boiled. Add in your kratom dose along with mint. Simmer for a good 20 minutes. Lastly, add lemon and honey and simmer for some more time.

Strain the tea and enjoy!

Recipe #3 Chamomile and Kratom tea

Chamomile is a popular tea that’s supposed to help with sleep and digestive issues. It aids heart health and also regulates blood sugar. Chamomile is best known for its relaxing properties.
Chamomile and Kratom tea
To make this tea, you’re going to need –

  • Kratom dose
  • Half a liter water
  • One tsp dried chamomile flowers. Alternatively, you can also use chamomile tea bags.
  • Honey as per taste. You can also use some other sweetener too.

Preparation Method –

Put the pan on the stove, add water, and bring it to boil. After that, let it simmer for some time. To this, add kratom and simmer some more for about 15-20 minutes. To another pot, add chamomile flowers. Turn the heat off and strain the kratom tea. Add strained preparation to the pot with chamomile flowers. Let it steep for 5-7 minutes. You can add honey as per your taste to sweeten the pot.

Recipe #4 Kratom Yerba Tea

Though it’s not the first choice among kratom tea lovers, it’s definitely worth trying if you want to amplify kratom’s benefits. Essentially, yerba is supposed to be a replacement of coffee as it contains 1/3rd of the caffeine as regular coffee. That’s why most people experience an improvement in focus and physical performance after drinking yerba tea.
Kratom Yerba Tea
Since it contains caffeine, you may want to use it judicially, particularly if you are taking kratom for its stimulating effects.

To make this tea, you will need –

  • Kratom dose
  • 1/2 cups of yerba mate
  • Half a liter water
  • Sweetener, as per taste

Preparation Method –

Take the yerba mate and kratom powder and put them in a French press. Add a few drops of cold water so that yerba leaves become moistened a bit. In a pan, bring water to boil and let it sit for 30 seconds after it has boiled. Add this hot water (not boiling) to the french press and let this sit for five minutes for the mixture to seep well into the water.

Strain your tea. You can also add lime and sweeter to it (depending on your taste and preference). Enjoy your tea!

Recipe #5 Masala Kratom Chai

Masala Kratom Chai
It’s the Indian version of tea. And, for this particular recipe, you are going to need –

  • Kratom dose
  • ¼ liter water
  • ¼ liter milk (you can use non-dairy milk too if you are lactose-intolerant or sensitive)
  • Ginger powder. You can also use shredded ginger
  • ½ tsp cinnamon powder
  • Quarter tsp clove and anise powder, each

Preparation Method –

  • Take all the herbs and spices and add them to the water. Bring it to boil.
  • To this, add milk and once again let it bring to boil. Make sure to keep an eye while it’s boiling as it can boil over within seconds if you’re not looking.
  • Turn down the heat and let the mixture simmer.
  • Now add your kratom dose and simmer this mixture for up to 20 minutes.
  • Towards the end, you can add honey. Make sure it’s adequately melted.
  • Remove the tea, strain it, and enjoy.
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