Blue Lotus Effects

 

The main effects of Blue lotus are a pleasant feeling of warmth around the head, very comfortable edreammy feeling and maybe slightly stimulant effect.

Because of the mythological, cosmological, symbolic, and artistic significance of the blue lotus, many feel that the ancient Egyptians used the blue lotus for its inebriating effects. Because of its mythological and cosmological symbolism, the blue lotus flower was seen as an elite flower that produced shamanic effects.

The blue lotus flower contains a alkaloid called nuciferine, soluble in alcohol but not known to be psychoactive. Nuciferin is anti-spasmodic and likely contains aporphine. You'd need a good 5g, which is about 3-5 flowers, in order for the flowers to be active. You can either ingest the blue lotus, smoke the blue lotus, make a tea from the blue lotus, or make wine blue lotus. It has been documented that he blue lotus appears to be a hypnotic sedative. Some people will compare the effects of being MDMA or Ecstacy, but most will say it's much like cannabis, codeine, or propoxyphene. It's has been said to be much more of a hypnotic effect rather than a hallucinatory effect. There has also been the alkaloid apomorphine, which has just recently been isolated by independent labs.

The blue lotus water lily flower also has a sexual effect on people. The famous Dr. Liz Williamson says that the flower does have "a sort of Viagra effect". In scenes from the film Turin, you'll notice the women are wearing close to nothing, other than the white lily as a headdress. These women were wooed with the blue water lily.

Due to the psychoactive properties that blue lotus has, recent studies have shown that the blue lotus may have been used as a sacrament in ancient Egypt, as well as certain ancient South American cultures.

Used in aromatherapy the blue lotus produces psychoactive effects that are purported to have a "divine" essence, which brings upon the feelings of tranquility and euphoria. There are also reports of the blue water lily producing an anti-spasmodic and sedative, purfying and calming effect.

 

Blue Lotus Experiences:

 

Experience Report 1

I recently tried kratom and a blue lotus 20x extract from my favorite vendor. I used my usual does of kratom - a couple of spoonfuls of plain leaf (freshly ground of course) and consumed on an empty stomach.

This concoction made a very nice buzz. I washed the blue lotus extract down with some red wine 1 hour after consuming the kratom. I felt great, really buzzed - not droopy or heavy - more laid back, spaced out and dreamy. I played my guitar whilst I was energized from my kratom, but when the blue lotus and wine started to take effect my song style changed. I switched from heavy rock to slow jazz.

This was a great experience and one I'll be doing again and again. Thank you. Blue lotus extract enhances the kratom effects.