Egyptian Water Lily (Nymphaea caerulea) Liquid Extract
Egyptian Lily (Nymphaea caerulea) Liquid Extract
This liquid herbal extract made from the dried flowers of the Water Lily (Nymphaea Caerulea) from Thailand.
The depictions of the floral symbol of Upper Egypt is actually known as a Nymphaea caerulea which is actually known today to be a Sacred Blue Lily of the Nile. This flower, along with the papyrus flower, was shown throughout Egypt in tombs and temples to symbolize the union of Upper and Lower Egypt, but the blue water lily had a much deeper significance to the Egyptian people.
The blue water lily was possibly also a symbol of sexuality. Dr. Liz Williamson says that the flower "has a sort of Viagra effect" when mixed with wine, especially in women, but like Damiana (Turnera diffusa), it reportedly works well for both sexes. In fact, in certain erotic scenes from the Turin papyrus, women are shown wearing very little apart from the white lily as a headdress, which signified sexual virility and prowess.
The Syrian love goddess who the Egyptians married off to Min, was depicted as a naked woman who stood on the back of a lion, carrying snakes and water lily buds. The buds are likely linked with her role as a goddess of sexuality and fertility. Votive offerings to Hathor included bowls with water lily motifs, again alluding to fertility, the renewal of life and rebirth. (A water bowl was also the hieroglyph for a woman, which A.H. Gardiner in Egyptian Grammar believes to represent the vagina, linking the fertility sign of the water lily in the bowl to female fertility in this case.)
The Egyptian idea of sexuality was identified with creation. Being a flower of creation, the flower became linked to human fertility and sexuality. The images of women holding the flower may be hinting at her ability to bear children or that she was sexually desirable, and images of men holding the flower may hint at his potency. It could also be a way to ensure that the person painted would be fertile - and sexy - in the afterlife.
Blue Lotus (Nymphae caerulea) flower has for thousand of years symbolized spiritual enlightenment. Indeed, this flower essence's purpose is to accelerate spiritual evolvement and enhance healing on every level within the system.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) was native to the Nile and used to be abundant.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) represented in ancient Egyptian art. The Blue Lotus was found scattered over Tutankhamen's body when the Pharaoh's tomb was opened in 1922. Many historians thought it was a purly symbolie flower, but there maybe some reason to believe that Egyptians used it to reduce an ecstatic state, stimulation and hallucinations, as well as being widely used as a general remedy against illness.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) provides a relaxing, euphoric sensation, help relieve muscle spasms. It may act as an aphrodisiac. Egyptian Blue Lotus is a sedative. It was used in ancient Egypt as a key to good health, sex and rebirth. The perfume of this flower was not only pleasing to the Egyptians, but they saw it as healing as well, some people today believe that the Egyptian used this flower as a narcotic both for its healing qualities and as a recreation drug when soaked in wine, though this is a hotly debated topic. The Blue Lotus was sacred to the ancient Egyptians, ornamental and sweet smelling.
The Blue Lotus contains Aporphine, apomorphine, which is dopamine agonist, nuciferine which is an antispasmodic. The Blue Lotus flower was considered to be a magical, sacred flower and it appears as a common motif in numerous ancient Egyptian paintings.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea) was also know in Egypt as a symbol of the universe, fertility and sexuality. It was also depicted in many painting as a sacred aphrodisiac, which suggests it may have been used in this way.
Blue Lotus liquid extract Important Information
Ingredients: Dried flowers of the Blue Lotus (Nymphaea Caerulea) from Thailand. Super concentrated: dry material / menstruum ratio 1:3.
Other ingredients: vegetable glycerine, organic alcohol, crystal clear water.
Contains NO sugar, yeast, mold, corn, salt, wheat, soy, artificial color, dairy foods, preservatives or synthetic pesticides or fertilizers.
Safety Information: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing or taking any medications, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Excessive consumption may impair ability to drive a motor vehicle or operate heavy equipment.
Indications: Do not use if seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool dry place.
Suggested use: Shake well before use. 20-30 drops, three times a day or as directed by your practitioner. The best way to use liquid herbal tinctures is to put the suggested amount in a glass of water, tea, or juice and drink the entire contents. Tinctures can also be administered directly into the mouth without the assistance of water however some tinctures are unpalatable which is why most people prefer to dilute them into a beverage.
*These statements have not been evaluted by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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