Peyote And Other Psychoactive Cacti
Peyote And Other Psychoactive Cacti is a comprehensive guide to Peyote and other psychoactive cacti.
For many years most of us have been aware of the psychoactive effects of Peyote. 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, San Pedro from the Andes, three related mescaline-bearing species from South America, and at least 15 species used by the Indians of Central Mexico as Peyote substitutes.
Botanists and Chemists are now studying the constitutes of these cacti and are making some remarkable discoveries.
Over 35 different species of cacti discussed.
In this guide we will consider each of these cacti and bring the reader up to date on what scientists have discovered about them.
Within this guide the following information is covered:
- The various methods of using these cacti
- Details on what they contain
- Directions for cultivating cacti and increasing the yield of mescaline and other alkaloids.
- Instructions for extracting mesca-line from Peyote and San Pedro, and mixed alkaloids from Donana and other cacti.
- Brief discussion of the legal aspects of these hallucinogenic cacti
- Contacts of legitimate suppliers from whom these plants can be obtained at reasonable prices.
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