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LOTUS BLUE (BLUE WATER LILY) ABSOLUTE OIL


LOTUS BLUE (BLUE WATER LILY) ABSOLUTE OIL

Nymphaea caerulea

REFERENCES

CAS Number: 91723-04-5

FEMA Number: -

EINECS Number: 294-508-1

Product code: PAO2021

PART USED Flowers

SYNONYMS Nymphaea caerulea Sav.

COMMON NAMES Blue Water Lily, Blue Egyptian Water Lily, Sacred Blue Lily, Blue Egyptian Lotus

EXTRACTION METHOD Organic Extraction (Hexane Free)

ORIGIN India

NOTE CLASSIFICATION Middle Note

Our organically crafted Blue Lotus Absolute, also known as Blue Water Lily Absolute is extracted from the majestic mauve-colored flowers of the Nymphaea caerulea, native to Egypt and Indian subcontinent. Considered as one of the most rare and precious extracts, Blue Lotus Absolute (also sometimes referred to as the Blue Lotus Essential Oil) is an intoxicatingly alluring floral masterpiece and a mesmerising anointing elixir for meditation.


Blue Lotus, also known as Egyptian Blue Water Lily has many blissful benefits widely celebrated throughout Egyptian culture, art, and ceremonies. Its use was so commonplace and widespread that some historians refer to Blue Lotus as the cannabis of ancient Egypt. Blue Lotus is also associated with Lord Krishna in Indian Hindu mythology.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

Known as the most hypnotic of the lotuses, Blue Water Lily continues to be a treasured ethereal spirit tonic to this day. Blue Lotus Absolute Oil is a wonderful meditation aid, opening Chakras (specifically the Third Eye) and dispelling negative emotions and thoughts, aiding one on their spiritual path. As an authentic aphrodisiac, Blue Lotus is euphorically relaxing and used widely for promotion of sexual desire, ecstasy, and euphoria.

The Blue Lotus Absolute is also widely used in perfumes, bath oils, shower gels, anointing blends, potpourri, facial steam treatments and hair treatments or masks, incense, room fresheners, scented candles and other aromatic products. When used during massage, the active alkaloids in this glorious absolute absorb through the skin, meaning that both the giver and the receiver of massage will experience psychoactive effects.

Documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

Certificate of Analysis (COA)