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Blue Lily Seed Tincture (30ml)

Blue Lily Seed Tincture (30ml)

Blue Lily is the Egyptian herb of relaxation - it removes social inhibition and arouses the senses. In Egypt, Blue Lily is held in high reverence and to this day, it is famed for its calming effects. Our tincture is specially made from the seeds of the Blue Lily, which makes it significantly more potent than leaf preparations.


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Blue Lily Seed Tincture: The Egyptian relaxant

Our tincture is created from the seeds of the Egyptian blue lily (Nymphaea caerulea). As its name suggests, blue lily is native to Egypt where it has held both historical and cultural significance as a naturally relaxing, sexually arousing, and mildly psychedelic plant.

Blue lily is depicted in ancient Egyptian records as a plant used in both festive/party situations as well as for spiritual ceremonies and rites of passage; these depictions are especially prevalent on the walls of the famous temple of Karnak. Blue lily is also the symbol for the Egyptian deity Nefertem.

The Blue Lily Seed Tincture is stronger than our other Nymphaea caerulea products.

Effects

The Blue Lily Seed Tincture can produce a couple of effects; the general consensus is that it relaxes the mind and arouses the senses.

It is reported to slightly alter the thought processes, easing social inhibitions and allowing for emotions to be shared more openly; as well as producing a great sense of compassion and empathy.
Due to the increased desire to connect and empathise with others, aphrodisiac effects are common.

The effects induced are also mildly psychedelic, occasionally causing patterns to be seen when you close your eyes.

Ingredients
Organically grown Blue lilly, water, 90% grain alcohol

Dosage
1 full dropper

Botanical
Blue lily is an Egyptian lily that is part of the Nymphaea genus. It was originally found growing along the river Nile, as well as in other parts of East Africa; but it has now spread to the Indian subcontinent as well as areas in Southeast Asia.
The flower tends to be of blue/purple colour with hints of yellow in its centre, and grows roughly to a size of 10-15 cm in diameter. The leaves of the lily are broad and measure around 25-40 cm across. Some literature describes the habits of the lily as rising above the surface of the water each morning, opening, and then submerging at night. This is incorrect. The lily bud will usually take 3-4 days to emerge from the water, flower in the mornings and then close by late afternoon. They do not submerge once they have risen.

Chemistry
Not much research has been done into the chemical composition of blue lily and its seeds. However, what research has been done has shown that it contains the alkaloid known as nuciferine, which is not known to be psychoactive. It is also thought that it is highly likely to contain aporphine, a non-selective dopamine agonist.

Caution
There are no known serious side effects from the use of Blue Lily Seed Tincture. It is not considered toxic; however, as there has been very little research conducted into it, it should not be used with other drugs, by those who are pregnant, breast-feeding, or have any serious pre-existing conditions. If in doubt, consult a doctor.

     


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    By S. R. on 26/Feb/2015 :

    Title : intressant
    Comment : aber mann fragt sich ob die wirkung fohm alkohol kommt oder alkohol

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    By J. S. on 25/Jun/2014 :

    Title : Kann ich nur empfehlen.
    Comment : Ich kann dieses Produkt weiter empfehlen. Es hilft mir wenn ich leicht depressive Tage habe oder mir zu viele negative Gedanken mache. Es lässt die Sorgen etwas verblassen, entspannt einen und ist auch als Einschlafhilfe gut zu gebrauchen. Es wirkt dabei besonderst gut auf leeren Magen. Ich würde es dabei mehr als natürliches Medikament als als Droge einstufen, wobei es in höheren Dosen doch schon ziemlich verträumt macht und einem ein Grinsen ins Gesicht drückt.

    By N. B. on 21/Mar/2014 :

    Title : Intéressant
    Comment : A déguster avec attention pour cerner les effets décontractants et relaxant, à expérimenter pour les amateurs de plantes psychédéliques...


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