Blue Lotus - Flower of Intuition & Aphrodisiac


Blue Lotus was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. The bright-blue flowers were not only desired for their delightful perfume, but for the relaxation and heightened awareness they induce as well. For centuries Blue Lotus has been respected as an ancestral flower known to provoke deep meditation, enhance third eye function, and motivate lucid dreaming. 

The effects of the Blue Lotus, (often called Blue Waterlily though different) are euphoric, while cooling down the nervous system and relaxing the whole body.



It is believed that the use of this special flower would easily release fear and one lead to increased states of cosmic connection and ultimate soul growth. This flower enhances user’s intuition and awareness to allow you to be open up your intuitive antena (serves as a device to receive or transmit radio signals) in order to be able to grasp and understand things without having to consciously think too much about it or act on it. Intuition is non-conscious thinking; essentially, the brain open and on autopilot. Scientists have repeatedly demonstrated how information can register on the brain without conscious awareness and positively influence decision-making. This drug plant, also sacred was and is now being used as a means of communicating with hidden divine powers of the universe.

Blue Lotus: The Ancient Egyptian Dream Flower is associated as supreme rejuvenating tonic within ancient Egyptian pharmacology, as its natural intelligence work in accordance to what’s needed. BL is becoming famous for its youth preserving and cell rejuvenating effects. For the reason of its natural anti-anxiety and stress reliever, it is often used in ancient social gatherings.

Blue lotus, not blue lily, has been reported to be useful as an aphrodisiac and to remedy erectile dysfunction (which explains the ancient nude party scenes depicted in some of the carvings!). It could perhaps be a modern-day Viagra as well. It was basically the ‘party drug’ of Ancient Egyptians. Secret temple gatherings of elite society drank sacred wines specially imbibed with blue lotus extract. These parties, much as the rest of Egyptian society, were sexually themed.

Recommended Use: To make tea, use about 1-2 tsp of petals per cup of hot water. Infuse almost boiling water into the tea pot, and allow it to infuse for about 5-7 minutes. Remember, overdoing the amount just makes the taste bitter and you lose the subtle taste and feel it provides.

Ingredients: Ethically harvested Blue Lotus flowers (Nymphaea caerula)

Amount per container: 1oz (28g) Dried Flower

Amount of servings: 23 servings (using 1 tsp per serving)

Suggested Serving: 1/2-1 tsp (we recommend everyone to listen to their body intuitively, follow the dosage that resonates the most with you.)

Side Effects: Blue Lotus has minimal to no side-effects, with a very low risk of dependency when taken in moderate doses as an infusion.