The Blue Lotus is a plant originating in the Nile region only, which is why it almost disappeared. Luckily, years ago its cultivation began to spread, first to Africa, then to the Middle East and later to the rest of the world.
The ancient Egyptians consumed the petals and leaves of this plant to achieve effects of all kinds, especially aphrodisiacs and stimulants, but they also obtained a minimum degree of psychoactivity that caused them to have slight visions. In this section you have at your disposal different formats of Blue Lotus.
How do you use Blue Lotus?
There are many ways, leaves and plant debris can be drunk as an infusion, smoked or vaporized. The resin can be taken directly, although it can also be used to enrich a wine or mixed with tobacco or other herbs for smoking or vaporizing. The extract is more designed to add a portion to the tea and drink it as an infusion or also macerated in wine for a day. And the tincture is a powerful concentrate, so you only need to add 6 to 10 drops to any drink to feel its effects.
What kind of effects does Blue Lotus produce?
It has both medicinal and mildly psychoactive effects. It causes relaxation and at the same time it raises your spirit, with a certain euphoria, well-being and special motivation. It can be similar to cannabis in some ways, especially on a physical level since cannabis produces greater brain stimulation. There are people who compare the effects of Blue Lotus with those of a mild opiate, although they are not exactly the same, the feeling of peace, calm and joy is similar.
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