Blue Lotus Flowers (Blue Lily) Nymphaea Carulea *Organic*

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What most people refer to as Blue Lotus Flowers, are actually Blue Lilly flowers (Nymphaea Caruea). This is an amazing teacher herb which has a very long history of being revered and respected by those who utilized it.

These flowers have been found in Ancient Egyptian tombs as well as Egyptian depictions. Said  to be used to help one to reach transcendent states of consciousness and enter trance-meditative states, but it was likely used as incense and symbolically as well.


Blue Lily Flowers make a great addition to any smoke blend and are great for use in teas as well. Our flowers are absolutely top-notch Lotus specimen, these are sustainably harvested in Thailand and are Organically grown without the use of harmful pesticides. These are very beautiful specimen, and the lessons this teacher provides have been astounding to us here at Eternity in a Box.


As with all of our Teacher herbs, there is much to learn here just by being in the presence of this plant! We recommend meditating beside your plants, possibly atop a meditative alter or as an incense. Blue Lily Flowers can also be consumed, but please be respectful and get to know how this plant affects you before working with too much. Very relaxing effects which are subtly dreamy, but so very ‘connecting’ and coherent.

***These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. ***


1 review for Blue Lotus Flowers (Blue Lily) Nymphaea Carulea *Organic*

  1. christian

    this flower is pretty amazing. i was unsure about it at first but after experimenting with it i find it helps calm me down as well as relaxes me. also helps clear my head so i can focus a little better. a good blend in my opinion to help me sleep because i have bad insomnia is mixing it with the pedculoris densiflora. 4 stars easy and you guys keep up the good work. more ppl need to know about this

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