Longmen Mountain Sacred Lotus Flower Pollen Powder
Botanically, the Sacred Lotus is known as Nelumbo nucifera, a name almost as beautiful as the flower itself. In Buddhist tradition, the Lotus flower represents the transformation obtained through spiritual purification and enlightenment. Offered for its deep nutrition, adaptogenic effects, and for containing the essence of the Sacred Lotus Flower, it is an important Chinese herbal medicine used for detoxification. The entire Lotus Flower plant has served as an important source of food source and traditional medicine for centuries within Asia and the Middle East. The Sacred Lotus Flower holds a wealth of mystique, and has long been revered as a symbol of enlightenment and purity. This is due partly because of the physical nature of how the plant grows: It is rooted in the mud, growing through the water, to blossom on the surface, which is a metaphor for personal spiritual growth.
This is an ideal concentrated form of the Sacred Lotus Flower, perfect for those looking for a true relaxation, lucid dreaming and spiritual enhancement.
Longmen Mountain Sacred Lotus Flower Pollen May Support
- Anti-inflammatory Activity;
- Anticancer Activity;
- Antiobesity Activity;
- Antipyretic Activity;
- Antiviral Activity;
- Diabetes and Complications;
- Hepatoprotective Activity;
- Pulmonary Fibrosis;
- Restenosis and Atherosclerosis;
- Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction.*
Sacred Lotus Flower Pollen Key Benefits
Over 243 different, natural compounds have been identified throughout the Lotus Flower plant, including the chemical groups: alkaloids, flavonoids, glycosides, terpenoids, steroids, fatty acids, proteins, minerals, and vitamins. Within these are Neferine, Liensinine, Isoliensinine, and Nuciferine.
Within Chinese herbal medicine, parts of the plant have been used for detoxification and as an anti-inflammatory. Interestingly, research has shown parts of the Sacred Lotus plant to exert important antidepressant and anti-anxiety activity. The data demonstrated that the alkaloids from Lotus Leaf exert sedative-hypnotic and anxiolytic effects via binding to the GABA receptor and activates the monoaminergic system.
Interestingly, it's noted that in some parts of Asia, Lotus has been used as a, “traditional medicine for various CNS disorders including stress, fever, depression, insomnia, and cognitive conditions.” The same study notes that compounds present in the plant have actions upon the endocannabinoid (CB1 and CB2 receptors) and opiate (receptors delta (δ), kappa (ĸ), and mu (µ)) systems in the body.
Longmen Mountain Sacred Lotus Flower Pollen
Serving size is 2 grams (approximately 1/2 teaspoon), taken twice daily or as directed, preferably on an empty stomach. Once in the morning and once in the evening.
Our favorite way to consume this product is with several ounces of water, taken on an empty stomach.
A cool, dry place, away from sunlight and moisture.
Herb cycling schedules can be beneficial when healing. If you prefer to rotate your pro-androgenic and tonic herbs, we suggest a schedule of five days on, and two days off, or four weeks on and one week off.
Before starting any new medicinal herbs or nutritional supplements (from our company or otherwise), customers should consult with their qualified healthcare practitioner. This not because we question the safety of our products, but because we believe in the strength of our products and that plants have a medicinal, therapeutic potential.
This product is not for use by those under the age of 18, who are pregnant or nursing, or who are allergic or adverse to any of the ingredients contained within.
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