Blue lotus Truffle ceremony
Blue lotus is a plant that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and spiritual practice. When taken in conjunction with truffles, blue lotus can help create a relaxed and dreamy state that allows for a more profound spiritual experience.
Blue lotus contains a compound called aporphine, which has been shown to have sedative properties. This compound can help calm the mind, reduce anxiety, and promote feelings of relaxation. When combined with the psychoactive effects of truffles, blue lotus can help create a gentle and introspective state that allows for deep spiritual exploration.
Additionally, blue lotus has been known to enhance lucid dreaming, which can be beneficial for those who wish to explore their subconscious during a truffle ceremony. The dreamy state induced by blue lotus can encourage visionary experiences and heightened sensory perception, allowing participants to delve deeper into their spiritual journey.
Blue lotus and it's origin
The history of blue lotus dates back to the ancient civilization of Egypt around 4,000 years ago. The blue lotus was treasured by the people of this region, not only for its aesthetic beauty but also for its profound cultural significance. The Egyptians treated this plant as a sacred sacrament with properties that were both spiritual and medicinal. It was widely known for its ability to induce a state of calm and relaxation, making it a commonly used substance during religious ceremonies. The blue lotus was so integral to Egyptian culture that it was often depicted in their art and served as a symbol of renewal and rebirth. It is fascinating to observe how the ancient Egyptian people valued the benefits of this plant, both spiritually and in terms of its effect on mental health. To celebrate this, the Egyptians already used the blue lotus during their own blue lotus ceremonies.
The active ingredients of Blue Lotus
Blue lotus flowers are known for containing active ingredients, some of the most notable of which are psychoactive compounds and flavonoids. These potent molecules work in a variety of ways to provide an array of potential health benefits and therapeutic uses.We’ve compiled a list of the most noteworthy.
Blue Lotus contains various flavonoids, including kaempferol and quercetin. Flavonoids are known for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and may contribute to the plant’s medicinal effects.
Nupharine has been identified as a bioactive compound with antimicrobial properties and has the ability to inhibit the growth or kill microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, or viruses.
Nuciferine is one of the primary active compounds found in Blue Lotus. It is known for its psychoactive effects and has been reported to have sedative and antispasmodic properties.
Blue Lotus contains several aporphine alkaloids, including apomorphine and nornuciferine. These compounds are known for their potential dopamine receptor agonist activity, which may contribute to their psychoactive effects.
Dopamine and Blue Lotus
Aporphine alkaloids, that are present in the blue lotus flower, are a class of compounds that can interact with various neurotransmitter systems in the brain, including dopamine receptors. These alkaloids can act as agonists, meaning they bind to and activate specific receptors in the brain. The interaction with dopamine receptors may influence the release and regulation of dopamine, a neurotransmitter involved in mood, perception, and cognition. This modulation of the dopamine system could potentially lead to alterations in sensory perception, including hallucinations. The psychoactive effects of Blue Lotus are generally mild and relaxing, rather than inducing strong hallucinations. However, in combination with magic truffles, it can synergistically enhance their effects.
Contraindications Blue Lotus
Despite the potential benefits of blue lotus during a blue lotus truffle ceremony, there are certain groups who should avoid using blue lotus or any related products containing its extracts. The main contraindications for blue lotus include:
1. Pregnancy and breastfeeding – As little is known about the effects of blue lotus on infants and fetuses, it is best to avoid using it during this time.
2. Allergies – People who are allergic to blue lotus or any of its families (Nymphaeaceae) should not use it.
3. Psychoactive medication – The sedative properties of blue lotus can interact with some prescribed or over-the-counter medication for mental illness. Since blue lotus also interacts with dopamine, all dopaminergic medication is a contraindication.
