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Botanical Name: Sceletium tortuosum and Nymphaea caerulea


Amount: 2-3 grams one bag - 15 bags per pack - 50 grams total herb per pack.


Each bag contains 0.5 grams of Kanna.


Origin: South Africa / Americas


Botanical Description and Use:


The plant has been used by South African pastoralists and hunter-gatherers as a mood-altering substance from prehistoric times.


S. tortuosum is traditionally used to fight stress and depression, relieve pain and alleviate hunger.

Passion flower (Passiflora incarnata) is a climbing vine with white and purple flowers. The chemicals in passion flower have calming effects.




S. tortuosum may elevate mood and decrease anxiety, stress and tension. Intoxicating doses can be euphoric but not hallucinogenic.


Psychoactive Effects: Blue lotus tea was used in ancient societies in the Middle East much like yerba mate is used in South America. The tea offers mild psychoactive effects that offer a feeling of euphoria. These effects are the main reason the flower was brewed into a tea for celebrations.


Sleep Aid


Blue lotus tea may be an effective sleep aid thanks to the presence of compounds including nuciferine and aporphine. These compounds offer antispasmodic effects and a calming sensation that may help to induce more peaceful sleep. The antispasmodic effects may also help to alleviate gastrointestinal problems such as dyspepsia.


Lucid Dreaming


Blue lotus tea is often used by individuals to induce or enhance lucid dreams. To achieve these lucid dreams, many people ingest the extract of the blue lily plant or add the blue flowers to hot water to brew an herbal tea. You can also find blue lotus tea bags, which are marketed as a stress reliever. The flower petals can also be found for use in vapes, or vaporizers.


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Kanna & Blue Lotus- Bags

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