Blue lotus & wine

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Blue lotus & wine

Postby gbart » Sun Dec 15, 2013 1:19 pm

Anyone else ever try blue lotus/wine? I highly recommend it.. I also use sweet red wine and let it ferment for 1-2 weeks.

http://www.erowid.org/experiences/exp.php?ID=19217

After some research My wife & I decided to try blue lotus with the idea of having a pleasant saturday night in. We decided on the lotus & wine method as shown in a UK channel 4 documentary. This coverage claimed this was the traditional way that the ancient egyptians would have taken Blue lotus. Neither of us want to smoke anyway and I have long since given up a tobacco addiction via cold turkey. I consider myself a little experienced in some of the cerebral tour guides (MDMA, cannabis, salvia and most legal highs). My wife is much more cautious, having swallowed a large dose of the modern and highly adulterated drug... 'facts' from a succession of 'war-on-drugs' pushers at early ages. However having seen the documentary with 'normal people on it' and me having sourced a supply (dried flowers & stems) in the UK she became excited though cautious by the prospects. I prepared the wine in the morning and that night we ensured that our young children were safely asleep for the night. The setting was our front room with subdued lighting and unusually no TV or music.

+1 minute
We are both wishing that we had bought a bottle of sweeter wine (we used 1 bottle of White Chardonnay) because even though our tastes are dry the flowers having being dried themselves made the wine taste bitter (though not enough to stop drinking). We agreed fresh flowers were probably better.

+ 15 minutes
The first feeling of 'something is happening' by her (she is much smaller in body mass). I was 'Is is it just the alcohol or more?'

+ 20 minutes
I get an unusual 'emotional opening up' feeling. I just wanted to talk with her 'not at her' as is my unfortunate habit.

+ 30 minutes
Something is definitely happening.. Yes it is a bit like MDMA but also not at all like it. It is much more relaxing but the social/empathic bit is more gentle, wanting to connect & talk & laugh.

+ 40 minutes
We realise we have begun eating the soaked flowers and enjoying it for how long? it seems really funny we laugh a lot.

This must be the peak I just want to stroke & touch her & talk & hear what she has to say. She feels much more sexual now unusually ahead of me. She talks about the way it makes her clitoris feel unsually stimulated it is very very swollen to the touch. It takes me aback; 'This is great for women' she says.....no wonder cleopatra looked happy! This bad joke is really funny to us.

+50 minutes
Long drawn out foreplay touching and stroking and talking and connecting more than we have for a long long time. Why have I been too busy to do this before? A little introspection.

+90 minutes
Still rising experience starting to get very aroused (it slowed me and sped her up - how good is this for couples!) Introspection gone.

+120 minutes
Slow deep horny + adventurous lovemaking. It feels like lovemaking is sex and sex is lovemaking if you know what I mean. She says it is lowering inhibitions (it is). She is talking about sex more than ever, communicating with me. This is helping me be a much more patient & ultimately rewarded lover.

+180 minutes wonderful extended post (multi) orgasmic bliss
We talk about it a lot. We talk about closing the distance that had grown between us since the birth of our children. We plan to do it again, 'oh god yes'. We wonder what it would be like as just a social thing not between a couple we agreed it would be a great for parties, a really social thing. We agree to introduce friends to it via a party punch and watch. We have fun imagining responses.
Blissful sleep.

Kids wake us up I feel fantasically relaxed she does too she runs 4 miles and says she feels great I cycle alongside with the kids feeling great. They can do nothing to bug me. Calm extends into mid week no real come down if it is it is very very gentle - like salvia, I feel I have been taught something. We agreed to experiment further with higher doses, longer soaks, etc. Have no plans to combine or adulterate it seems just fine with wine as if made for each other.

Hoping for a day when signing this will not seem as scary as it does.

Preparation:
http://www.neurosoup.com/traditional-lotus-wine-a-manual-on-preparation-and-effects/
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby jbmac » Sun Dec 15, 2013 5:05 pm

Yep, I do not use viagra, but use blue lotus in moderation to help Mr. Happy sneeeze.
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby Josarujung » Thu Jul 23, 2015 12:27 am

Contents are you coming from.
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby eithan0693 » Fri Jul 24, 2015 11:08 am

So how'd the orgy go? I mean party.. lol
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby kill_blind_elite » Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:19 pm

Blue lotus is one of my top fives, still after years I find new ways to enjoy it. Great by itself for meditation or relaxation, but very mild by itself. Good for smoking blends with the right ingredients ( makes a mellow smoke and it synergizes well with almost every sedative, nervine, anxialitic and psychedelic on the planet. Synergistic potentiator for anything that releases dopamine's, endorphins or serotonin. (Just as good with ops as it is with alcohol) and takes away the negative psychological effects of many plants. For the last few years my newest hobby has been learning how to mix things to make them better. I do this with everything from soaps with mixtures of healing plants and oils. To synergistic metaphysical recipes, to plant tonics and recipe mixes for smoking or taking a bath in. I just got done with a nymphaea 50:1and pssssst !!! Wine with damiana, made with citrus fruits, and agave nectar. Next on the list are a few things that I am keeping secret for selling online, but the first batch is going camping with us. The next thing is meditative oils in soap and loose incense mixtures along with an entheogenic tonic/concoction made specifically for meditation. I found an amazing thing that throws you straight into the highest States of meditation that people spend half of their lives trying to accomplish and it will include lotus since it helps with that state.

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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby witchammer » Tue Mar 22, 2016 5:41 pm

Nic. Been trying to slow down the noise in my head lately and meditation has been hard for me to start.
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby kill_blind_elite » Thu Sep 15, 2016 4:29 am

witchammer ... try ormus. it's not really considered a psychoactive in itself, but it brings your brain to an alpha or delta state ? anyways, it makes it super easy to get into meditative states. it also does a miriad of other good things spiritually and physically. and as of writing this, I had taken some lotus earlier brewed into a tea. lotus still blows my mind at times. I can get it from five different places and it feels like it lets me down most of the time, being so weak that I can't feel it at all and then I find that one place that has some good lotus and it throws me right into that meditative space. I am up right now at 4:26 in the a.m. cause I just couldn't sleep. I have been laying here going throw some type of lucid dream states akin to a really good state of meditation. I felt so inspired by my lucid state that I thought that I would get up and write about it.
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby teeko » Thu Sep 15, 2016 7:58 am

IM me on FB if you want to look into ormus more witchammer. I almost discussed trades but forgot its not allowed and im a damn moderator. hahahaha
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby witchammer » Sat Sep 17, 2016 2:22 am

I dont think i had ever seen the response. This might have come ar a good time as im going through some shit. PS rules are rules but they might be a little more relaxed these days
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Re: Blue lotus & wine

Postby kill_blind_elite » Thu Sep 22, 2016 3:45 pm

yea, your right. the forum has changed. I remember years ago this place was like a family. it has definately changed since then.
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