How To Make Kratom Soap
How to Make Kratom Soap
Kratom (Mitragyna Speciosa) is an herb from Southeast Asia, usually from Indonesia.
Kratom raw materials can be further processed to make soap.
As a solid soap substance, Kratom can provide exfoliating benefits that can be much better than most commercial soaps sold in your local store.
What You’ll Need (Makes About 4-5 Bars Of Soap)
- 3 cups glycerin soap base
- 1/4 cup of lemongrass leaves
- 1 1/2 teaspoon of lemongrass essential oil or coconut oil
- 1/2 teaspoon dried Irish seaweed oil.
- More or less 5 tablespoons of Herbal Samurai Kratom Powder (Choose your favorite strain)
- Cupcake or Soap molding trays
You can double or triple the amounts of ingredients to make more bars of soap at once, just make sure you keep the ratios roughly the same.
The size of your Kratom soap bars will depend on the size of your mold sheets.
This is simply one recipe and you can experiment with your own combinations as well.
Distribute out your ingredients and don’t just let them settle in clumps. Pour the mixture into your cupcake or soap making molds and let it cool down for roughly 30 minutes.
The entire process should take you 45 minutes.
As you would do with any baked item, wait for your soap to cool down and become completely solid before attempting to remove it from the mold; this will make it less likely to fall apart on you.
Once cooled down, your Kratom soap is good to go. It will feel like any other bar of soap, hard and cool.
Kratom soap is actually pretty easy to make once you do it once, and then you can go ahead and make a bunch of bars at the same time.
If soap will be for resale, please make sure to look into the cosmetic act to make sure you do not market or advertise your soap as a cosmetic.