Whether you’ve had a tough day at work, recovering from an exhaustive exercise routine, or suffering from the effects of pain, there’s nothing quite like enjoying the benefits of Green Malay Kratom, to help you rest, relax and recuperate. As many users know, Green Malaysian Kratom has been widely known for its ability to gently relax your system, while giving you an even, easy-going, euphoric feeling.
While ingesting Kratom using the ‘toss and wash’ method is often performed due to its convenience and ease of use, sometimes it’s better to just sit back with a good book, and have a nice cup of hot, steaming kratom tea. If you’re concerned that the tea will have a slightly bitter aftertaste, have no fear. If prepared correctly, your Green Malay Kratom tea will become quite palatable, having the flavor of a strong tea.
Green Malay Kratom Tea Dosage
If you are new to the kratom experience, make sure you purchase only the powdered leaf for making your tea, as this brings you the best effect. When it comes to figuring out the dosage, this will depend on your personal needs and how experienced you are taking kratom. Below we have included a basic dosage chart. Consider whether you are using Green Malay Kratom for pain relief, relaxation, recuperation or euphoria, and then carefully select the dosage which reflects your needs best.
- 1 gram: Mild
- 3 grams: Moderate
- 5 grams: Intoxicating
- 10 grams: Strong
- 15 grams: Extremely strong
Please address dosage concerns carefully. If you are a novice with kratom, it is recommended that you begin at the lowest dose. Measure your doses carefully. Use measuring spoons or preferably, use a digital scale. Do not estimate. Remember only experienced kratom users should ever attempt 10 grams or higher.
To Boil or Simmer?
Begin with your water. Some kratom users do not like the idea of boiling their water, as they believe it removes some of the potency, so they simply bring it to a simmer. Other users prefer to use water at a full boil. Whichever method you select, know that many of the alkaloids, such as Mitragynine remain unaffected by high temperatures. If you are still concerned about protecting the potency, simply add the juice of one freshly squeezed lemon to the water to protect the alkaloids during heating.
To begin, take 1-1/2 to 2 cups of water, and heat it in an easy pour sauce pan or kettle. The type of water you choose depends on your personal taste. Since you’re brewing the tea to experience the health benefits of Green Malay Kratom, some users suggest staying away from tap water, especially if you live in an area where water from the tap contains high levels of chemicals, such as Flint, Michigan or Pensacola Florida.
In these cities, and many others around the world, tap water is infused with high levels of pesticides, pharmaceuticals, pathogens, lead and arsenic. To use such water to make a cup of healthy, kratom tea is unthinkable, so using bottled water is a good solution. You might find that the low mineral content of distilled water leaves the tea tasting dull. If that is the case, use only high quality spring water with a pH level of 7. Keep in mind that the more water you use in your tea, the more diluted the strength of your Kratom.
Next, place your kratom powder into your container of choice, and pour the water over the powder. Kratom does clump, so it might be wise to take a fork, instead of a spoon to stir your kratom thoroughly. You can also purchase a small whisk online, and that will generally break up the powder quite nicely. If you prefer a nice, smooth cup of sediment free kratom tea, simply place a strainer over a cup, and pour your solution. This should remove all sediment.
How to Make Kratom Tea Taste Better
Green Malay Kratom does not have the best flavor, so feel free to add some sugar, honey or even chocolate. Indeed, users have become quite skilled with the art of mixing other beverages with their kratom, to improve the quality of the taste, as well as its health benefits. As stated, some enjoy adding powdered chocolate, or chocolate flavored almond or cashew milk.
Other suggestions include creating ‘fruit flavored teas’. Simply add grapefruit, pineapple, orange or blueberries to your tea. By searching for ‘homemade flavored tea recipes’ online, you can get extremely creative with flavors. There, you’ll find recipes for raspberry teas, blueberry teas, peach and strawberry teas. While these recipes are for standard teas, they can be adapted to make your Green Malay Kratom tea taste most flavorful!
As you can see, it is quite simple to enjoy the benefits of Green Malay Kratom as a tea. By brewing it as a tea, you are free to add other ingredients to assist in the flavor as well as experience additional health benefits. If you own a juicer, please feel free to take advantage, and juice some oranges, pineapples, grapefruit and more, and add that juice to you tea. This way you’ll not only be getting the benefits of the kratom, but also ingest the nutrients from the freshly juiced fruits. As always, please be cautious with your kratom dosage, keeping it at the low end for beginners, and keeping the stronger doses for the more experienced users.