The past few years have seen the popularity of kratom, a herb native to Southeast Asia, grow rapidly. This has happened primarily due to the medicinal properties of the herb. The best thing about kratom is that you can use it to prepare many interesting beverages, smoothies, and food items. The section below includes four amazing kratom recipes that you should try at home. 

Recipe #1: Citrus Honey Kratom Tea

The humans began to consume kratom in the form of tea. If you prepare tea with this herb, the medicinal properties of the herb will remain intact and you will enjoy the maximum benefits of consuming it. The Citrus honey kratom tea is sweet to taste and comes with a refreshing aroma. The citrus juices in it make it a rich source of vitamin C. 

Ingredients

  •       2 cups of water
  •       1 lemon (sliced)
  •       1 orange (sliced)
  •       Kratom powder 
  •       Honey

Preparation

Boil a cup of water and add a teaspoon of kratom powder into it. Allow the mix to heat up on a low flame. After 15 minutes, add the sliced orange and lemon and simmer for a couple of minutes. Now, remove the pot from the heat and strain the tea into a cup. You can have the tea right away or wait for it to cool down and have it after you add a few ice cubes. 

Recipe #2: Chocolate Milkshake with Kratom

The combination of milk and chocolate will help to eliminate the characteristic bitter taste of kratom. The drink is extremely filling and thus is perfect for supper. 

Ingredients

  •       1 cup of full cream milk 
  •       2 teaspoons of chocolate powder 
  •       ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  •       Kratom powder 
  •       A pinch of salt 

Preparation

The recipe will need just a few minutes of your precious time. Put all the above ingredients into your blender and mix them well. If required, add in some extra cream and ice. Pour the mix into tall glasses and serve. 

Recipe #3: Kratom Juice Punch

If you want your kratom drink to be rich in vitamins, minerals, and enzymes, prepare this recipe at home. 

Ingredients

  •       ½ each of papaya, mango, kiwi, and pineapple 
  •       1 teaspoon kratom powder 
  •       ½ teaspoon sliced ginger 
  •       Ice

Preparation 

For maximum benefits, try to use Red Maeng Da Kratom powder to prepare this nutritious kratom juice. Once you have all the ingredients ready, place the fruits in your blender and turn it on. Blend well to prepare a thick juice. Now, add in a teaspoon of kratom powder, the sliced ginger, and the ice. Blend again and pour the juice into a glass and serve. You can add some more ice cubes to the drink if you want it to be chilled. 

Recipe #4: Overnight Kratom-Oats

This is a great breakfast option for individuals who want to start their day with something that will keep them energetic all through the day. The item contains high-quality fiber, proteins, and omega-3 fatty acids. If you have a bowlful of overnight kratom-oats for breakfast, you will not feel hungry until it’s lunchtime. If you want the item to be even tastier, you can add in some choco-chips and butter to the recipe. 

Ingredients

  •       ½ cup old rolled oats
  •       ½ cup almond milk
  •       1 teaspoon chia seeds 
  •       2 teaspoons Green yogurt 
  •       1 teaspoon kratom powder 
  •       1 teaspoon honey 
  •       ½ teaspoon vanilla extracts 

Preparation

Pour all the above ingredients into a jar. Close the jar with its lid and shake it so that all the ingredients blend well with each other. Refrigerate the mix overnight or at least for a couple of hours. Have a bowlful of overnight kratom-oats the next morning. 

Final Words

Other than the recipes above, you can use kratom powder to prepare several other delicious foods and beverages. You are free to experiment with the ingredient to make it a part of your daily life.

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