Red Vein Kratom Leaf Powder Tea Recipes

One of the best things about Kratom and its many available associated products is that they are versatile. As a medicinal plant originating in Southeast Asia, it has long been used in various ways, often being chewed on or brewed into a pleasant cup of tea.

People around the world have been attempting to perfect Kratom tea, providing recipes and formulations online, all with distinct characteristics. While some recipes may not be up your alley, others will present you with an ideal Kratom experience while simultaneously pleasing your taste buds.

Outlined below are some of the popular tea recipes using one of the most famous Kratom products: Red Vein Leaf Powder.

Using Red Kratom For Tea

You can use virtually any type of Kratom powder to make tea. For Red Kratom, there is no exception. If you have recently found a red strain that you love, you can use it for your tea project. As you try out different recipes, you will find that you suit some more than others. Once you have found one that provides all the Kratom effects, you will be able to keep this in your back pocket whenever you want a cup of Kratom tea.

The Best Red Strains For Kratom Tea

When choosing a red strain for your Kratom tea, there is no one rule you should follow. Most of them are going to work, but over time, Kratom enthusiasts worldwide have concluded that there are a select few that tend to work better than others. They are as follows:

  • Red Maeng Da Powder
  • Red Vein Indo Kratom Powder
  • Sumatra Red Vein Kratom Powder
  • Red Vein Malay Capsules
  • Bali Red Vein Kratom Powder
  • Red Thai Kratom Powder

If you can’ get your hands on any of these strains, there is no harm in trying out something else. In some cases, you may want to purchase a few different strains, so you have more options for experimentation.

Red Vein Tea Amount

Figuring out how much Kratom to use for your tea can be a challenge. You don’t want to add too much as it could be strong and unpleasant, whereas a weak brew will not yield the intended Kratom experience. Several factors will affect the right dosage, including your weight, height, and previous experience with Kratom.

The best rule of thumb is to start low and go slow. Begin with a minimal amount of Kratom and slowly build your way up. If you find it is weak, it is easy to add a little more.

Traditional Teas That Work Best For Kratom Tea

When making Kratom tea, you will want to add in a traditional tea along with the Kratom powder. Depending on which tea you usually have, this is entirely up to your personal preference. The teas you may want to try out first are masala chai, mint, and chamomile, as they pair perfectly with the earthy flavor of Red Kratom Powder.

Depending on when you are drinking the tea, the traditional leaf you add in will vary. You may want to opt for a black tea with caffeine in the morning, whereas at night, chamomile or lavender tea would be best.

Recipe: Easy Red Leaf Kratom Tea

This recipe is straightforward and easy to get right on the first try. For this recipe, you won’t be using any traditional tea, just straight Kratom powder.


  • 2-3 cups of water
  • 2 tbsp of lemon juice
  • Red vein Kratom Powder
  • Tea strainer or coffee filter
  • Sugar, honey, or another sweetener


  1. Bring water to a boil in a pot or a saucepan. Once it’s boiling, reduce to a simmer
  2. Add your lemon juice to the water.
  3. With the water simmering, add your Kratom powder. (remember to start with low doses)
  4. Simmer this mixture for at least 10 minutes, stirring.
  5. Strain the tea.
  6. Add your sweetener.

Recipe: Delicious Minty Red Kratom Tea

This recipe is refreshing and energizing. You can have this as an afternoon pick-me-up, or even in the morning to start your day.


  • Red Vein Kratom Powder
  • 2-3 cups of water
  • Mint tea bags or mint leaves
  • Sweetener
  • 2 tbsp of lemon juice
  • Strainer


  1. Bring water to a boil using a saucepan, reducing to a simmer.
  2. Add Kratom and simmer for an additional 10-15 minutes.
  3. Add the lemon juice and mint leaves.
  4. Simmer for an additional 3 minutes.
  5. Strain and sweeten.

Recipe: Masala Chai Red Kratom Tea

This recipe tends to be one of the most favored formulations. The rich, creamy textures and bold spices will have your taste buds singing.


  • Masala chai tea bags or 1 tbsp of masala chai blend
  • Two cloves
  • 3 popped cardamom pods
  • A cinnamon stick
  • 2-3 cups of whole milk
  • 2-3 cups of water
  • Sugar
  • ¼ tsp of ground ginger
  • Red Vein Kratom Powder
  • ⅓ of Vanilla Bean
  • Strainer


  1. Add water, chai tea, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and vanilla to a saucepan and bring to a boil.
  2. Boil for a couple of minutes before reducing to a simmer.
  3. Add in your desired amount of Red Kratom Powder followed by the whole milk (you can add as much milk as you like)
  4. Let it simmer for a few more minutes.
  5. Strain and sweeten.

Once you start to experiment with various teas, you can follow the same directions outlined in the three recipes above. By substituting a chamomile tea for the mint, or a black tea for the chai, you can experiment with flavors, eventually finding one that suits you perfectly.

Make sure you start your culinary experimentation by purchasing high-quality Red Vein Kratom Powder from a reputable source.

Author : Andy Cyrus