The Blue water lily was sacred to the ancient Egyptians and is been admired, painted, grown and revered for thousands of years.
God of the Blue water lily in ancient Egypt was Nefertem, Lord of Perfume.
The flowers are suspected of containing apomorphine, nuciferine and natural opiate-alkaloids.
Blue Lotus is in no way addictive and is a nice inexpensive way to augment your mood for a nice relaxing weekend.
Monarchs and priests of ancient Egypt known this plant as a narcotic both for its healing qualities and as a recreational drug (soaked in wine).
Probably it contains apomorphine and a substance called nuciferine, soluble in alcohol but not known to be psychoactive.
Method of Use:
Typically users use Blue Lotus in three ways:
- Soak around 10 grams of petals in wine for a couple of hours. Then simply eat the leaves.
- Use a loose tea filter and submerge 5-10grams of Blue Lotus Petals in hot water to make a nice Blue Lotus Tea.
- Grind up the leaves and use in a pipe or bong. Take 5 hits and chill.
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