These are sold as collectors items only. They have also been refered to as the Sacred Anchor Of Life, Milk Of Paradise, the Hand Of God, and Destroyer Of Grief.
The Pink Lotus is closely related to the Blue Lotus. Both have a tranquilizing sedative effect on the body and a stimulating and soothing effect on the minds eye. The pink lotus carries the same vibration as the color itself.
This is no ordinary selection of plants. These ethnobotanical specimens are of great interest to pharmocologist, ethnobotanist, scientist, alternative healers, spiritualist, shamans, and other cultures across the globe. Ethnobotanicals are plants that have been highly sought after by human beings sense the beginning. Below I will discuss these sacred plants in alphabetical order. Keep in mind this is only a small portion of ethnobotanical plants in the world.
The White Lotus is a close relative of the popular Blue Lotus. The Nymphaea genus is well known for its psychoactive constituents known as Aporphine and Apomorphine (6a-beta-aporphine-10,11-diol) and nuciferine (1,2-dimethoxy-aporphine). There are a large variations in the quality of the dried petals, stamina's and seeds from different vendors. The sacred narcotic Lilly was prized by the ancient Egyptians, and modern and historic mystics prize it as a tranquil sedative, that soothes the soul and lifts spiritual vibrations.
Preparing the Lotus has been done in many different ways. A skill alchemist or chemist could make a potent extract. For those who aren't knowledgeable in chemistry, a simple water/alcohol extraction proves effective when using quality, potent plant material.
Not only has it been used in the mass production of Aspirin, but it also has many historic beliefs surrounding its mystical properties. One such belief is that it bears protection to those who cary it or use it.
It was used as a tool by the Hottentot Tribe of South Africa. The Hottentot knew of Lion's Tail's health benefits and its third eye stimulating properties. Wild Dagga was used in Eastern medicine as euphoriant, purgative, and vermifuge. Other medicinal applications include the treatment of: fevers, headaches, dysentery, flu, chest infections, epilepsy, constipation, delayed menstruation, intestinal worms, spider bites, scorpion stings, hypertension and snakebites. Externally, it has been used for hemorrhoids(yowzers!), eczema, skin rashes and boils. Learn more about Wild Dagga Here!
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