Blue Lotus Flower | Australia

Discovering the Magic of Blue Lotus Australia
If you have stumbled across this page, I gather you are curious about the Blue Lotus flower and why it has been gaining so much attention lately, especially in the wellness realm. Let me share why I personally started drinking Blue Lotus Tea. Just like you, I was intrigued. I was searching for a herbal tea that could calm the mind, and since I love meditating, I wanted something to enhance my practice. I discovered Blue Lotus and, as I delved deeper into its history and usage, back to when the ancient Egyptians worshipped this flower, I was captivated. They revered it as a symbol of creation, rebirth, and spiritual enlightenment. The Egyptians believed that the flower, which opens at dawn and closes at dusk, represented the daily cycle of the sun and life itself. Such a beautiful and profound symbol.

I started drinking Blue Lotus before meditation or sleep. It calmed my mind in ways I couldn't achieve alone, deepening my connection to my dreams. This visualisation effect is linked to the psychoactive compounds in the flower, like Apomorphine and Nuciferine. After months of working with this plant, I wanted to share it and found it perfectly complemented our brand. I connected with farms and suppliers worldwide until I found a sustainably run farm in Sri Lanka, a land that honours its history and grows Blue Lotus in harmony with nature. Unlike mass-producing farms in China that even grow it indoors, which didn't align with my values, the farm I work with grows their Blue Lotus flowers naturally. They dry them naturally and avoid machinery or pesticides.

So, that's a brief glimpse into how I got started with Blue Lotus. Now, I want to share an overview of the history and benefits of the Blue Lotus flower. While research on this sacred plant medicine is limited, I believe reviews and personal experiences speak volumes. I'll leave you to make your own decision.

What is Blue Lotus Tea?

Blue Lotus Tea, derived from the Blue Lotus flower (Nymphaea caerulea), has been treasured for centuries for its unique blend of physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. This enchanting flower held a prominent place in ancient Egyptian culture, symbolising creation, rebirth, and spiritual enlightenment. The Egyptians believed that the flower, which opens in the morning and closes at night, represented the cycle of creation.

Where does Blue Lotus Tea come from?

Blue Lotus tea originates from the blue lotus flower (Nymphaea caerulea), which grows in aquatic environments such as ponds, lakes, and marshes. Historically, it thrived along the banks of the Nile River in ancient Egypt, where it held profound cultural and spiritual significance.

Today, Blue Lotus is cultivated in various tropical regions worldwide, including Sri Lanka, Thailand, and parts of Africa. It requires warm temperatures and ample sunlight to flourish, typically growing in nutrient-rich, muddy or sandy soil beneath the water's surface.
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Our Blue Lotus Flower Tea

As I mentioned above, it took a while for me to source the right farming supplier to work with, ensuring we ticked all the boxes of organic, sustainable farming practices and fair work. Our Blue Lotus Tea is carefully crafted from the revered Blue Lotus flower (Nymphaea caerulea), also known as the blue Egyptian lotus, blue water lily, and sacred blue lily.

Sourced from the lush landscapes of Sri Lanka, our Blue Lotus Tea allows you to indulge in the profound heritage of this sacred flower. Known for its associations with meditative energy, enhancing the functioning of the third eye, and inspiring lucid dreaming, our tea promotes restful sleep, supports stress and anxiety reduction, and has natural aphrodisiac qualities. It is ideal for integrating serenity into your bedtime routine, meditation sessions, or daily moments of mindfulness.

No artificial colours or flavours. 100% Natural Dried Whole Flowers - 50G.
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Blue Lotus Health Benefits

Blue Lotus Tea is renowned not only for its historical significance but also for its numerous benefits. The flower contains several compounds that contribute to its unique effects, including:

Apomorphine: Acts as a dopamine agonist, inducing feelings of euphoria and relaxation.
Nuciferine: Provides calming effects, aiding in mental relaxation and stress relief.

Physical Benefits:
- Enhances Mood: The psychoactive compounds in Blue Lotus can uplift mood and reduce anxiety.
- Promotes Relaxation: The calming effects help in alleviating stress and tension.
- Improves Sleep: Its mild sedative properties can improve sleep quality, making it a natural aid for insomnia.

Spiritual Benefits:
- Deepens Meditation: Blue Lotus Tea is often used to enhance meditation practices, promoting deeper introspection and spiritual awareness.
- Facilitates Lucid Dreaming: Regular consumption can lead to more vivid and memorable dreams, aiding in dream work and spiritual journeys.
- Connects to Ancient Wisdom: Drinking Blue Lotus Tea can serve as a link to ancient practices, providing a sense of continuity with the spiritual traditions of the past.

How to Make Blue Lotus Tea

1-3 dried Blue Lotus flowers
1 cup of hot water
Honey or lemon (optional)

1. Boil Water.
2. Steep Flowers: Place the dried Blue Lotus flowers in a teapot or a cup and pour the hot water over them.
3. Steep Time: Let the petals steep for 3-7 minutes, depending on the desired strength.
4. Strain and Serve: Strain the tea into a cup.

Add honey or lemon to taste, if desired.
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More Blue Lotus FAQ

What Time of Day to Have Blue Lotus Tea?
Evening Use: Ideal for those who want to work with their dreams or use it as a sleep aid. The calming properties can help induce a restful night's sleep.
Anytime Use: Suitable for meditation or deep journeying at any time of the day. For calming the mind without causing drowsiness, a lower dose is recommended if consumed early in the day.

Is Blue Lotus Tea Safe?
Yes, Blue Lotus Tea is generally safe for consumption. However, it is always advisable to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new herbal regimen.

Can Blue Lotus Tea Make You High?
Blue Lotus Tea has mild psychoactive effects but is not considered a drug. It induces a state of relaxation and euphoria rather than a high.

Where Can I Buy Blue Lotus Tea?
You can purchase high-quality Blue Lotus Tea from our online store here. We are based in Melbourne and ship our Blue Lotus Tea Australia wide.

Blue Lotus Flower

Blue Lotus Tea offers a unique blend of physical, mental, and spiritual benefits, making it a cherished beverage for those seeking deeper relaxation and spiritual connection. Its rich history and cultural significance add to its allure, bridging ancient wisdom with modern wellness practices.

Whether you're looking to enhance your meditation, improve your sleep, or simply enjoy a calming cup of tea, Blue Lotus Tea is a perfect choice. Embrace the legacy of this sacred flower and let it guide you on your journey to self-discovery and enlightenment.Disclaimer: The information provided here is based on historical and cultural references and is for educational purposes only. We do not make any health or medical claims. Always consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new herbal regimen.

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