Blue Lily dried petals & stamens 20g

Nymphaea caerulea

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Dating back to ancient Egyptian times Blue Lotus / Lily has been considered of very high spiritual and cultural importance. Blue lotus flower has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years as a natural aphrodisiac, sleep aid, relaxation and anxiety reliever.

To make the Petal & Stamen Tea they remove the fibrous, woody flower centres from the flowers. The centres have no medicinal value at all. In fact it takes 8kg of Blue Lotus whole flowers to make 5kg of Blue Lotus Petals & Stamens. This makes it more expensive, but every gram of the product has the properties and active ingredients of the Blue Lotus.

A widely known practice is to soak 2-4 flowers soaked in wine for 24 hours to give a noticeable and very pleasant synergy with the wine. Seed extracts and flower extracts can be consumed orally with or without alcohol or smoked. All product forms will produce noticeable effect which can range from mild to a fairly strong sedative state.

Technically called Blue Waterlily, Lotus is commonly confused for and misused for this species. The term Lotus has been used by us for customer searching purposes only. Lotus refers to Nelumbo spp.

Syn: Nymphaea nouchali v. caerulea

Common Name: Egyptian Lotus; Blue Lotus; Blue Water Lily; Cape Water Lily; Blue Lotus of the Nile; Blue Egyptian Lotus; Blue Egyptian Waterlily; Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile.


Traditional uses and general information on products are provided for educational purposes only. We do not make any therapeutic claims.
Nothing contained in this site is intended to be used as medical advice and it is not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor should it be used for therapeutic purposes or as a substitute for your own health professionals advice.
 
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