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Lotus bleu (Nymphaea caerulea)

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Le lotus bleu (Nymphaea caerulea) est aussi comme nénuphar bleu ou lotus égyptien. Cette plante aquatique pousse sur les bords des lacs et des fleuves. Les Egyptiens ancien la considéraient sacrée.

Le dieu du nénuphar bleu était Nefertem. Il offrait la fleur au dieu de soleil Ra pour soulager les douleurs de son vieux corps. Les Egyptiens appréciaient surtout l'odeur agréable de la plante, mais également ses qualités médicinales. On a trouvé beaucoup d'images de femmes qui portent la fleur et reniflent son odeur divine. Aujourd'hui on croit que la plante était aussi utilisée en tant que drogue récréative, trempée dans le vin.

Effets

Le lotus bleu a des effets narcotiques et euphorisants, comme le cannabis ou la codéine. En haute dose, il devient légèrement hallucinogène. Il stimule également la sexualité et l'excitation et aurait un effet proche du Viagra.

Usage

Pour faire du thé du lotus bleu, mettez environ 5 grammes dans de l'eau chaude. Pour préparer la boisson égyptienne traditionnelle, mettre la plante dans du vin pendant quelques heures. Utilisez environ 5 grammes. N'utilisez pas trop: le lotus bleu rend le vin amer et difficile à boire.

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Commentaires - Lotus bleu (Nymphaea caerulea)

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ninjaman666 2015-11-22

Good product. Works well as tea. Makes me feel pretty sedated and gives me very vivid, interesting nice dreams.

I also sometimes smoke it with weed. It has quite a nice taste although doesn't always burn well.

Tried to make blue lotus wine but…

Good product. Works well as tea. Makes me feel pretty sedated and gives me very vivid, interesting nice dreams.

I also sometimes smoke it with weed. It has quite a nice taste although doesn't always burn well.

Tried to make blue lotus wine but don't think it really worked as just ended up with a hangover so I probably did something wrong.

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cosmospirit 2015-10-25

This is a good product. Me and my friend prepared a tea, with ~7.5 grams of the herb. Water was brought to a boil in a pot, and then we added the Lotus. We let it steep for 20 minutes, then poured the tea into our cups. I personally like…

This is a good product. Me and my friend prepared a tea, with ~7.5 grams of the herb. Water was brought to a boil in a pot, and then we added the Lotus. We let it steep for 20 minutes, then poured the tea into our cups. I personally like the taste, though some people might prefer a sweetener such as honey. In around 30 minutes, the effects were appearing. Nothing mindblowing though, but a sense of tranquility, peace, general happiness about nothing in particular and a warm & cozy feeling. My friend enjoyed the effects, describing them as like the come up of MDMA. This lasted for a couple of hours until the feelings slowly faded away. My other friend tried some and had a similar experience. It is definitely beyond placebo, I'm curious to try out more. Thanks Azarius! :)

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groverpm 2015-05-31

I have 2 questions. What size should the bottle of wine be? I assume 3/4L, i.e. 75cl. I also looked up usage on other sites. They all without exception recommend 20g and leaving for several weeks not the 5g and a few hours recommended here. Why the difference? I've not…

I have 2 questions. What size should the bottle of wine be? I assume 3/4L, i.e. 75cl. I also looked up usage on other sites. They all without exception recommend 20g and leaving for several weeks not the 5g and a few hours recommended here. Why the difference? I've not used this product yet so please ignore the one star rating.

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