Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) Soap Recipe
This is just one variation of many conceivable mixes; it can be changed to your liking. You can try different things with various sorts of oils and aromas.
(Produces 2 large bars of soap or 5-6 small bars of soap)
- 3 cups glycerin soap base
- 1/4 cup of lemongrass leaves
- 1 1/2 teaspoon of lemongrass essential oil or other oil of your choosing. You can also use extra virgin coconut oil
- 1/2 teaspoon dried Irish seaweed oil.
- 1 – 2 teaspoons of Lively Mood Kratom powder
- Muffin/cupcake cooking pans or soap molding trays
* optional/replacement: Traditional lye for soap making
If we double the ingredients, they will produce 4 large bars of Kratom soap; tripling the ingredients will produce 6 large bars of soap and so on.
Preparation of Kratom Soap
Saturate the Kratom powder and lemongrass leaves in simmering water for around 15-20 minutes. You should use just enough water to cover the Kratom powder and lemongrass leaves, so 1/8 cup of water should do the trick.
What is Simmering Water ?
Simmering is a food preparation technique in which foods are cooked in hot liquids kept just below the boiling point of water (which is 100 °C or 212 °F at average sea level air pressure), but higher than poaching temperature.
Use a double boiler (or a little pot settled inside a larger pot, with simmering water in the base of the bigger pot) and warm the glycerin cleanser base until it gets to be distinctly fluid.
Include the herbal infusion, oils, and Irish seaweed powder to the melting glycerin and blend to make sure an even dissemination of ingredients. Simply spread out your ingredients and don’t give them a chance to settle in clusters. Pour the liquid blend into your muffin or silicon soap forms and let cool.
The aggregate planning time will take around 40 minutes.
Things to Remember
As you would do with muffins or cupcakes, wait for your soap to cool off and completely solidify before removing from the tray.
In case you’re not using a non-stick silicon mold, you can put a layer of plastic wrap into your muffin tins before pouring in the soap to make a non-stick surface.
Your Kratom soap is almost ready to use when it cools and became a solid form soap – it will be solid and hard, much the same as whatever other bar of soap.
Making Kratom soap is very simple (and fun), you will get the hang of it and have the capacity to make various bars of Kratom soap in a similar time frame.