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Amazing Botanicals Kratom Tea

If you enjoy the bitter taste of Kratom, using it in the form of tea may be a good option for you. Kratom tea is brewed from our bags directly, or you can use other forms of Kratom to brew the tea, like crushed leaves or powder.

How to make Kratom tea?

There are two common ways to make Kratom tea. One is with crushed leaf, and another one is with powder.

Kratom tea with crushed leaf.

If you’re using kratom crushed leaf, you’ll need to brew the tea for 20-30 minutes. If you want a strong brew, don’t boil or add the crushed leaves directly into boiling water.

The reason is that the alkaloids can break down at high temperatures and may create a softer brew.

  • Keep hot water without boiling.
  • Add the crushed leaves.
  • Wait for 20-30 minutes.
  • Ready to serve.

Kratom tea with powder

If you’re using kratom powder to make tea, you can heat water and then add it to a cup with your powder. Like with crushed leaves, remember not to add the powder to boiling water directly, as it may affect the strength of the brew.

Kratom tea tips and tricks

Most people don’t enjoy the bitter taste of the tea, no matter if they’re making it with crushed leaves or powder. Some people want a strong brew, so here are some tips and tricks.

Add an acidic ingredient.

To prevent the compounds from degenerating and create a softer brew, add lemon or apple cider vinegar. Because of their acidic properties, it can help buffer the degeneration of the compounds.

Don’t add boiling water.

As mentioned before, if kratom is exposed to long-term high heat, it may affect the brew strength, so add hot water but not boiling.

Make your own kratom tea mixes.

A great way to have a pleasant experience with your kratom tea is to mix it with other teas or ingredients, add sweeteners, and use your creativity to create beverages you enjoy.

Understanding The Kratom Tea Experience

Kratom tea is crafted from the leaves of the kratom tree, mostly grown in Southeast Asia, and known by scientists as Mitragyna speciosa. This tea is favored for its wellness benefits.

Preparing Kratom Tea

Kratom tea is gaining popularity and is even rivaling coffee in some circles. 

Despite what some may think, it’s not a difficult or time-consuming process to make and have great experiences. The acidity of the tea is comparable to strong green tea. 

All you need is Kratom in powder or leaf form, a pot, water, and a heat source. Enhance your tea with lemon or grapefruit juice to extend its effects and soften the herbal taste.

Boiling Kratom helps to release its active components into the water, giving you the desired benefits. However, avoid boiling it for too long, as this can reduce its effectiveness. For tea, mix your measured dose of Kratom into a pot, add hot water, stir well, and let it brew for 5 to 7 minutes. 

If using powder, let it settle before pouring. With leaves, simply strain them out after brewing.

You can combine the resulting tea with other herbal teas, sweeten it with sugar, syrup, or honey, or cool it with ice. You can even prepare it in advance and store it in the refrigerator. And yes, you can use a coffee maker to brew 

Kratom tea, though it may acquire a coffee flavor. Use the machine as you would for coffee, but with Kratom powder instead.

Store your Kratom tea in the fridge in a sealed container to keep it fresh. Be mindful of strong-smelling items in the fridge that could affect the tea’s flavor.

Benefits of Kratom Tea

Kratom tea is thought to offer benefits like stimulation, pain relief, mood enhancement, and relaxation. However, scientific studies on Kratom tea’s effects are not extensive.

Kratom Tea Safety and Efficacy

The safety and efficacy of Kratom tea are under discussion. While some users report positive effects, others caution against potential safety concerns. Always use Kratom tea responsibly and seek medical advice when needed.

Potential Effects of Drinking Kratom Tea

The impact of Kratom tea can vary. Small amounts might boost energy and alertness, while larger quantities are associated with calming and pain-relieving properties.

Risks of Kratom Tea

Kratom tea isn’t without risks, including addiction, adverse reactions, possible substance interactions, and the unregulated nature of the Kratom market. It’s crucial to stay informed about these risks.

Traditional Uses of Kratom Tea

In Southeast Asia, Like in Thailand, Kratom leaves have traditionally been chewed or brewed for their benefits of combating tiredness, increasing productivity, participating in ceremonies, and promoting overall wellness as part of life.

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