Lotus bleue extrait 20x / 1g

Lotus bleue extrait 20x / 1g

La légende dit que Nefertem, le dieu nénuphar, offrit des fleurs de lotus bleu au Dieu Râ afin de soulager ses douleurs dues à son grand âge.

 

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Le Nymphaea caerulea, plus connue sous le nom de Lotus bleu, est une plante sacrée de l'Egypte Antique.

 

La légende dit que Nefertem, le dieu nénuphar, offrit des fleurs de lotus bleu au Dieu Râ afin de soulager ses douleurs dues à son grand âge.

 

L'usage du Vin de Lotus était une boisson répandue chez les prêtres et les notables égyptiens de l'Antiquité.

Les fleurs de lotus étaient alors mises à macérer dans un vin fort en alcool et parfois aromatisées avec d'autres épices.

 

Des traces archéologiques et des gravures prouvent que cette pratique était appréciée à la fois pour ses effets narcotiques et stimulants sexuel.

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