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How To Take Kratom With Food Or Drink
There are two factors most people have to overcome when ingesting kratom – the taste, which may be too bitter for most palettes, and the amount of powder that must be consumed. Getting down even a tablespoon of very dry powder can be awkward, so many people opt to use food and drink to help them do it.
The most popular and some say best way to use kratom is by mixing it with orange juice and drinking. The sweetness of the juice goes a long way in masking the taste. Some prefer grapefruit juice to mask the flavor with a more acceptable form of bitterness. You can also mix the powder into a smoothie, or even a virgin Bloody Mary.
Many people enjoy brewing the powder into a potent kratom tea. A great product for this is an all-around great powder like Green Borneo. Simple tea is easy to make – just add your dose into a pot of softly boiling water. Lower the heat to a simmer for 15 minutes, then strain the liquid into a mug, throwing the gritty matter in the strainer. You can drink it hot or save it on ice for later.
If you’d like to have even more fun and variety, try mixing it into solid foods or using Kratom recipes. The most simple and popular method for this is adding powder to a mug full of chilled applesauce. More daring kratom chefs have blended the plant powder into oatmeal, stirred it into yogurt or pudding, even baked it into cookies. The sky is the limit, though getting a good flavor combination will rely on the right ratio of powder to food product.