About White Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)
Welcome to the enchanting world of White Lotus! Our Organic White Lotus is a truly exquisite and rare gem that will captivate your senses and transport you to a realm of tranquility and beauty.
White Lotus, also known as Nelumbo nucifera, is a sacred flower revered for its purity and spiritual significance in many cultures. Our White Lotus tea showcases the delicate and pristine petals of this extraordinary flower, carefully handpicked and expertly processed to preserve its natural essence.
The fragrance of White Lotus is ethereal and captivating, with subtle floral notes that evoke a sense of serenity and calmness. Its elegant appearance, with its pristine white petals and graceful shape, adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any space.
Benefits of White Lotus
In addition to its aesthetic appeal, White Lotus is also believed to possess various therapeutic properties. It is often associated with promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and enhancing overall well-being. However, it’s important to note that individual experiences may vary, and it’s always best to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice.
Nutritional Profile Of White Lotus
The rhizome of the white lotus contains 1.1% ash, 9.7% carbohydrates, 0.1% fats, and 1.7% proteins. Rhizome offers a beet-like taste and is also used in various Chinese dishes. Its seeds contain 1% sodium, 0.0042% chromium, 28.5% potassium, 22.1% calcium, 9.2% magnesium, 0.0463% copper, 0.084% zinc, 0.356% manganese, and 0.199% iron. Its seeds also contain 10.5% moisture content, 70% carbohydrates, 4.9% ash, and a good portion of energy, proteins, crude fibers, and crude fats.
Constituents Of White Lotus
Rhizomes, flowers, leaves, and seeds of a white lotus contain pharmacologically active compounds and chemical constituents including minerals, polyphenols, glycosides, flavonoids, triterpenoids, steroids, and alkaloids. Moreover, its seeds are rich sources of amino acids, tannins, starch, minerals, and unsaturated fatty acids. While many alkaloids in the seeds are secondary metabolites regular use offers significant health improvement and regulating properties.
Ancient Chinese And Ayurvedic Evidence Of Using White Lotus
Ancient Ayurvedic and Chinese texts have shown the effective use of white lotus to treat heart conditions, blood circulation, intestinal cramping, ulcers, and stomachaches. Its leaves and seeds also have beneficial effects and offer calming and hypnotic relief. Its seeds have alkaloid constituents and help to relax muscles and nerves. The regular use of white lotus in the optimal amount helps to improve sleep by reducing depression, nervousness, and restlessness. Even roots of white lotus are helpful in treating various infections such as diarrhea and intestinal infections. Moreover, the use of roots has also been reported for the treatment of bleeding issues.
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