LOTUS LOVE (Blue & White Lotus blend)
50% Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea)
A native flower to the edges of the Nile. The Blue Lotus has symbolized spiritual enlightenment for thousands of years. One of its most popular uses was that of an aphrodisiac, something which it is still known for today when purchased in the adequate form and amount. The petals can be submerged in wine for a few hours, which creates an exotic tasting liquid that helps relieve stress. The flowers can also be placed in hot water to make tea, which helps with blood circulation and improves one’s concentration. The Blue Lotus is not an addictive plant and can be used freely because it has very mild effects on the body.
50% White Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
This is one of the most often used medicinal plants on the planet, and it is also known as just the Lotus. It is an aquatic plant that grows just as well in both the wild and on private plantations of the Lotus. It has many healing properties which are especially evident when the flowers of the plant are eaten raw. Its roots can be either boiled or deep-fried, and they are especially popular as a daily snack in Asia. Tea can be made at home by placing the flower or leaves of the Lotus in hot water. It is a popular detox agent and can also enhance sexual vigor.
Every Extract capsule contains 375mg herbal extract and 125mg Blue Lotus flower. All our herb capsules are filled with herb powders, which are usually made from the entire herb, plant or seed meat by the method of dehydration and pulverization of the product.
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