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    Are you looking for a natural and clean way of treatment for any pain-related conditions, Did you know traditional Poppy Pods bases medicines are considered the most effective way of relieving pain?

    Ingredients

    • Then try a cup of Unwashed poppy seeds tea, which is also a great source of minerals, like manganese, copper, and iodine. Did you know 30 grams of unwashed poppy seed Tea, milk mixed with sugar is very beneficial in treating insomnia, Poppy oil can also be used Poppy latex boasts opioid compounds known for their sleep inducing properties. I’ll be presenting a poppy seed tea recipe that I have been using for a very long time now.

    Directions

    1. Then try a cup of Unwashed poppy seeds tea, which is also a great source of minerals, like manganese, copper, and iodine. Did you know 30 grams of unwashed poppy seed Tea, milk mixed with sugar is very beneficial in treating insomnia, Poppy oil can also be used Poppy latex boasts opioid compounds known for their sleep inducing properties. I’ll be presenting a poppy seed tea recipe that I have been using for a very long time now.
    2. We are a certified Organic Farm that offers Dried Poppy Pods grown with practices that support biodiversity, mitigate climate change, and protect clean air and water. The health of our clients, community and our planet are critical to all of the choices that we make. Our Dried Poppy Heads and Poppy Seeds are of the best quality in the market and cultivated to meet the requirements of the United States, Canada and Australian Markets If you’re interested in learning how to make this herbal tea, check the recipe and items that you’ll need and the instructions below.
    3. Poppy Seed Tea Recipe The Right Way
    4. Items You’ll Need
    5. Unwahed Poppy Seeds
    6. Lemons (Optional)
    7. Blackberry Vinegar (Optional)
    8. Water
    9. Fruit Juice (Optional)
    10. Bottle With Lid
    11. Large Jar
    12. Funnel
    13. Tea Towel + Rubber Band (Optional)
    14. Saucepan
    15. Citrus Juicer
    16. Knife
    17. Stirring Spoon
    18. Instructions
    19. Prepare Your Ingredients
    20. Shake And Soak
    21. Drain The Liquid
    22. Squeeze Some Lemon Juice
    23. Most important Tip
    24. Store Poppy Seeds In Airtight Container
    25. Final Thought
    26. What You’ll Need
    27. Unwashed Poppy Seeds
    28. Unwashed poppy seeds can easily be obtain from dried poppy pods from supplies who specifically sale unwashed poppy pods. For this recipe, you’ll need about 500 grams of poppy seeds- this is good for one person. If you’re buying in bulk, I recommend using less because they are stronger than the washed poppy seeds sold in grocery stores.
    29. Poppy seeds contain opium alkaloids (papaver somniferum)
    30. , like morphine, codeine, and papaverine. In small amounts, they can have a good effect on the body, ease nervous irritability, and work as natural painkillers. To select the most potent seeds, look for supplies that sale natural organic dried poppy pods, or organic unwashed poppy seeds from organic poppy farmers.
    31. Note. All seeds sold in grocery stores washed and do not contain opium alkaloids (papaver somniferum) and wont help in any way.
    32. Lemons
    33. To conceal the slight bitterness of poppy seeds, you’ll need about 3-4 lemons. The acid content of lemons can also help release the alkaloids from the seeds by suspending them above the water. To select the best lemons, look for finely grained textured peels. But its okay if you don’t like or have lemon so it actually depends on your needs.
    34. Blackberry Vinegar
    35. If you have no lemons or you just want a variety in flavor, you can use blackberry vinegar instead. This fruit vinegar is characterized by a delicate acid flavor and a strong blackberry aroma. Aside from the pleasant tangy taste, this fruit vinegar gives a pack of nutrients, like vitamins A, C, and K.
    36. Water
    37. Soak the Unwashed poppy seeds in water, you need about 700 ml of water. It’s recommended that you use warm water, not hot water, to wash the goodies off the seeds better. As possible use filtered or distilled water so you can’t risk your tea to be contaminated with any water contaminants.
    38. Fruit Juice
    39. If you like to increase the strength and potency of the opiate effects, you can restrict the histamine production by adding some juices, like grapefruit juice. I have tried pineapple juice and it’s good enough to mask the taste of the poppy seed tea.
    40. Equipment
    41. Bottle With Lid
    42. For this poppy seed tea recipe, you’ll need a 1-2 liter of plastic bottle. An empty soda bottle is a good choice. The bottle will serve as the container where you shake and soak the poppy seeds with the water or fruit juice of your choice. Make sure that your bottle has a secured lid because you don’t want to make a terrible mess when you shake the contents inside.
    43. Large Jar
    44. You need a large jar to serve as the container of your finished poppy seed tea. To save you the cost of buying a new jar, you can use the empty pasta jars in your kitchen. Just make sure that the jars are thoroughly cleaned before you use them.
    45. Funnel
    46. A funnel comes in handy when you’ll be placing the poppy seeds into the plastic bottle. If you can’t find a funnel at home, you can make your own from a sheet of paper.
