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Lotus Flower Powder
Tamil : Thamarai - தாமரை
Malayalam : lēāṭṭas (ലോട്ടസ്)
Hindi : Kamal (कमल)
Telugu : Lōṭas (లోటస్)
Botanical : Nelumbo nucifera
Lotus plants grow in ponds in Asia anchored in the mud… rising to the top bringing forth beautiful white, pink, and blue flowers. The powerful lotus plant has been used in East and Southeast Asian traditional medicine and cuisine for centuries. The lotus has the title of India’s national flower and is a symbol of purity in Buddhist and Hindu traditions.The lotus is a bowl-shaped perennial and is often confused with water lilies. There are over 100 species of lotus. You’re probably most familiar with the white single-flower lotus, which has around two dozen petals. Other types of lotuses include the double-flowered lotus, which can have over 100 petals, as well as pink and red varieties.
Lower Cholesterol - Making a tea of lotus flowers and leaves is great for lowering cholesterol. It blocks the absorption of fats and thus helps lower cholesterol and trigs.
Diabetes – It lowers blood sugar levels thus helping those suffering from diabetes.
Fatty Liver - Tea made from the powder also helps heal fatty liver disease.
Stress - Lotus flower tea is relaxing, soothing, sedative, and helps with anxiety… and bringing about a peaceful feeling.
GI Tract - Lotus flower decoction helps with diarrhea, gas, and cramps… and soothes away inflammation.
Acid Reflux - Lotus flower tea helps with acid reflux, lowering stomach acid, and soothes away gastric ulcers.
Lower Blood Pressure - Lotus leaf tea is also a good vasodilator helping to lower blood pressure.
Fertility - Men who suffer from premature ejaculation find that lotus tea helps with their condition. And women who have heavy periods find that lotus tea reduces blood flow.
Heat - In Traditional Chinese Medicine lotus leaf tea is used for summer heat syndrome to get rid of heat rash and cool internal organs.
Skin - In Ayurvedic Medicine lotus flowers are ground into a paste and applied to the skin, moisturizes the skin, and creating youthful looking skin.
Vitamin C - Lotus flowers contain Vitamin C which is a powerful antioxidant helping to keep away diseases such as cardiovascular disease, strokes, and even cancer.
B - Vitamins - Lotus flowers also contain B - Vitamins which are important for fertility, vitality, and mood.
Iron - Lotus flowers contain iron which is important for anemia.
Phosphorus - Also lotus flowers contain phosphorus which is important for strong bones.
Heart Health - Because lotus leaves are full of antioxidants they can increase blood flow to the heart and lower blood pressure.
Anti-inflammatory - Lotus leaf tea is a great anti-inflammatory helping with redness, swelling, and pain… associated with arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.
Weight Loss - Lotus leaves help to prevent carbs and fats from being absorbed, and boosts your metabolism thus you to lose weight. And lotus leaf contains L-Carotene which boosts metabolism.
Anti-fungal and Antibacterial - Studies show that rubbing lotus leaves on infected areas can kill ringworm fungus and works well for athletes foot. And lotus leaf tea is also antibacterial in action… killing invading bacteria naturally.
Linoleic Acid - And lotus flowers contain linoleic acid which is important for preventing heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, weight loss, and boosting your immune system.
Antioxidants - Lotus flowers contain powerful antioxidants such as nuciferine, lotusine, neferin and demethyl coclaurine which help to prevent cardiovascular disease, strokes, and cancer.
1/2 spoon twice a day mix with water
There are no known side effects with this herb. Seek medical advice for its use during pregnancy.
Harvesting & Manufacturing Methodology:
All our herbs are Harvested Organically, dried, and pulverized with no chemical interactions ensuring 100% natural herbal powders.
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