Blue Lotus Flower Nymphaea caerulea
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20 grams of dried Blue Lotus ,Nymphaea Caerulea, Flowers
Effects of Blue lotus
The Blue Lotus gives an narcotic, euphoric, relaxed feeling, while simultaneously heightening your awareness. It used as an aphrodisiac and can induce lucid dreaming. With higher doses of the Nymphaea Caerulea Lily, mild hallucinations and closed eyed visuals can occur!
The Nymphaea Caerulea is often used because of it’s great smell, for perfumes and aromatherapy.
The psychoactive compounds in Blue Lotus exits out of two alkaloids. The plant contains the psychoactive Nuciferine, an alkaloid associated with dopamine receptor blockade. The other alkaloid is Aporphine which is more common in plants and is a non-selective dopamine agonist.
The Sacred Blue Lotus is used in many ways, you can drink it as a tea or as an extraction. Vape or even smoke it. This flower is combined with other herbs, like, and for even more relaxing effects.
How to make Blue Lotus Tea
- To make tea of the Blue Lotus use 5 grams of the flower.
- Add the flower to a cup of hot water, that is just beyond simmering.
- Soak it for about 5 minutes.
- Now turn of the heat and let the blue lotus tea steep for 10-15 minutes.
- Strain the leaf from the tea
- Ready is your Blue Lotus Tea.
Add cacao, spices or sweetener for that true warming feeling.
Make Blue Lotus Wine
Do it like the Old Egyptians did make blue lotus wine. Extract the alkaloids out of the Blue Lotus by adding it to wine:
- Take 5-10 grams of the Blue lotus herb
- Add it to a jar with wine or alcohol.
- Shake you Blue Lotus Elixir every day
- Let it sit for 1-3 weeks.
- Strain when ready
Do not put too much of the Sacred Blue flower! The Blue lotus makes the wine bitter and hard to drink. But it is the best and most potent way of extracting the lotus. Additional you can add spices or a sweetener, to mask the taste if needed.
Vaping and Smoking Blue Lotus
The herbs of Blue Lotus can also be vaped with an vaporizer. Use 0.25-0.5g of the Blue Lotus and vape at 100°C to 125°C degrees. The Aporphine alkaloid vaporizes at 125 degrees Celsius. When vaped the Blue lily It is sometimes combined with.
Although not very healthy smoking the Lotus as a joint, like marijuana, is effective and a simple way of using this herb. An Waterpipe or bong can be used instead
TThe Blue Lotus, or Blue waterlily, originates from the Nile area and other parts of East-Africa. It is also know as the blue Egyptian lotus. The flower was considered a sacred plant by the ancient Egyptians. It is depicted in many stone carvings, paintings, and pyramid temples. The blue Lily 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, the city of the Sun, that the world originated with Ra emerging from a lily ,and going back in there every night creating the night.
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
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- Have not tried yet.
- Blue lotus wine
- Amazing high - I need to explore this plant much more
Do some research and you'll find it has many potentials. I'm definitely not done with exploei the effects of this plant.
High doses gives a very potent and pleasant high, and then some mild psychedelic, "visual special effects" occour, but not as powerful to be defined as hallucinations - just some short experiences of nice/interesting changes in light and colours. ... (Posted on 7/29/2018)
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