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    Blue Lilly 5 GR

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    The Blue Lilly (Nymphaea caerulea) is also known as the Egyptian lotus. The use of this beauty goes back 3000 years.... Show more
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    This aquatic plant grows on the banks of lakes and rivers. During excavations of many Pharaohs, beautiful blue flowers of the Blue Lilly have been found in the tombs! The ancient Egyptians considered this water lily a sacred plant for its health benefits, narcotic effects and dazzling appearance. The old Egyptians called this plant sacred and used it as a means of grace. Blue Lilly has an anesthetic, euphoric and is mildly hallucinogenic at higher doses.

    Ingredients

    Blue Lilly (Nymphaea caerulea).

    Effects

    Blue Lilly increases libido and relaxes, euphoric, improves sleep, has a positive effect on mood and can be used with a certain dose also induce mild hallucinations.

    Use

    Use 5 grams per bottle of wine to prepare a traditional Egyptian drink / wine. Do not exceed this dose, the Blue Lotus makes the wine bitter, too much could totally ruin the wine.

    Blue Lilly tea: place 5 grams or half a tablespoon in hot water. Let this herb steep for 5 minutes, strain it or drink the tea carefully.

    You can also vape this herb, the ideal temperature for this is between 100 and 125 degrees Celsius.

    Contents

    5 grams of Blue Lilly Kratopia.

    Specifications

    Article number
    8101648
    SKU
    20331

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