San Pedro cactus
This is one of the rarest cactus...
This is one of the rarest cactus mutations in the world. We are one of very few stores that sell this pruducts.
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The Trichocereus Peruvianus is reported to contain
some of the largest amount of mescaline of all known
mescaline Trichocereus cacti. Peruvian Torch cactus
is a fast-growing columnar cactus native to the western
slope of the Andes in Peru between about
2,000–3,000 m (6,600–9,800 ft) above sea level.
The plant is bluish-green in colour with frosted stems
and 6-9 broadly rounded ribs; it has large white flowers.
It can grow up to 3–6 meters tall, with stems up to 8–18
cm in diameter.
The human use of the cactus dates back thousands of
years to the northern coast of Peru and the monks of a
pre-Inca culture known as Chavín (900 BC to 200 BC).
They prepared a brew called "achuma", "huachuma" or
"cimora" which was used during ritualistic ceremonies to
diagnose the spiritual links to a patient's illness.
Mescaline is an hallucinogen this allow you to explore
your inner fantasy world and will give you a trip with
spiritual, colourful visions and feelings of inner tranquillity
and oneness with life The visions have a religious
character. Mystic, ecstatic, euphoric and a strong
sense of colors. All forms of perception change.