Blue Lily Petals (Nymphaea Calerulea) are famously found in ancient Egyptian culture, but is also found in Mayan Art in South America.
Thought to have originated on the banks of the Nile River it spread to the Indian subcontinent and Thailand.
The Blue Lily was revered by the Ancient Egyptians, Nubians and Abyssinians.
Blue Lily petals have traditionally been used to relieve pain, improve body circulation, and even increase memory.
In Egypt the Blue Lily flower was symbolic of fertility and also rebirth into the afterlife. When Tutankhamen's tomb was discovered in 1922 Blue Lily petals were found to be scattered over his body.
Blue Lily is often confused with Blue Lotus (Nelumbo Nucifera) although they do share certain active ingredients; Nuciferine and Aporphine they are from different families. The confusion can be seen in literature, in Homers Odyssey the first stop the crew makes is when they encounter "The Lotus Easters", it is certain that this refers to the Blue Lily and not the Blue Lotus. The mistake is repeated in Lord Tennysons' poem of the same name.
Blue Lily petals can be smoked but by far the most popular way to ingest is to make tea by boiling 5grammes in 20-25oz of water for around 20 minutes, or by placing the petals in wine for up to 3 weeks. The effects are said to be euphoric, it was taken by ancient Egyptian Royalty!
Mayan art depicts the Blue Lily alongside a toad (Bofo Marinus) which is known to secrete highly hallucinogenic chemicals, which some believe relates to the psychoactive qualities of the Blue Lily.
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