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This Blue Lotus Extract can be used as a food additive, in Tea or other beverages, and in skin care products. This extract has a confirmed 10% Nuciferine, one of the main active ingredients in Blue Lotus Flowers.

Nuciferine is an alkaloid found within the plants Nymphaea caerulea and Nelumbo nucifera. Nuciferine possesses, anti-inflamatory, anti-hyperlipidemia, anti-hypotensive, anti-arrhythmic, and insulin secretagogue activities.

Nuciferine has an enriched pharmacological profile, with affinities for a number of serotonergic and dopaminergic receptors. Nuciferine and its derivatives might lead to a new family of atypical antipsychotic compounds. Furthermore, a recent identified mechanism of action related to its anti-inflammatory activity, suggest this molecule might also play a role in the treatment of depression and posttraumatic stress disorder. Nuciferine was already reported to have antipsychotic properties, comparable to chlorpromazine.

Nuciferine has also earlier been isolated from the Indian lotus, the Nelumbo nucifera, a plant used in an Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia for the treatment of certain mental disorders. In the Chinese pharmacopoeia, the preparation Tangzhiqing tablet also contains nuciferine

Our Blue Lotus Extract powder is an all natural extract from the Blue Lotus flower that dissolves easily and has a mild, pleasant flavor. This extract has a relaxing effect on body and mind, while not causing fogginess or drowsiness. It has also been reported that it helps in meditation, induces prophetic dreams and is an all round mood enhancer.

Suggested use: dissolve 600-800mg (1/4 teaspoon) into a cup of hot water or tea, or alcoholic beverage. It is not recommended to exceed 5000 mg per day.

Blue lotus flower is a water lily that predominantly grows in Egypt and certain parts of Asia.

Blue lotus flower (Nymphaea caerulea) is a psychoactive plant, also known as blue Egyptian lotus, blue water lily, and sacred blue lily.

It’s been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years as a natural aphrodisiac, sleep aid, and anxiety reliever.

It holds cultural importance, and images of the flower have been found on ancient papyri and on the walls of tombs. Historians believe it was once used in Egypt as a traditional medicine to treat an array of conditions and disorders like anxiety and insomnia.

It’s known as an entheogenic drug, which is a mind-altering substance believed to alter one’s consciousness in a spiritual or religious manner. This term is commonly used instead of “hallucinogenic” or “psychedelic”.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuciferine

https://edelweisspublications.com/articles/22/298/Blue-Nile-Flower-Rituals-from-the-Perspective-of-Transpersonal-Psychology—The-Role-of-Nuciferine-and-its-Putative-Value-as-an-Antipsychotic-Drug

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Entheogen

Medicinal Use

Blue Flag’s name is derived from the beautiful and colourful blue petals of its flower. The Native American tribes were the first to use Blue Flag root in herbal preparations. Used to treat diseases of the liver thanks to its high iridium content. Blue Flag root taken as tea can be an effective laxative and diuretic. Also effective as a topical medicine, it can reduce inflammation of the skin and may decrease the symptoms of skin infections. Also great for treating burns, bruises and wounds.

Spiritual/Magical Use

The fresh flowers are said to purify an area and to attract the qualities of wisdom, faith, and courage. Sacred to Iris, Goddess of the Rainbow, to Juno, and to the sphere of Venus, iris is a classic Goddess herb which brings purity, wisdom, courage, and faith.

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10gms, 25gms, 50gms, 100gms, 250gms, 500gms, 1kg

Important Note: Information on the traditional uses and properties of herbs are provided on this site is for educational use only, and is not intended as medical advice. If you have any serious health concerns, you should always check with your health care practitioner before self-administering herbs.