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Poppy Tea (3Lb)


Poppy Tea (3Lb)

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For centuries, poppy seed tea has been used for its narcotic, analgesic, antidiarrheal, or euphoric effects, or as a substitute for opiates.

Poppy seeds contain negligible alkaloid content and have long been considered safe for use in baking, although they may cause a false positive on certain drug tests. The highest content of phenanthrene alkaloids in the poppy plant is found in the seed pods; the seeds themselves have much lower concentrations.

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poppy seed tea is generally brewed from the seeds, pods, and/or straw of the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum), an annual plant that primarily grows in Mexico, South America, Southeast Asia, and Southwest Asia. Poppy seeds contain trace amounts of opiates, including morphine, thebaine, codeine, papaverine, and noscapine.

The opioid concentrations found in poppy seed tea come primarily from the alkaloid residue retained on the seeds, which is why “unwashed” is an important marketing term for poppy seed purveyors. The opioid concentration of poppy seed tea varies widely, as it is based on the amount of alkaloid residue on the seeds, the quantity of seeds used, how the tea is prepared, and how much tea an individual consumes.

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poppy seed tea uses the pods that have been emptied of seeds, but it is possible to get a similar effect from the seeds themselves. The seeds contain virtually no opiates, but they do have some residue on their outer surfaces. Making an effective poppy seed tea requires several pounds of the seeds, so this is by far the less popular preparation.

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poppy seed tea is used for its pain-relieving and sedating properties. Some people find it to be a viable substitute for prescription painkillers when they are dealing with chronic pain. It is also used for cough suppression, relieving diarrhea, and inducing sleep.

Because the opiate content of plants is variable depending on the environment and conditions in which they were grown, people who make their own tea can never be sure how strong it is going to be. New users may only use one pod, while experienced users may use up to 15 pods per cup of tea. Many falsely believe they can predict the potency of the tea by its smell and color. Poppy tea has an extremely bitter taste and is usually flavored with licorice or another strong flavor to make it more drinkable.


poppy-tea-opiate-detox-institute-2The effects of poppy tea will usually be felt within thirty minutes of drinking it. Depending on its potency, the effects can last as long as eight hours.

The desired effects of the tea include a feeling of warmth and lightness. It produces drowsiness, mild euphoria, and pain relief. If a high dose is ingested, the effects are much more serious. This is particularly dangerous for inexperienced users who drink too much of the tea or who drink an infusion that is too strong.

The undesirable side effects include flushed skin, constricted pupils, and impaired concentration. It produces gastrointestinal effects such as nausea and constipation. At even higher doses, the tea can suppress the respiratory system, heart rate, and blood pressure. It can also cause vomiting. At this point, the drug may prove fatal as the user either stops breathing or inhales vomit.


Physical and psychological dependence on poppy tea can develop quickly. People who drink it regularly will find that they need to use more pods per cup when they are preparing the tea, and if they drink it for several days in a row, they may suffer withdrawal symptoms when they stop.


When someone discontinues the regular use of poppy tea, it produces the same symptoms as withdrawing from any other opiate. Physically, the person will experience cramps, vomiting, headaches, diarrhea, and anxiety. There is also a psychological dependence that results in strong cravings for the substance. Physical symptoms may take up to ten days to subside, while psychological cravings may last much longer.

Recipes for poppy seed tea call for soaking a large quantity of seeds for up to 12 h; soaking may be done in water or in lemon juice.

Poppy tea is an herbal tea infusion brewed from the straw or seeds of several species of poppy. The species most commonly used for this purpose is Papaver somniferum, which produces opium as a natural defense against predators. In the live flower, opium is released when the surface of the bulb, called the seed pod, is pierced or scraped. For the purpose of the tea, dried pods are more commonly used than the pods of the live flower. The walls of the dried pods contain opiate alkaloids, primarily morphine.

The tea is consumed for its narcotic effect and in small amounts for analgesic, anti-diarrheal, and sedative effects. It has also been known to be used as a method of relieving withdrawal symptoms. Use of such preparations originated in parts of Central and Eastern Europe, the Levant and Near East, and Central and South Central Asia millennia ago.

This tea is depicted both in Asian literature and Western literature and is depicted as being available in opium dens.

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