"Nymphaea or Blue Lotus was used by both Egyptian and Mayan cultures for purifying ritual performances. It has been employed as a hallucinogen in both the Old and the New World. Blue Lotus flowers are portrayed in the frescoes within the tombs, and in very early papyrus scrolls. The most important of these was the scroll of Ani (Book of the Dead). Nymphaea is mentioned and represented in several chapters of the book, always tied to magical-religious rites." Elisabetta Bertol et al.

Ancient Egyptian Blue Lotus is known as the Nymphaea, one of the top recognisable aquatic plants. Different communities have used the rhizome and flowers for various ailments, including inflammation of numerous organs such as the bladder, kidneys, uterus, intestine and fevers and insomnia


Could be smoked or prepared as a tea.

For the best effect add 3g-5g of Blue Lotus in a pot and simmer for 10 minutes.

Alternatively, use strainer with boiled water and wait for 5-10 minutes.


We also recommend to put some:

  • Lemon
  • Ginger
  • Mint
  • Honey

Botanical Name: Nymphaea caerulea

Other Names: Blue lotus, Blue water lily, Sacred blue lily, Water lily, Egyptian lotus

Organic Status: Australian Certified Organic before repackaging

Country of Origin: Egypt

Type: Dry flower

Package: Reusable eco paper bag

There are no negative side effects.