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Serian Rue

Blue Lotus

Huautla de Jimenez  Mushrooms



Huautla de Jimenez  Mushrooms

Psilocybin “magic” mushrooms with the curer María Sabina. Huautla and its people have been inextricably linked to mushrooms; the name of the town is itself an icon for the fungi and what they represent to a national and transnational audience. Huautla is mushrooms and the famous mushroom curer María Sabina; mushrooms and María Sabina are Huautla.


Syrian rue (Peganum harmala):

is a plant that is native to the western United States, Asia, Africa, and Europe. The seeds of the plant can cause hallucinations.

Syrian rue seeds contain chemicals called beta-carbolines. These chemicals cause many different effects in the body, such as stimulant effects and those that are similar to certain medicines used to treat Alzheimer disease. 

People use Syrian rue for osteoarthritis, cancer, menstrual pain, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. 


Blue Lotus Flower:


*The blue lotus high provides a mild sense of tranquillity and euphoria, along with an altered sense of awareness.  You can take the blue lotus alone and concentrate on its ability to enhance meditative and introspective practices. 

Some users also report a pleasant feeling of warmth around the head and upper body and a dream like feeling – as if the life itself were a waking dream.

The most famous of the ancient societies that revered the blue lotus was that of the ancient Egyptians.

It was basically the ‘party drug’ of Ancient Egypt. Imagine, if you will, secret temple gatherings of elite society - sharing sacred wines specially imbided with blue lotus extract. These parties, much as the rest of Egyptian society, were sexually themed. The famed aphrodisiac qualities of the blue lotus led no doubt to religiously charged orgies.

You can see evidence of this in countless murals, papyrus and temples throughout Egypt

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