Sustainably harvested master plant remediations , pastes, and synergy microdoses brought to you from the rainforests of the Amazon.
Blue Lotus 15:1 Infusion 1oz
This herb can be deeply relaxing for the body and the mind. Its soothing qualities make it great for meditation and visualization practices. The lotus is revered in many cultures as being a sacred and holy flower. From the murky dark mud, it rises up bestowing magnificent blossoms. It shows us our experience in human evolution, as it blooms, so can we. It’s a metaphor for our reunion with oneness.
What is Blue Lotus good for?
• Keen Intuition
⦁Shamanic or Meditation Practices
Good as a third eye cultivator, meditation aid, yogic practices, creativity, deep relaxation and much more!
Suggested Use: Take 10-20 drops, 3 times daily by mouth, in water or your favorite beverage.Cautions: Do not use if you are trying to conceive, are pregnant/lactating, have a medical condition or taking any medications. Consult with your doctor before using. Keep out of the reach of children.
Ingredients: Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), water
At Casa del Colibri, we believe in the intelligence of plants and the part their gifts play in our health and well being. Committed to being ethical and respectful stewards of the jungle and it's tribal communities, we hold the highest of sustainability standards while producing exceptional quality rainforest botanicals and offering hand made indiginous goods and ceremonial supplies. We hold dear these medicinal herbs, saving seed for future plantings and protecting them for future generations.
I am not a medical professional. Statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult your healthcare provider if you have any concerns, particularly if you have any serious medical conditions, are pregnant, breastfeeding, or taking prescriptions.
Before consuming any plant remediation, it is important that YOU CONDUCT EXTENSIVE RESEARCH. For health and safety reasons one should look into the plant's legal status, diet restrictions, side effects, precautions, and any other concerns along with heavily vetting the supplier.