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Thread: Lotus Petal Extract

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    I find that 1 gram or more of the lotus extract is nice, especially when
    combined with other aromas. For me it's primarily a modifier. When
    employed solo I guess that 2g is a good starting place.

    The second one works very well for me if I powder up a gram of it with
    some kratom leaf incense, maybe half or so of what I'd normally burn.
    The 7% extract is similar in strength, but has a more lively aroma,
    where the resin is more relaxing. The resin really needs to be powdered,
    by the way, it doesn't work so well if used whole.


    I think I will put one gram in with a glass of leftover wine I have.
    Will report my findings.
    I have just boshed some krat (not that mentioned above) but 1g DET mixed with 6g SGI.
    I plan to have the lotus and wine later.

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    A few years ago I obtained 1oz of lotus petal stamens (apparently the most alkaloid-rich part of the flower). Macerated them in a bottle of cheap red wine for about a week. Filtered, and consumed, sharing the bottle with three friends. I would simply describe the effects as a combination of sedative and anti-anxiety. Nothing spectacular, but a noteworthly plant ally indeed. Never really got into these though due to their cost.
    All things in moderation...

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    I put some in some wine and left it a day.
    The wine feels like wine, without that depressing alcohol edge.
    With me, normally booze goes from happy to downright depressed.

    I reckon it would have been even better if I had given it a few days, as I just gave it 24hrs.

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    absolutely true

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    excellent as well

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