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Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea)

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Blue Lotus Nymphaea caerulea - Herbs of the Gods

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Blue Lotus was a sacred plant for the ancient Egyptians. It smells great, works euphoric and heightens awareness. Mild hallucinations might occur at higher dosages.


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The Blue Lotus, or Blue waterlily, originates from the Nile area and other parts of East-Africa. The flower was considered a sacred plant by the ancient Egyptians. It is depicted in many stone carvings, paintings, and pyramid temples. It is shown in party scenes, or in connection with ritual dances. The Blue Lotus is central to Egyptian mythology, as it symbolizes the sun. The flower closes its petals during the dark night, and opens up again after the sun rises. There is a story in Heliopolis (=”city of the Sun) that the world originated with Ra (the Sun God) emerging from a lily , and going back in there every night creating the night. The Nymphaea Caerulea is often used because of it’s great smell, for perfumes and aromatherapy. It also gives an narcotic, euphoric, relaxed feeling, while simultaneously heightening your awareness. In higher doses, mild hallucinations can occur!


If you want to consume the Blue Lotus like the Egyptians, soak 5 grams of the herb in a bottle of wine for a couple of hours. Do not put too much! The lotus makes the wine bitter and hard to drink. For tea, use 5 grams per cup. Soak it for a while in boiled water.


Herbs of the Gods have collected high quality herbs since 1999. They have a selection of relaxing, stimulating and psychoactive herbs, that can be consumed by eating, drinking in teas or with a vaporizer

Productcode hb-bl
Weight (KG) 0.0200
Category Relax
Portions 1 - 5
Form Shredded
Contents 20g
Ingredients No
Origin No
Species No
Not shipped to: No known restrictions

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