caerulea (Blue lotus,
Sacred blue lily of the Nile)
The Blue Lotus is
not to be confused with Blue Lily (Agapanthus Africanus). The Sacred Blue
Lily of the Nile is found represented in ancient Egyptian art. It is
believed that the ancient Egyptians may have used the flower for it's
inebriating effects. The dried flower that we sell is a visually striking
mix of multicolored petals with orange stamens and white and green pieces
of the flower. When prepared as a tea
the flowers produce a thick, gold/clear liquid that reminds one of melted
amber. The liquid is ever-so-slightly sweet and upon being consumed
creates a warm, euphoric glow. Blue Lotus is suspected to contain the
natural alkaloids aporphine and nuciferine. The dried leaves can be smoked
by themselves or blended with other herbs to add flavor and an euphoric
effect to your favorite smoking mixture. There is some indication that the
effects of Blue Lotus may be enhanced if soaked in wine (which is thought
to be the original Egyptian method of use) or other alcohol.
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