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Blue Lotus Oil
Experience the allure of Blue Lotus Oil, an extraordinary and exotic oil derived from the Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile. Celebrated since ancient Egypt for its aphrodisiac qualities, this oil is renowned for its tranquilizing, calming, and euphoric effects, making it a perfect choice to ignite passion and enhance intimacy. Indulge in the captivating power of Blue Lotus Oil and elevate your sensual experiences to new heights.
Blue Lotus Oil is a powerful exotic oil extracted from the Sacred Narcotic Lily of the Nile, Pymphaea caerulea, used since ancient Egypt as an aphrodisiac. It is highly praised for its tranquilizing, calming, and euphoric effects, as well as its ability to increase sexual desire.
Ingredients: 100% Pure Blue Lotus Absolute Oil. Size: 3 ml
"Every time is like the first time" Also known as Egyptian Lotus, Blue Lotus was traditionally used in aromatherapy by many ancient cultures as a sacred aphrodisiac to promote feelings of well-being, tranquility, euphoria, sexual desire, and ecstasy. It was considered an efficacious antispasmodic that increases circulation and produces a “divine” feeling of calm. The Blue Lotus was revered in Ancient Egypt as both a sacrament and an aromatic boon, symbolizing fertility, purity, sexuality, rebirth, and the rising sun in art, cultural ceremonies, and astrology. Recent studies have found Blue Lotus to be mildly psycho-active with relaxing sedative effects that recall the fabled food of the lotus-eaters in ancient Homeric Greek myth.
"It's like walking into the sweetest warm dream, use this to experience bliss"
Ancient Indian mythology’s blue deity Krishna, the Supreme Person, is strongly associated with the Blue Lotus, having a cheerful, lotus-like countenance with ruddy eyes like the interior of a lotus and a swarthy body like the petals of a blue lotus; he holds a lotus in one of his four hands. In Buddhist teaching, the Blue Lotus, is a symbol of the victory of the spirit over the senses, and the preferred flower of Manjushri, the bodhisattva of wisdom. The life-cycle of the lotus represents the soul’s progress from the mud of materialism, through the waters of experience, and into the sunshine of enlightenment.