The blue lotus or blue water lily was used in ancient Egypt as a key to good health, sex and rebirth. It puts the good in "feel good."
Monday, July 6, 2015
Secrets from the Nile
When archaeologists opened the tomb of King Tut in 1922, they found him covered in remnants of a precious flower- the sacred blue lily.
Some believe it was to promote spiritual ecstasy.
Of that, we can't be sure.
But what we do know is this special lily was coveted in ancient Egypt as a cure all and a way to create well-being, euphoria, and ecstasy.
The benefits this flower can offer you are astonishing. It contains something called quercetin, a known performance enhancer, and beta-sitosterol, which stimulates our natural desire for sex.
It also increases blood flow - a crucial piece to feeling sensual and alive... which I'll tell you more about in a moment.
But what's even more remarkable is, combined with the right ingredients, the sacred blue lily does more than stimulate a desire for sex... it enhances the most powerful force in your body.
The same force that makes women feel powerful, energized, and full of life.