— mild mood lift/euphoria
— mildly sedative
— relaxing and calming
— Female & Male Natural aphrodisiac
— mild analgesic
— enhancement of dream states
— safely pleasant synergy with most substances, especially marijuana, alcohol etc
A very comfortable, dreamy feeling, with a slight stimulant effect. relate to an expanded state of awareness with feelings of a psychic opening of the higher chakras, especially the 6th, or the third-eye. The sacred flower seems to produce a subtle, high-level, and expanded state of consciousness.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) is the plant that plays a major role in Egyptian culture, and although the plant is native to Egypt it is known to have spread throughout Southern and Southeastern Asia long before the prevalence of the Egyptian Empire. Its is a flower that has had a majestic stretch of limelight back through thousands of years of history and across cultures as varied as the Egyptian, Mayan, Syrian and Thai. Physically, it’s a small, round, blue, flowering species that floats atop lakes or other bodies of water. The flower buds rise to the surface over a period of two to three days. When they're ready, they open in the morning around 9:30am and close in the early afternoon around 3:00pm.
The blue Lotus is strongly connected with Egyptian culture, and it features in many ancient paintings, and carvings. Perhaps the most well-known role of the blue Lotus flower in Egyptology is set in it’s association with the Sun, the creation, and rebirth.