Kratom Tea Preparation Instructions

Chalice of Kratom tea

Kratom tea

While many people like the “toss and wash” method of kratom consumption, making it into a tea is a much more pleasant experience for many. The taste can be pretty bitter, but with the right preparation it’s comparable to an extremely potent green tea flavor.

Start by measuring out between 1 teaspoon of powdered leaf. Using an extract is not recommended, as the hot water may break down some of the alkaloids, there’s no added benefit, and it’s more expensive. Boil 2-4 cups of water. The more water you use, the less strong the flavor, but as long as you drink it all the effects will be exactly the same.

Put the kratom powder into a large cup or container with a pour lip, and pour the boiling water on top. Stir until it is thoroughly mixed. Be sure there aren’t any clumps of dry powder. I highly recommend adding sugar, artificial sweeter, or honey (honey works the best to cut the bitterness), and stir. If using artificial sweetener, 2 packets is a good starting amount. Let sit until cool (at least 15 minutes), stirring occasionally.

Once cooled, allow the powder to settle to the bottom. Pour the tea into a drinking cup, and enjoy! At this point you can add more sweetener to taste, or add water or ice cubes to dilute the flavor. As long as you drink all of the liquid, the effects will be the same.

7 Responses to “Kratom Tea Preparation Instructions”

  • Ron says:

    Which strain is best for killing pain?

    • slank says:

      Hey Ron, I find the red veins are best for pain killing. I have used red sumatra and red thai successfully, and I’m sure other red veins can help. Combining strains is good too! Good luck.

  • RC says:

    @Ron – I found that Maeng Da is good for pain.

  • Buy Kratom says:

    Good recipe. One of my personal favorites is kratom + coffee or kratom + energy drink.

  • Mike Vankleeck says:

    Uei but be careful it can be very very strong but worth all money very little goes a very long way but be careful the price is too good to be true compared to the rest on the Internet it probably is

  • Jarid says:

    I’ve found after years of experimentation that most people are effected completely differently by different dosages and Pain killing effect seems different between people and strain as well.
    For me my favorite is three teaspoons of Bali mixed in with two teaspoons of maeng da.

  • Giles Earle says:

    Kratom is easier to brew in a Moka Pot which was designed for making coffee. This sort of thing: Pour it into a cup with a couple of ice cubes, chug it down followed by something to take the nasty taste away.

    To relieve pain less is more – use as little as you can to be normal and able to work. There’s a sweet spot. Too much will make you uncomfortable or sleepy. Start with about 5 grams, just one teaspoonful.

    There’s nothing better for chronic pain – or I’ve yet to find it.


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