    47. To make, fold the paper until you form a shape similar to an ice cream cone. Make sure that the bottom has a hole smaller than the opening of your bottle so the seeds won’t leak when you pour them.
    48. Tea Towel + Rubber Band (Optional)
    49. To strain the liquid from the seeds, you’ll need a tea towel. You’ll be tying the towel into the opening of the bottle. Alternatively, you can use a coffee filter or any clean cloth. Recently, I used a clean sock and it worked out fine.
    50. To secure the tea towel into the bottle, grab a rubber band. If you can’t find any rubber band at home, you can use a string.
    51. Saucepan
    52. You may need a saucepan to warm the water fast. A 1/2 quart mini saucepan is a good size, but you can use any deep pan or pot you have at home. Alternatively, you can use a kettle to boil water faster.
    53. Citrus Juicer
    54. To extract the juice from the lemons efficiently, you may need a good citrus juicer. What I use is the manual lemon squeezer, like this one, which guarantees no toxic materials. If you have no citrus juicer at home, you can extract the juice by using a fork.
    55. Knife
    56. Yes, you need a knife to cut your lemons into half. There’s no specific brand or type of knife to use. You can use any available knife available in your kitchen.
    57. Stirring Spoon
    58. A stirring spoon is a great help when you’ll be mixing the filtered poppy seed tea with the lemon juice. You can any long spoon you have at home. Just make sure that it’s clean so you won’t be imparting any dirt into your tea concoction.
    59. Step-By-Step Instructions
    60. Prepare Your Ingredients
    61. Prepare Your Ingredients
    62. For this poppy seed tea recipe, Use 500 grams of poppy seeds, 700 ml water, and 3 lemons. In a mini-saucepan, heat the water for a couple of minutes or until warm. You don’t want the water scalding hot because extreme heat will destroy the alkaloids rapidly.
    63. Shake And Soak
    64. Get your plastic bottle and place a funnel on top. Pour the poppy seeds into the bottle cautiously. You need to be careful in this process because it will be very easy to spill the seeds and cleaning them will be such a hassle. When all of your seeds are in the bottle, pour the warm water.
    65. Secure the lid of the bottle and give a vigorous shake for about five minutes. After that, you can let the mixture sit for about 15 minutes. Repeat the shake and rest process for about an hour. The longer you do this process, the stronger your tea will be.
    66. Drain The Liquid
    67. At this point, the seeds may appear to be a lumpy mess. To separate the liquid from the seeds and other bits of particles, you can drain the tea in two methods: unscrewing the cap or using a tea towel + rubber band.
    68. Method 1: Unscrew The Cap
    69. For the first method, unscrew the cap slightly, but not too loose or the whole contents will leak into the jar. Now, turn the bottle upside down and place it over the opening of the jar. If the bottle is not balanced well in the top of the jar, lean it against a wall.
    70. You should be seeing the liquid seeping out from the cap. If you find that there’s not much liquid coming out, squeeze the bottle occasionally.
    71. Method 2: Tea Towel + Rubber Band
    72. Remove the lid from the bottle and place a clean tea towel on the opening of the bottle. Secure the cloth with a rubber band. Similar to what you do in method 1, tip the bottle over the jar and let the liquid filter through the cloth. Since the filtering process will take a long time, squeezing the bottle occasionally will speed up the process.
    73. Squeeze Some Lemon Juice
    74. Squeeze Some Lemon Juice
    75. When all the liquid are drained from the bottle, remove it from the jar. You can extract more liquid left in the seeds by pouring the seeds into a clean cloth. Squeeze as much liquid as you can.
    76. By this time, you’ll be left with a kind of slurry in the jar. That’s your poppy seed tea. To mask the flavor of your tea, add some lemon juice. To extract the juice from the lemons, first, cut them in half by a knife. Place each half in the citrus juicer and squeeze directly into the jar. Use the stirring spoon to mix the lemon juice with the tea.
    77. Now pour a cup of tea and enjoy. You may start by drinking one cup of poppy seed tea to feel the results. If the pain still persists after 30 minutes, you may drink another cup.
    78. Most important Tip
    79. Store Poppy Seeds In Airtight Container
    80. When properly stored, poppy seeds can stay fresh up to six months. store the poppy seeds in an airtight container. Keep this container in a cool, dry place with proper ventilation and away from sunlight.
    81. Before you store them, make sure that they’re well dried, any presence of moisture will promote the growth of molds which will ruin the quality of your seeds.
    82. Another easy and very convenient way to store poppy seeds is by storing it in dried poppy pods so you can break the seeds out when need be.
    83. Final Thought
    84. Did you have fun learning how to make a simple poppy seed tea recipe? You have found a natural painkiller. With its morphine content, it’s easy to get addicted so make sure that you pay extra caution when drinking it. Never overdose on this stuff.
    85. If you have any questions or suggestions please let us know in the comments section. Contact us id you need unwashed poppy seeds or dried poppy pods, we have the best quality products you could fine online.

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