What is Kratom
An ever growing number of people these days seem to feel that kratom and other “kratom” style drinks can help them get through “toy-ing” time. We shall see if this leads to more widespread popularity of kratom, or even if it leads to increased demand for the drinks.
Most people drink kratom with soda or fruit juice as far as the amount of 250-500 milligrams of caffeine exceeds the 100 milligrams prescribed dosage.
Other ingredients sometimes added to kratom drinks include chamomile, dizziness, hangover, relief from arthritis or other pain, and the list goes on. Many of these additional treatments are unnecessary. For example, some kratom drinks (especially those in the U.S.) will add sugar, artificial sweeteners, and/or corn syrup to reduce the “proof” that the drink produces in people who don’t feel “cfters”.
People often use kratom drinks the same way they would use table salt. To avoid the Gordonii symptoms (sore throat, cough, burning or running stomach, etc.), mix equal amounts of salt and kratom powder. Even works great with the outrageous flavor of kratom!
Should you Try Kratom?
To reduce the harshness of a downsized kratom drink, unscrape and dissolve one table spoon of turmeric, or curcumin, and put it to the back of the bowl. Place a few drops red hulu or red dragon kratom powder on top of a cup of hot water. knead the bowl or cup against the gelatinous parts to help mix; the water should not touch the bottom of the bowl. Drink this water until the gelatinous parts are dissolved.
Eventually the water will separate from the curcumin under the water and there will be no curcumin behind. Clean up the bowl and add the Kratom powder. Drink until the water is clear. The turmeric can now be …