Blue Lotus Flowers (Nymphaea caerulea) 10g
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Nymphaea caerulea has a long history of use, dating back thousands of years. A current (and also ancient) use for the dried flowers is to soak a few in red wine overnight, strain and then drink in moderation. The effects are relaxing, sedating and produce a feeling of contentment. The flowers are also used in many smoking blends and as incense. Technically called Blue Waterlily, Lotus refers to Nelumbo spp.
Wild harvested in SE Qld.
10g dried flowers
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