4. Liver and kidney disease – Blue lotus is known to interact adversely with some medications that treat these diseases.
Magic truffle ceremony explained
During our magic truffle ceremonies, we will do our best to enhance the effects of psilocybin magic truffles by adding other plants, such as passionflower, blue lotus, and cacao. The structure of the truffle ceremony, including the timing of these natural additions, can be found below. It is important to know that not everyone can make use of psilocybin truffles and/or the additions we provide, and it is crucial to check for safety. Before booking a truffle ceremony, an online intake form should be completed. We will check it for contraindications and use it as a base for your personal preparation for the truffle ceremony.
From intake to Truffle ceremony
We’ll check your intake for contraindications. Once we’re done we’ll let you know are findings and when it’s safe to participate we’ll let you know how to book.
Once we gave you a green light for making a booking you can use the links we provided in the email or you can make a reservation here for the location in Schiedam.
After making a reservation we’ll give you a payment link to make a down-payment. After making the down-payment the reservation has been made for you. When we don’t receive the down-payment we’ll open the spot again for someone else. We do this to prevent fake bookings an no shows.
Based on your intake information you provided we’ll make a lifestyle advice and some information that might help you with achieving your goals. Furthermore we’ll give advice to imrove your neurochemistry for a better mood and psychedelic journey.
We’ll give every ceremony a grouptheme which can help with your own intentions or to connect with the group. It’s a shared preparation that can also act as a kickstarter for a conversation with the other participants.
This is the day of the magical truffle ceremony. The day itself starts with your arrival, optional additions, the truffle ceremony, sharing circle, dinner, overnight stay (optional), and breakfast. For more information regarding the timing of this day, please refer to the details below.
After attending a truffle ceremony, some people want to share their stories while others prefer to keep it private. For those who wish to share, we conduct a round of sharing the story of the truffle ceremony.
Days or weeks after a truffle ceremony, the need for an integration talk can arise. You can chat with us on WhatsApp or give us a call in case you need more attention.
On the day of the Truffle ceremony
The magical truffle ceremony is an experience like no other. It’s a journey through different phases that can take you to new heights of consciousness and spiritual awakening. As such, it’s important to understand the timing of the day to fully appreciate and participate in this unique experience. After arrival, we take some time to adjust, and we commence the ceremony according to the schedule below.
Approximately 15 minutes before the official start time, we’ll open the doors, and we expect everybody to walk in no later than 30 minutes after the starting time.
The first drink that we offer is the warm cacao drink. It’s optional, but it can enhance your truffle ceremony. For more information, visit our website: Cacao Truffle Ceremony.
We’ll take some time to listen to the plants and think about our intentions for the magic truffle ceremony.
For the participants who want to share their goals and intentions, we will conduct a round of sharing. Sometimes, the group’s theme can also be used to explain what we want to achieve.
During the beginning of the magic truffle phase of the ceremony, we will tell you what to expect, how to handle the effects, and what to do during the ceremony. After 15 minutes, the first effects can arise, and the experience can still be shared with others during this time.
After 45 minutes from the first dose of magic truffles, we will offer a second round as a booster. After the second round, we will let the truffles do their magic and go for the inner journey. Speaking is prohibited unless it is necessary to feel safe. During the unspoken phase, the music will serve as a guide during this 3-5 hour introspection.
During the “coming down,” the need to move, talk, or eat may return. In case you are hungry, we can offer you some food while others gradually regain normal consciousness.
After the effects of the psilocybin truffles wear off, we’ll make a healthy dinner with naturel foods that help you recover the used minerals and energy.
After dinner, those who want to share their journey and findings can participate in our sharing circle. We only ask that you share what you want, so it’s okay to keep it private or take more time to process.
After the sharing circle, we’ll end the ceremony. Those who want to go home are free to do so. Please be aware that driving is usually only possible the next day. In case you want or need to stay over, it’s possible to do so.
During the morning after the ceremony, we will have breakfast ready for you. For those who want to have a conversation, we will be available for you during this morning. For the ones who decided to leave early, we can arrange a phone call a few days later.