Common Names: Sacred Lotus, Sacred Pink Lotus, Indian Lotus
Botanical Name: (Nelumbo nucifera)
Description: The sacred Pink Lotus has a similar effects to the sacred Blue Lotus. Pink Lotus is often steeped in wine or tea. Some believe that the lotus came to India from Egypt. When smoked or made in to tea. the effects seem primarily cerebral, but are quite noticeable and very enjoyable. Pink Lotus is non-addictive, non-toxin, and said to be relatively safe for long-term use with no known negative side effects.
Usage: The dried flowers can be vaped (or smoked) by themselves or blended with other herbs to add flavor and a mild euphoric effect to your favorite mix. There is some indication that the effects of Pink Lotus may be enhanced if soaked in wine or other alcohol. Can also be prepared as a tea.
Vaporizer Temperature: 100°C to 125°C (212°F to 257°F)
Active Constituents: Lotusine, demethyl coclaurine, neferin and nuciferine.
Warning: Consult your doctor before using this herbal remedy.
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