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A Lucinor special offer for the Lunar New Year of the Wood Dragon 🀄️🐉🐲. The next batch will be ready by Feb 19th.

Back by popular demand, BLUE HONEY 🔵🍯🐝🪷🍄with psilocybin, blue lotus flower and blue pea flower. Blue honey is a blend of honey and dried magic mushrooms. Honey, acting as a natural preservative and sweetener, serves as an ideal medium for storing psychedelic mushrooms. When you grind up dried magic mushrooms and store them in honey, the active ingredients gradually diffuse into the honey due to its solvent-like properties. This process is similar to creating a tincture or oil, with honey acting as the solvent. Over time, the psilocybin in the mushrooms may cause the honey to take on a slight blue hue, especially around the edges or top where it's exposed to oxygen, mirroring the blueish bruising effect that occurs in the mushrooms themselves when damaged. Dosage of magic mushroom will be 30g (just over an ounce) per 400ml of honey. I’ll be using Trinity strain which is a medium to strong tri-hybrid of Aztec god, albino penis envy and tidal wave. I will grind the mushroom into fine powder for the extract and then you can choose to have it strained or not. The fruiting body of the mushroom has additional molecules in it that aren’t necessarily extracted into the honey:
•    Baeocystin: This compound is structurally related to psilocybin and psilocin. While it is present in smaller amounts than psilocybin, baeocystin may contribute to the overall psychedelic effects.
•    Norbaeocystin: Similar to baeocystin, norbaeocystin is another compound found in magic mushrooms. It is a derivative of psilocybin and is also considered to have psychedelic properties.
•    Proteins: Mushrooms, like all living organisms, contain proteins. Proteins are essential for various physiological functions in the body.
•    Carbohydrates: The fruiting body of mushrooms contains carbohydrates, which serve as an energy source. Chitin, a type of carbohydrate, is a major component of the fungal cell wall.
•    Fats: Mushrooms contain small amounts of fats, including essential fatty acids.
•    Fiber: The cell walls of mushrooms contain dietary fiber, which can have various health benefits, including aiding digestion.
•    Vitamins: Mushrooms are a source of several vitamins, including B-vitamins such as riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), and biotin (B7).
•    Minerals: Magic mushrooms contain minerals like potassium, phosphorus, copper, selenium, and others.

Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), native to Egypt, and Blue Pea Flower (Clitoria ternatea) are two plants that have been traditionally used since ancient times for various purposes from Egypt to Japan. In Egypt, blue lotus was reserved for the pharaohs and priests, for divination, visions and dream walking (Lucid dreamin) and there are Chinese Medicine text that reference blue lotus going back two thousand years.
Blue Lotus (Nymphaea caerulea):
1.    Nuciferine: This alkaloid is found in various parts of the Blue Lotus plant and is often associated with its psychoactive properties. Nuciferine has been studied for its potential effects on the central nervous system.
2.    Aporphine: Another alkaloid present in Blue Lotus, aporphine has been suggested to have psychoactive and sedative properties. It may interact with neurotransmitter systems in the brain.
3.    Nupharin A and nupharin B: These are additional alkaloids found in Blue Lotus that may contribute to its overall effects.
•    Relaxation and Stress Reduction: Blue Lotus is often reported to have mild sedative and anxiolytic (anxiety-reducing) effects, potentially promoting relaxation.
•    Mood Enhancement: Some users claim mood-enhancing effects, suggesting that Blue Lotus may have mild antidepressant properties.
•    Aphrodisiac 🍆😮Properties: In traditional medicine, Blue Lotus has been used as an aphrodisiac, believed to enhance libido and sexual experiences.

Blue Pea Flower (Clitoria ternatea):
1.    Flavonoids: Blue pea flower is rich in flavonoids, which are a class of polyphenolic compounds known for their antioxidant properties. The major flavonoids in blue pea flower include quercetin, kaempferol, myricetin, and delphinidin.
2.    Alkaloids: Blue pea flower contains alkaloids, with vouching for its potential medicinal properties. However, the specific alkaloids and their concentrations may vary.
3.    Triterpenoids: Some studies have reported the presence of triterpenoids in blue pea flower. Triterpenoids are a class of compounds with diverse biological activities.
4.    Anthocyanins: The blue color of the flower is attributed to anthocyanins, water-soluble pigments that belong to the flavonoid group. Delphinidin is the primary anthocyanin responsible for the blue hue.
5.    Coumarins: Blue pea flower may also contain coumarins, which are compounds known for their potential biological activities.
•    Antioxidant Properties: Blue Pea Flower contains antioxidants that may help combat oxidative stress and inflammation in the body.
•    Potential Nootropic Effects: Some studies suggest that Blue Pea Flower may have cognitive-enhancing properties, potentially improving memory and cognitive function.
•    Anti-Anxiety Properties: Blue Pea Flower has been traditionally used in certain cultures for its calming effects, which may help alleviate anxiety.
•    Rich in Compounds: The flower is known to contain various bioactive compounds.

Blue pea flower is also a very potent blue dye so the idea is that the honey will actually be blue as well, or maybe green, depending on the honey.

30g Trinity mushroom, 10g blue lotus, 5g blue pea flower, 355ml clover honey

Blue Honey


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