Blue Lotus has a vast history of use, lore, and even mystery behind it. It produces pharmacological constituents which are attributed to its tranquil, sedating, and mind opening properties. There are both Nelumbo nucifera, and Nymphaea caerulea products to choose from. We have the flowers ( flower petals ), stamens, Extracts, Resin(nelumbo nucifera), 2.5% Extract Powder, a 15x Tincture(nymphaea caerulea), and even viable seeds to grow your own.. The list goes on.
These seeds are very easy to germinate and come with instructions. They must be planted underwater because it grows like a lily. The stalks ride up to the top of the water and produce a pad which blooms an incredible and edible flower. It's majestic beauty is as marvelous as its inebriating properties. The seeds are guaranteed to grow, are fresh, and tested upon arrival from our source.
The stamens are likely the most taken for granted part of the plant. They have a unique pharmacology though, and are as valuable as any other part of the lily. The most prized constituent produced by this species is probably aporphine. Our products are intended to contain the highest possible concentrations of it and a full spectrum of all the other phytochemicals Blue Lotus has to offer!
This tincture ROCKS! The taste is as potent as the actual liquid inside the bottle. I actually think it works best if you add it to a bottle of water, shake it up, and then drink the water. If you're not already familiar with Dr. Emoto from Japan, his findings on water may intrigue you. Perhaps the signature that the tincture leaves in the water has something to do with it being such an effective administration method.
Flowers ( flower petals Nymphaea caerulea )
These flower petals have been depicted in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and artifacts. Many speculate that the Blue Lotus was used by them as a ceremonial intoxicant. It was obviously prized by them, and their luxurious life-style would indicate that this assumption is likely correct. A television series titled "Sacred Weeds" once did an episode on it, and concluded that its psychoactive potential was very real. On top of that, the scientific phytochemical analysis of it proves it contains the psychoactive compound known as aporphine.