The Blue Lilly (Nymphaea caerulea) is also known as Blue water lily or Egyptian lotus. This aquatic plant grows on the banks of lakes and rivers.
The ancient Egyptians considered the lily a sacred plant.
Blue lotus has both narcotic and euphoric effects and is somewhat hallucinogenic at higher doses.
To make blue tea, take 5 grams in warm water.
For the traditional Egyptian drink, soak the plant in wine for several hours.
Use about 5 grams per bottle.
Don't use too much blue lotus flower will make the wine bitter and hard to drink.
* Energizing and Easeful