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Cultural Significance of the Blue Lotus Flower
The Blue Lotus Flower, a water lily that primarily flourishes in Egypt and certain regions of Asia, is steeped in cultural significance. Depictions of the flower have been discovered on ancient tombs. Historians suggest that the flower was utilized in traditional Egyptian medicine to alleviate various ailments, such as anxiety and insomnia.

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Blue lotus has been reported to cause hallucinations and euphoria when used as a liquid in vaping devices or when the dried flower is infused in alcohol.

t has a long history of use for treating insomnia (likely dating back to ancient Egypt), but once again, no modern studies have confirmed the effectiveness of blue lotus as a sleep aid.

When taken in high enough amounts, blue lotus induces euphoria and can trigger visual hallucinations. Most accounts describe this experience as mild and lasting for a period of 2-3 hours.

Apomorphine is a known psychoactive compound that acts as a dopamine agonist. This means it activates dopamine receptors to produce a feeling of euphoria.

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been used for depression and other mental health disorders in the past. It's now mainly used to help manage symptoms of Parkinson's disease

blue lotus has been fairly popular for anxiety relief, even in ancient times, although there hasn't been any research to date to confirm these properties.

Nuciferine appears to induce feelings of calmness and has shown potential as an antipsychotic drug.

Process 03tincture

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To use the tincture, add a few drops to a glass of water or directly under your tongue. It is important to follow the dosing instructions provided on the product label or by your healthcare provider. It is also important to start with a low dose and gradually increase it to reduce the risk of side effects.

Process 02smoking

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Blue lotus petals can also be smoked ceremonially or burned as incense to encourage lucid dreaming and muscle relaxation. Inhalation brings much stronger and faster-acting effects but also dramatically increases the risk and severity of side effects. Blue lotus flower can be smoked by itself or mixed with other herbs. To smoke blue lotus, you can use a pipe, water pipe, or rolling papers.

Process 01tea

Sipping blue lotus tea is one of the most common ways to experience this dreamy flower. Steeping a cup before bed or meditation can relax the mind and body while opening up consciousness and sensory capacity. To make tea, you can add 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried blue lotus flowers to a cup of hot water and let it steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Placing a lid over your tea while it steeps will ensure you recapture any active components that may evaporate in the steam. You can also add honey or lemon to taste.