Blue Lotus

$5.00

Description

Blue Lotus (Nymphaea Caerulea) is also known as Blue Water Lily and the Sacred Lily of the Nile.

The plant, a natural sedative, originate from along the Nile River, in Egypt. For thousands of years it was used by the native people as part of religious ceremonies in which they would use these sacred blue flowers to reach higher levels of consciousness. During third century, it was introduced to the conquering Greeks who in turn exported it to far regions of the world.

In addition to it’s use in perfumes, it is still used today as a mild sedative.

The medicinal benefits of Blue Lotus stem largely from the sedative properties of the plant. It can use as a sleep aid, as a natural anti-anxiety remedy, and as a stress reliever. Blue Lotus contains nuciferan (a natural anti-spasmodic) along with aporphine, which will give you feelings of calming euphoria.

There are also reports of its use as a treatment for gastrointestinal problems. Diarrhea and dyspepsia, among other things, have reportedly been helped by ingesting Blue Lotus, although research is scarce in this particular area.

In the modern world, it is brewed into a tea (or mixed into various cocktails, wines, and liquors) by boiling the entire plant for 20-30 minutes before ingesting.

It can be smoked as well, but should be a blend of petals and bulbs, not solely one or the other as the majority of the ingredient lies in the bulb, and some in the petals. Furthermore, it can be used in a herbal blend to create calming feelings of peace.

The effects of Blue Lotus seem to differ between different people, but it’s principal effects is what made this plant popular among the Egyptians. A calm sense of euphoria overtakes many users of the plant. It is often compared to MDMA, albeit less intense and more calming than stimulating. Depression can be alleviated in this way and, while not permanently, can give the user an opportunity to look at what causes their depression and really take something away from the experience.

In many people there is actually a mild, stimulant-like effect that is felt after taking Blue Lotus. The sedation is present, but the tingling, body energy sensation of stimulants fills them as well. This calm is a psychoactive property appreciated by it’s users. is found to be great for socializing and spending time with friends and family.

In addition, many people may help their erectile dysfunction after ingesting Blue lotus. Rather than turn to pharmaceutical drugs many people are turning to this plant as an aphrodisiac. This is especially true if the sexual dysfunction stems from depression. Called “Viagra” of the Pharoahs, Blue Lotus was used by ancient Egyptians to enhance the sex drive. Egyptians medicinal practitioners also used this flower to stimulate blood flow, and as an anti aging treatment.

 

Blue Lotus Dosage Information
The standard dosage of Blue Lotus tincture is 6-10 drops in juice, water, or under the tongue 2 times per day.

 

Blue Lotus Safety & Interaction Information
There are no known safety issues or interactions associated with Blue Lotus when taken in the recommended doses. Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or those with severe liver or kidney disease is not known.

Blue Lotus Dosage Information
The standard dosage of Blue Lotus tincture is 6-10 drops in juice, water, or under the tongue 2 times per day.

Blue Lotus Safety & Interaction Information
There are no known safety issues or interactions associated with Blue Lotus when taken in the recommended doses. Safety in young children, pregnant or nursing women, or those with severe liver or kidney disease is not known.

 

 

Additional information

Weight 0.1 lbs