Blue Lotus Flower Tea
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Regular Price: $20.00
Blue Lotus Flower Tea - 20 grams
Botanical Name: Nymphaea Caerulea
Plant Parts: Flowers and tops
Commonly depicted in Ancient Egyptian art, the Blue Lotus (otherwise known as the Blue Waterlilly) is thought to have been used as a sacrament in Ancient Egypt and some South American cultures. Its representation in Ancient Egyptian art is most commonly depicted in "party scenes", dancing, or in significant spiritual / magical rites such as the rite of passage into the afterlife. It was used by the Ancient Egyptians as a key to good health, sex and re-birth, and was consumed as an aphrodisiac for both men and women, as well as a remedy for general ill-health. It is said to have promoted feelings of well-being, euphoria and ecstacy.
It is believed that the plant was traditionally drank after being soaked in warm water or wine, while the dried flowers were often rolled and smoked in cigarettes. There's also speculation that eating the flowers can produce a mild sedative effect or even mildly psychoactive experiences. The sedative effects of the plant make it a likely candidate (among many) for the lotus plant eated by the mythical Lotophagi in Homer's Odyssey.
Blue Lotus has a long history of aromatherapy use, and is hailed as a "divine essence" meant to bring heightened awareness and tranquility. It has also been used to produce perfumes since ancient times. When prepared as a tea, the flowers produce a thick golden/clear liquid that has been said to inspire a warm, euphoric glow.
Use herbs with knowledge and caution. Before using herbs learn about contraindications and warnings for usage either through the many available resources or consult with a qualified aromatherapist.
All information presented is provided as a guideline and we do not warrant its accuracy. Information provided is based on research and data that we believe to be reliable at this time. Statements regarding health conditions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult with a trusted healthcare professional before taking or using any herbs. Each person is different, and the way you react to a particular product may be significantly different from other people.