How to Prepare Kratom Tea: Suggestions for Brewing and Dosing

The Mitragynaspeciosa tree, from which kratom is derived grows in Southeast Asia. Its leaves are harvested, dried, and crushed (or powdered) to create kratom. The kratom tree and the coffee tree are both members of the same botanical family. It has opiate-like qualities and has been used medicinally and recreationally for thousands of years. It can be stimulating at lower doses and sedative at greater ones.

Kratom is thought to be far less addictive than pharmaceutical, manufactured opiates while sharing some of the same alkaloids as them. Kraken Kratom is used occasionally to alleviate the discomfort of opiate withdrawal. Please exercise caution and respect if you intend to use it for pain relief.

I’ve had two back surgeries and lived with intermittent, severe pain for years before realizing I needed a non-addictive way to manage the infrequent, extreme pain flare-ups; kratom meets this need. Kratom is a natural remedy that has helped me tremendously.

It delivers a really fantastic opiate-like buzz that feels simply GREAT!, but I can’t tell if it genuinely dulls the back pain or just helps me not care about it. I guess it doesn’t matter; on the rare occasions that I do use Gold Bali Kratom, it always makes me feel better. It’s a wonderful life!

Some people, however, take pleasure in the time-honored process of boiling, dipping, stirring, and filtering several times before finally enjoying their kratom tea. Some people really enjoy the alkaline-bitter, green-grass flavor of kratom tea, but that’s not my cup of tea. Despite my appreciation for kratom’s analgesic and mood-boosting properties, I can’t stand the bitter alkali taste that is a necessary component of the plant’s unique chemical makeup.

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