Blue Lotus Flowers (crushed)
Some evidence indicates the clinical effects of plants including N. caerulea that contain the psychoactive alkaloid apomorphine were known to both the Mayans and the Ancient Egyptians.
The mildly sedating effects of blue lotus makes it a likely candidate for the plant eaten by the mythical lotus-eaters in Homer’s Odyssey.
This lotus has been used to produce perfumes since ancient times; it is also used in aromatherapy.
*This is the same product as our intact Blue Lotus flowers, but at a slightly lowered price*