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Kratom in Applesauce Recipe

Kratom in Applesauce

Kratom in Applesauce


  • Kratom powder
  • 1 Fuji apple
  • 2 Golden Delicious apples
  • 1/2 cup of apple juice
  • 1 tbsp. butter
  • 2 tbsp. honey
  • ¼ tsp. cinnamon powder


  1. Take the apples and peel them. Afterwards, core and quarter all three of them and put the results in a clean, microwave-safe container.
  2. Put the rest of the ingredients, with the exception of the kratom, into the container and try to make sure that as much of the apple quarters as possible is in the apple juice.
  3. Pop the container in the microwave—making sure that the lid of the container is slightly open or open in one corner, of course—and turn the dial to High. Microwave that for 10 minutes.
  4. Get a fork or potato masher and mash the apples so that they reach your preferred consistency.
  5. Fold the kratom powder (just enough for one dose) into the applesauce and mix it with a fork until it is evenly distributed throughout the applesauce.

Applesauce and similarly thick, sweet, powerful-tasting substances are perfect “carriers” for kratom powder, as they help cover up the bitterness of its taste and also make it easier to swallow by lubricating the throat. You do not actually have to use all the applesauce made in this recipe for your kratom dose if you are fine with less. Some simply spoon a bit of the applesauce into their mouths with the kratom tucked inside it, the applesauce acting almost like a gelatinous sheath over the bitter parcel of kratom powder within.

When you eat the applesauce, it would still help to have a handy beverage nearby to wash it down even more quickly and help get the kratom down your throat as fast as possible. Plain water will do, of course, but some people find that taking the kratom applesauce with actual apple juice produces a nice harmony of similar flavours. It might further dull your senses to the bitter kratom actually hiding within the sweet sauce if even your beverage is sweet, after all, and serves only to enhance the apple flavour on your tongue.


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