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Blue Lotus Cocoa Recipe

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Discover the fascinating world of cocoa and the blue lotus! In this article we will explore the history, meaning and health benefits of these two extraordinary plants. The blue lotus, also known as Nymphaea caerulea, was valued in various cultures for its psychoactive properties and was considered a symbol of renewal and spiritual enlightenment. Cocoa, also known as Theobroma cacao, has a long history of use in various cultures and is used not only in cooking but also in religious and spiritual ceremonies.

Learn more about the versatile health benefits of blue lotus and cacao and how they combine to create a unique and powerful experience. Immerse yourself in the world of cacao and blue lotus and let yourself be captivated by their fascination!

What is the Blue Lotus?

The blue lotus, also known as Nymphaea caerulea, is an aquatic plant found in various parts of the world, particularly in Egypt and other African countries. The blue lotus has a long history of use in various cultures and is often valued for its psychoactive properties. In addition, in Egyptian mythology, the blue lotus was associated with the sun god Ra and was considered a symbol of renewal and spiritual enlightenment.

Health Benefits of Blue Lotus

The blue lotus is valued not only for its psychoactive properties, but also for its potential health benefits. It contains various compounds that may have anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and calming effects. In addition, the blue lotus is often used to relieve anxiety, stress and insomnia. Additionally, it may also be helpful in relieving menstrual cramps and digestive problems.

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Blue Lotus Flower

The role of cocoa in ceremonies

Cacao, is a plant used especially for its fruit and seeds to make cocoa and chocolate. Cacao has a long history of use in various cultures and is valued both in cooking and in religious and spiritual ceremonies. In ceremonies, cacao is often considered a sacred drink and serves as a tool to promote spiritual awakening.

The health benefits of cocoa

Cocoa is not only valued for its delicious taste, but also for its potential health benefits. It contains a variety of antioxidant compounds that may have anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective properties. Cocoa may help lower blood pressure, improve circulation, and therefore reduce the risk of heart disease. Additionally, cocoa may also have positive effects on mood, support cognitive function, and help regulate cholesterol levels.

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Cocoa and Blue Lotus: A perfect combination

The combination of cacao and blue lotus can provide an experience that is both unique and powerful. Both plants have their own unique properties and complement each other very well. Not only can the blue lotus enhance the relaxing and calming effects of cacao, but it can also enhance spiritual experiences at the same time. When used together, they can create a feeling of relaxation, well-being and, moreover, spiritual connection.

Preparation of the Blue Lotus Cocoa Recipe


  • 35g ceremonial raw cocoa
    *(If you have little experience with cocoa, use less to begin with.)
  • ½ cup plant milk (I recommend oat milk)
  • ½ cup water
  • 1x Blue Lotus
  • 10-15g (2-4 tsp) coconut blossom sugar (Raw cane sugar or date sugar also work)
  • A pinch of vanilla
  • A pinch of chili
  • A pinch of salt


  1. First heat the water (125-175ml) to about 80 degrees and add the blue lotus.
  2. Let the blue lotus steep for about 5 to 10 minutes.
  3. Use the warmed blue lotus water in the next steps and mix it with the cocoa and optionally a plant milk.
  4. If you have a cocoa block, chop your portion with a large knife.
  5. Fill your cup (250 – 350ml) half with Blue Lotus water and half with plant milk. Pour the mixture into a saucepan and heat on a low heat.
  6. Add the raw cacao, sweetener and spices.
  7. Stir or froth the cocoa to dissolve the cocoa.
  8. Taste and see if you want more sugar or spices.
  9. Make sure the mixture does not boil – this would cause nutrients to be lost. 
  10. When the cocoa has dissolved it is ready to enjoy

Enjoy your homemade aphrodisiac Blue Lotus Cocoa in intimate togetherness and let yourself be seduced by its sensual taste.

Tips for a perfect result

– Use high quality cocoa and blue lotus to get the best taste and result.

– Experiment with different amounts of cocoa and blue lotus to find your personal taste.

– Use hot, but not boiling, water to preserve the flavors.

– Add spices as desired to adjust the taste.

– Take time to enjoy the drink in peace and experience the relaxing and spiritual effects.

The role of the Blue Lotus in the cocoa ceremony

The blue lotus plays an important role in the cacao ceremony, as it not only enhances the effects of the cacao, but also promotes spiritual experiences. The blue lotus opens the heart chakra and allows participants to connect more deeply with their inner wisdom and intuition. It promotes relaxation, inner peace and spiritual enlightenment. In the cacao ceremony, the blue lotus can support the process of self-knowledge and transformation and, above all, loving devotion.

Overall, the combination of cacao and blue lotus is an experience that is both fascinating and powerful. Both plants have a long history of use in various cultures and are valued not only for their flavor but also for their potential health benefits. The blue lotus can enhance the relaxing effects of cacao while promoting spiritual experiences. Together they can create a deep sense of relaxation, well-being and spiritual connection. Both the cacao blue lotus drink and the blue lotus cacao ceremony offer a special way to enjoy the unique properties of these plants and connect with a loved one. Enjoy this unique experience and let yourself be enchanted by the allure of cacao and blue lotus.

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02 February, 2024


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