Blue Lotus Sacred Lily Nymphaea Caerulea Organic 1oz pouch
Herbs for anxiety
Weight: 1 oz
counts as (3) units
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Blue Lotus also referred to as the Sacred water lotus can be traced back to the Orient as a medicinal herb for over 1,500 years. Blue Lotus is also a religious, artistic, and folklore icon. It was brought to India from Egypt, where it was associated with the sun: the lotus, like the sun, opened in the morning and closed at night. It was also associated with the god Horus, who was often depicted sitting or standing on the lotus, like Brahma and the Buddha after him. In Egypt the flower was blue and white, and was seen as a flower of resurrection, and used in funeral rights and depicted in the artwork in tombs. In India it represents birth and rebirth; Brahma was born seated on a lotus flower. All of parts of the plant may be used.
Lotusine, demethyl coclaurine, neferin, and nuciferine.
Seeds, flower petals, flower stamens, pods, and leaves.
Pedals and leaves made into a Tea or Decoction.
Used as a Garnish
Added to a Smoking blend
Pedals steeped in wine or Tea for a reported calming effect
Lotuses have long been held sacred by Buddhists, Hindus, and Egyptians, whom all believe that Lotus flowers bring prosperity, fertility, and allow the inner being to bloom. Lotus are also used in the orient in weight loss supplements. Lotus can also be used as a mild detoxifying agent as well. Lotus plants are mildly psychoactive for some and can produce a calming effect.
None known. This herb is considered relatively safe for long-term use, with no known negative side-effects.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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