Sanpedro cactus for psychedelic mescaline trip
The most important psychedelic compound of San Pedro cactus (Trichocereus Pachanoi) is mescaline.
The San Pedro cactus contains a bit less mescaline than the well-known Peyote cactus, but the San Pedro is much more friendly.
Effects of Sanpedro cactus:
San Pedro makes it possible to make a journey through your own fantasy world.
It gives you a strong trip with colorful and spiritual visions.
The trip lasts for 6 to 12 hours. The San Pedro trip is less heavy, and more friendly than the Peyote trip. And also the nausea during the first hour after consuming will be less than with the Peyote.
1 portion of San pedro cactus contains:
1 Sanpedro cactus, we sell our cactus per piece, you can choose for small (6 – 15 cm) or big (15 – 25 cm) cactus
Usage of San pedro cactus:
1 – 1,5 big cactus should be enough for a light to moderate trip, 2 – 2,5 big cacti for a strong trip. (note: when used cactus with an average height of 15-20 cm the average diameter is about 3,5 cm)
Beware: Dosage of mescaline can differ for each cactus, so always start with half a dosage, wait a 60 to 90 minutes to see what the effect is, then if desired take half of what is left over and if necessary repeat. A San pedro trip takes about 2 – 2,5 hours to peak.
Eat the Sanpedro cactus raw, The traditional way to consume it, but it tastes very bitter!
But there are better and less disgusting ways:
Drink the Sanpedro cactus, Remove the thorns and cut the cactus in thin slices.
Then boil them for 2 to 3 hours. Mix this with pineapple juice, for a better taste, and drink it.
Eat the Sanpedro cactus baked, Dry the cactus first, Cut it into slices and put it in a oven on 50°C for 4 or 5 hours. Then you can eat the slices!
You can also let a Sanpedro cactus grow bigger till the desired hight.
Buy online in our smart shop under categorie growkits our san pedro seeds to grow your own San pedro cactus !
Under dry as well as wet circumstances the cactus can be grown, it grows up most quickly when it’s watered regularly. However, without water the plant can survive for years and even produce new sprouts.
Warnings for San pedro cactus: