The Cactus Growers Guide is a comprehensive guide that will teach you all there is to know about types of mescaline covering:“Types” of Mescaline, effects, cactus species, cultivation, preparation and ingestion and much more. ...Read more ›
Mescaline & Hallucinogenic Cactus
For many years, various tribes and individuals have been aware of the psychoactive effects of some very special, mescaline containing, hallucinogenic cactus; namely Peyote and San Pedro.
More recently in drug- oriented literature there have been numerous references to other cacti believed to have hallucinogenic properties.
Among these are Donana from northern Mexico and three related mescaline-bearing species from South America, and at least 15 species used by the Indians of Central Mexico as Peyote substitutes.
This section presents everything about the hallucinogenic cactus in an easy to understand way, perfect for anyone interested in learning about these powerful hallucinogens. Secret tips and techniques for cultivating cacti and how the yield of mescaline and other alkaloids can be increased.
Learn the most efficient way mescaline is extracted from Peyote and San Pedro, and how mixed alkaloids from Donana and other cacti are extracted.
Other information is included in this category such as the legal aspects of these hallucinogenic cacti and the names and addresses of legitimate suppliers from whom these plants can be obtained at reasonable prices.
San Pedro Cultivation, Preparation and Dosages is a comprehensive collection of documents that will teach you everything you need to know about the recreational use of San Pedro including:cultivation, methods of preparation, dosages, ingestion, trip Reports and much more ...Read more ›
Peyote And Other Psychoactive Cacti is a comprehensive guide to Peyote and other psychoactive cacti. Information covered in this guide includes: Methods of using cacti, cultivation, legal aspects of hallucinogenic cacti and much more. ...Read more ›
Your in the right place to learn more about Cacti and Mescaline. This is the ultimate guide to Mescaline, detailing its origins, composition, and uses in an easy to read format. ...Read more ›
Mescaline is a psychedelic alkaloid that exists naturally in a number of different cactus plants, including the peyote cactus, the San Pedro cactus, and the Peruvian Torch cactus. ...Read more ›
The Peyote cactus is one of the cactus species that can be used as a source of mescaline. This cactus contains psychoactive alkaloids, which can produce a number of different reactions when it is ingested. ...Read more ›
Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug that is obtained from the flesh of certain cactus varieties, such as the Peyote and the San Pedro cacti. These cacti have a long history of being used by native populations, as part of their traditional healing rituals and religious ceremonies. Discover the effects of mescaline from this comprehensive article. ...Read more ›
The San Pedro cactus is one of a number of different cactus species that can be used as a source of mescaline. The cactus contains psychoactive alkaloids, which are mostly concentrated within the skin of the cactus. As such, the skin is often peeled from the San Pedro cactus so that it can be dried. ...Read more ›
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