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Amazon Lily Essence

Amazon Lily Essence

“I love with my heart and soul.”

Latin Name: Victoria amazonica

Chakra: Sacral/Crown Chakras

Origin: Tropical South America

Traditional herbal uses:   The native people of the Amazon make flour out of dried roots to make baked pancakes.  The young leaves and flower buds are eaten as vegetables, while the sees are eaten fried.  Mashed green roots are used as a poultice for swollen limbs, whereas the mature roots are used for problems of the uterus, digestive problems and as a rinse for mouth ulcers.  The leaves and flowers are used to make cooling compresses.

Energetic properties:

  • Spiritualisation of intimate relationships


The leaves of this giant lily grow large enough to support the weight of a small child and can remind us of the link between human love and divine love.

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