Blue Lotus Tea

The Flower of Life, a radiant tapestry woven through time, is embodied in the Blue Lotus, also hailed as The Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile. This ethereal bloom has enraptured the hearts of antiquity's luminous realms, from the empyreal corridors of Ancient Egypt to the contemplative sanctuaries of the Greeks, Buddhists, and the embrace of Hinduism's grace.

The Lotus, a symphony of symbolism, whispers a profound anthem of existence—a celestial dance of rebirth that transcends the tapestry of time. From the womb of the mire, the Lotus emerges, untouched by blemishes, a venerated icon of purity that graces the realms of perception.

Yet, its significance unfurls further, an ode to transcendence, a testament to the spirit's flight above terrestrial veils. As the Lotus unfurls its petals, it bridges the divide between the subterranean depths and the boundless luminosity, a metaphor for the soul's ascent from shadow to radiant light. This divine flower originates from Egypt where it was used in spiritual ceremonies to reach altered states of consciousness and visions.

Healing properties
The revered lily held a significant connection with the goddess Hathor, who embodied love, healing, and even intoxication. Regular consumption of Blue Lotus can aid in relaxation due to its rich Vitamin B content, including pyridoxine. This element directly engages with brain receptors, impacting mental well-being, promoting serenity, and fostering a sense of grounded centeredness. Blue Lotus boasts a wealth of antioxidants, enhancing its potency.

Utilizing lotus tea can effectively enhance blood circulation and elevate energy levels. This beverage contains iron and copper, crucial elements for the generation of red blood cells. Additionally, lotus tea features zinc, a mineral that collaborates with vitamin B6 to enhance neurotransmitter functionality.

Spiritual Side
Blue lotus flower represents death, rebirth, and the light of the sun. The journey this sacred plant takes, rooting into the mud, then its blooms rising to greet the sun is seen as symbolic of emerging from the dark into the light. It is believed that the blue lotus acted as a gateway to the divine and greatly enhanced third eye function.

Uses & Effectiveness:
  • Digestive Health
  • Increase memory
  • Menstrual Relief
  • Chronic Pain
  • Skin/Hair Health
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Relieve pain
  • Increase memory,
  • Create a feeling of euphoria
  • Helps to reduce stress + anxiety
  • May heighten awareness
  • Woks with third eye and crown chakras
  • Develop Intuition
  • Lucid Dream
Nubians, Abyssinians, and Africans all associated Blue Lotus with spiritual enlightenment. Blue lotus is also highly respected by Indians and the Buddhists. It contains natural alkaloids such as aporphine and nuciferine that are thought to be responsible for many of the effects.

Methods of Use:
Always take care when brewing our Blue Lotus tea as we recommended hot water for best tasting results.

  1. 3-5 grams of dried flowers per 1–2 cups (250–500 mL) of hot water
  2. Let steep for 5 to 10 minutes
  3. Keep remaining tea sealed in a cool place.
Traditionally, Blue Lotus was consumed after being soaked in warm water or wine.
Wine is traditional. However, any other alcohol would work, and certainly an ethanolic sublingual or ingestible tincture could be made from larger amounts.

Try place 20g in white wine and soak overnight as the effects of Blue Lotus can be increased with alcohol.

If you choose to smoke it, roll dried flowers using rolling papers

All information provided on this website is for informational purposes only.
This product is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent or any disease.
Please seek professional advice before commencing any treatment.

Always check with your doctor before you use a natural product. Some products may not mix well with drugs or other natural products.