Blue Lily Flower Essence
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Nymphaeae, also known as the Blue Water Lily or Blue Lotus (though it is not a lotus), has roots in Africa, in both the Northern Nile region and Southern Cape.
The purplish blue colouring of the blue water lily suggests it is supportive to the Ajna, or third eye chakra, the Vishuddha or throat chakra, and the Sahasrara, or crown chakra. The Yellow colouring of the center suggests an association with the Manipura or solar plexus chakra, and the inner sun.
Nymphaeae has now naturalisted in parts of South America, the Pacific Islands, and Eastern Australia, where it is considered a weed in freshwater ponds. Drunk traditionally in alcohol or as a fresh or dried leaf tea, it can also be smoked as a dry herb. The plant may increase sexual playfulness, energise, sedate, tonify the digestive and reproductive tracts, and mildly increase dream activity.
Flower essences are subtle yet powerful preparations which harness the vibrational quality of a plant's flowers. Like homeopathy, whereby minute dosing of a natural substance is used, flower essences capture the pure life force of a plant through pure water and prana.
Entheobotanica's flower essences focus on capturing the tone and vitality of entheogenic plants by using alive water, pure ethanol, & crystal glassware with a high refractive index to bend and capture light. All together this aims to remove interference between you and plant, allowing the water to be a clear interface for the unobstructed vegetal-human relation.
This product is prepared from home grown flora, prepared from sunlight, local Cooroy Mountain spring water, and preserved in 15% pure ethanol. Bottle size 30ml.
Suggested dosage: 7 drops morning & night for enhanced communication with the plant spirit.
Please store in a cool dark place, out of sunlight, heat & air exposure.
Please note ~ As an empowered and sovereign being, please conduct your own research before deciding whether a herb is the right plant for you right now, and ensure there will be no interactions with any medications you may be using. If you are self-medicating, and have any worsening of symptoms, please stop use of the herb and seek the advice of a qualified professional.
*Use by Jan 2024