From Wikipedia: Nymphaea caerulea, known primarily as blue lotus (or blue Egyptian lotus), but also blue water lily (or blue Egyptian water lily), and sacred blue lily, is a water lily in the genus Nymphaea. Like other species in the genus, the plant contains the psychoactive alkaloid aporphine (not to be confused with apomorphine). It was known to the Ancient Egyptian civilizations.

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Blue Lotus is also a great mix for the Wine Connoisseur who is looking for a more mindful experience that will enhance tactile sensations, euphoria, social skills, and vivid dreaming. It’s also known in some circles as an aphrodisiac. Here are some additional Blue Lotus historical notes; effects and mixing ideas. Warning: Contains Adult Content!