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Grow your own Peyote cactus: Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) is a small and slow-growing desert cactus that has several active alkaloids of which mescaline is the most well know. Picking the Peyote button in the wild is prohibited. Peyotes are endangered and should be left standing. It is rather easy to grow peyote yourself, and in the right conditions, peyote grows relatively fast.
Mescaline – Alkaloids
Develop a Peyote cactus for yourself! You can raise your own mescaline desert cactus with the help of these Lophophora williamsii seeds. There are 20 seeds in the packet.
Mescaline is the most well-known active alkaloid found in peyote (Lophophora williamsii), a small and slowly growing desert cactus. The Peyote button cannot be picked up in the wild. Peyotes should not be cut down since they are endangered. Peyote is quite simple to produce at home, and under the correct circumstances, it spreads quickly.
Contains 20 seeds of the drug peyote (Lophophora williamsii).
A sealed container keeps seeds safe and germination-ready.
Information about Grow your own Peyote cactus
Peyote is a type of hallucinogenic cactus (Lophophora williamsii), commonly known as mescal button (family Cactaceae). Only limestone soils in the Chihuahuan Desert in southern Texas and northern Mexico contain peyote.
The body of the peyote cactus is soft, spineless, and typically coloured blue-green to grey-green. It is typically around eight centimetres (three inches) broad and five centimetres (two inches) tall. It can take the plant 10 to 30 years to develop and flower because of its extremely slow growth. It blooms in the summer with pink to white flowers, and the fruit matures the following year.
You can plant the Peyote seeds in September or April. Spread out the seeds on the ground, then cover them with a thin layer of earth. Keep the soil moist and water it till it germinates. Do not overwater since the roots will decay; the seeds will sprout in a week.
Peyote requires lots of heat and illumination, but not sunlight. 20 to 30 Celsius. requires little maintenance and a dry atmosphere. The peyote will eventually reach a height of 10-15 cm over several years. Every two to three weeks, Peyote simply requires a few drops of water. They don’t need any artificial light or water during the winter (December to February). In any case, they won’t grow throughout this time.
The peyote buds can be slowly chewed and consumed. Given how bitter peyote is to the taste, this is quite difficult. They could also be chopped up and blended with grapefruit juice. To make them into a fine powder, dry them first. A capsule machine can then be used to encapsulate this powder. Since the active component composition varies from cactus to cactus, it is always challenging to dose the fresh buttons properly.
- The journey may take anywhere from 5 to 24 hours. Therefore, it is crucial to avoid scheduling anything for today or tomorrow. The effects are best experienced outside where there are no obstructions to the view. Therefore, the optimum environments are on the seashore or on open plains. They should not be found in the forest, unlike mushrooms.
- The plant known as peyote has at least 28 alkaloids, the most notable of which is mescaline, which is recognised for its hallucinogenic properties.
- Peyote plays a significant role in both the modern Native American Church rites, many of which have been adapted from traditional rituals, and the traditional religious practises of a number of North American Indian peoples.
Many jurisdictions have laws that forbid the sale, use, or possession of live plants or dried mescal buttons; however, certain jurisdictions have exemptions for usage in formal religious activities. The main piece of legislation governing peyote’s religious applications in the US is the American Indian Religious Freedom Act (1978)