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For those who hate the taste and smell of kratom, this is a list of some drinks you might want to try to help make your Kratom experience better!

DRINKS YOU MIGHT WANT TO TRY 

 

(Ranking is 1 to 3, 1 being the lowest and 3 is the best)

 

COFFEE (2) 

Kratom is bitter and mixing coffee doesn’t really help make the bitterness any better, but what it will most likely do is completely mask the smell. If you don’t mind the bitterness, then give this one a try. If you are a person who is into fitness and are doing something like intermittent fasting, then this would be a great one for you. The combination can actually intensify the effects of Kratom.

 

BCAA (3) 

Kratom with BCAA’s is a pretty good option too. BCAA are known as branch chained amino acids for the prevention of muscle deterioration. BCAA is used as a pre-workout and workout drink that comes in many different delicious flavors!

Flavored BCAA usually comes in watermelon, grape, orange, and mango flavors. When you mix Kratom with the BCAA, the bitterness will be a lot more tolerable. The smell of Kratom, however, will fade, but still lingers just a bit.

Comparing flavored BCAA to water, we have to say that flavored BCAA is 10 times better. It’s much better to toss and wash with this than with plain old water.

 

CHOCOLATE DRINKS (3)

Chocolate drinks are by far the best for masking the taste. They are sweet so you won’t taste the bitterness. The smell of chocolate us strong enough to completely mask the taste of the Kratom.

You’ll most likely feel as if you were only drinking your chocolate drink, and kratom is hardly noticeable.

This by far our favorite way to mix or toss and wash Kratom with. We use Barlean’s Greens, it is a healthy alternative to most chocolate drinks as it is made with vegetables and fruits. It is also GMO and Gluten Free for all you health freaks out there. 🙂

Some other chocolate drinks you may want to consider are Yoohoo or Nesquick Strawberry/Chocolate milk.

 

JUICE (3) 

Juice such as orange juice is a great option! Many people do use orange juice and claim that it also intensify the effects of Kratom. You can mix Kratom with this and it will still taste like juice and probably the second best to chocolate drinks. 

You can mix Kratom with orange juice and we think it’s probably the second best to chocolate drinks. 

The only problem we see with juice is that the content of sugar that they have such as sunny D and other juices sold in the grocery stores. If you can buy fresh organic orange juice, that would be a better option.

We like to stay healthy and preach the benefits of organic food and beverages.

Another type of juice is Grapefruit juice that can be used to mask both kratom’s taste and smell. Grapefruit juice is extremely popular in the Kratom community because it is one of the most powerful organics juice that can make the effects of kratom very strong.

 

DIAMOND SWEET/UNSWEETENED TEA (1)

This Blends well with the taste of Kratom. It’s a whatever drink to us, but if we don’t have anything else, we will try some tea with Kratom.

 

Drinks You Might Not Want To Mix Kratom With

 

YOGURT (1) 

Yogurt isn’t actually a drink, but we have some thoughts on it after trying it for awhile now. 

This was a horrible combination. The taste of it was slightly sweet, but more on the bitter side with the texture of yogurt making it feel like mud or clay in your mouth.

Our conclusion was that we might have added more Kratom than yogurt.

During the next go, we added more yogurt instead of Kratom just to see if there are any noticeable changes. To our surprise, the taste was a bit sweeter, but the sweetness diminishes after a few seconds and the bitterness soon took over with some bad Kratom odor.

We also want to mention that the look of the combination didn’t look too pleasing either.

You can go ahead and try it for yourself, but just don’t say we didn’t warn ya.

Yogurt, however, is great for curing nausea and stomachaches arising from the side effects of Kratom.

COCONUT WATER (2) 

Not good at all. Coconut water has a very subtle taste and when mixed with Kratom, the taste of Kratom will most likely overpower the sweet coconut water.

We believe that it is best to toss and wash with coconut water instead of mixing it. 

Toss the Kratom into your mouth, and wash it down with the coconut water. Have a little more coconut water so you can rinse the kratom that may be stuck in your teeth. 

ALOE VERA (3)

Don’t mix this with Kratom. Aloe Vera has a somewhat sour taste to it, but it does taste really good by itself. When you mix Kratom with it, the taste won’t be masked and you’ll get a sour taste added with Kratom’s. It is best to toss and wash with this too.

PLAIN WHOLE MILK (3) 

Unless this is chocolate milk, It’s going to look gross with Kratom, but it does mask the taste pretty well. You’ll have to microwave the milk before mixing it as it will clump when the milk is cold. I’d rather toss and wash with this one too.

 

Conclusion:

There are a lot of drinks out there for you to mix and match. Try the one we have listed, or experiment and find something better. 

If you’re trying to mask both taste and smell of Kratom completely we would suggest using Kratom Capsules. You will be swallowing gelatin capsules that are odorless and easy to down.

 

Until next time folks,

Chihao from Kratompedia

 

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