The Blue Lotus Flower has been used in cultural ceremonies in Egypt and Asia for more than 2000 years. It is commonly used in homeopathic medicines as the flower has an incredibly strong impact compared to most other flowers used in teas, making it popular in herbal remedies.
The blue lotus flower contains a large number of antioxidants that are fantastic for the skin and well known for its anti-aging benefits as it naturally contains flavonoids, quercetin, kaempferol, and myricetin which are well renowned for protecting from illness and diseases. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants, great for keeping your body healthy as you age as these antioxidants help seek out and destroy free radicals and toxins in your body and is well documented for assisting in preventing heart disease and slowing the spread of some types of cancer.
Indulging in blue lotus is known for giving a sense of deep happiness and being more content and assisting in counteracting feelings of anxiety and overthinking. This is thanks to the compounds that may trigger dopamine production.
This herbal tea is known to assist people in feeling very calm and content, so although you may feel euphoric, it may also assist in a deep sensation of relaxation which is why it is so popular in the evening and before bed.
It’s also a natural and powerful aphrodisiac.
How much blue lotus tea per day?
According to experts, it is recommended to drink no more than 2-3 cups of blue lotus tea per day.
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Blue Lotus should not be consumed if the person takes anti-diabetes medication such as insulin or else the blood sugar levels may go down to a dangerous level.
It should not be taken during pregnancy or if you have certain allergies. If you are on other medications, then it should be consumed only after a consultation with your medical professional.