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Posted 15 July 2005 - 08:46 AM
Well there are many types of cati that do.
Go to the nearest place that sells any kind of cati (garden/herb/plant/flower stores) and look for these:
Species: gibbosum: Native to Argentina leeanum: Native to Argentina, Uruquay
Species: minor: Native to South Peru
Species: diffusa (Peyote): Native to Mexico williamsii (Peyote, Mescal,Chaute etc.): the classic Peyote, grows in north central Mexico and south Texas.
Species: imbricata: Native to S-W USA to Central Mexico. spinosior: Native to Arizona, New Mexico, Northern Mexico.
Species: aselliformis (Peyotillo, Peyote meco): Native to San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Species: corrugata tampicana: Native to Tampico, Mexico.
Species: scandens: Native to Yucatan, Mexico.
Species: coryne: Native to Northwestern Argentina.
Species: cuzcoensis: Native to Cuzco, Peru. fulvianus: Native to Chile. macrogonus: Native to South America. pachanoi (San Pedro, Giganton): Native to Peru, Equador. peruvianus (Peruvian Fence Post): Native to Peru. scopulicola taquimbalensis: Native to Bolivia. terscheckii (Cardon grande): Native to Northwestern Argentina. validus: Native to Bolivia. werdermannianus: Native to Tupiza & Charcoma, Bolivia.
Description: Trichocerei are columnar, branched or candelabra like cacti, which usually grow very fast. Cereus is a different genus, whose members haven't been found to contain mescaline.
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Posted 16 July 2005 - 01:18 AM
Nice post, my buddy is grown san Pedro or something.. It takes along time to grow those fuckers though.. thats the only problem toke on
glad you guys thought this information was helpful.
Check this out for your friend once hes ready to pick his san pedro cati:
If you want--at the end where it shows that green liquid in the cup (the final product) you can alternativly simmer/evaporate away all that water and you will be left with a greenish powder probally at the very end. This is a mescaline extract.
There are ways to obtain pure (white powder/crystals) from various cati btw. Just gotta look around on www.erowid.com
Posted 16 July 2005 - 01:21 AM
Posted 16 July 2005 - 04:00 AM
in my recent exploration of new drugs that i want to try, cacti is indeed one of them and when i get around to it, ill go searching for a few of these cacti because i know ive never heard of mescaline around here
i want to keep +rep but it wont let me
yep-just look around at nearby garden stores e.t.c.
These sorta stores try not to carry peyote. There are a few around my area that get some in around obsucure times of the year for like 1 weekend.
The other cati listed should hopefully be able to be found in garden stores without to much shopping around.
Posted 19 July 2005 - 02:33 AM
You'll find pleanty of San Pedro or Peruvian Torch though... I'd go with the San Pedro - as it contains more mesculine, and it grows the fastest. Eat about 1 foot of San Pedro and you've got a good night. Eat 1.5 feet and you'll not be able to discern what's real and what isn't anymore
Posted 19 July 2005 - 04:22 AM
so you can just go to a garden store and buy some san pedro cacti for aprx $?
well dunno how much $$.
In my area (Seattle) like once or twice a year they sell peyote in some garden stores--sorta hard to find. But I know they do becuase I've bought them before.
Yet peyotes sorta a waste of the actual cacti itslef. The plant needs to be 20 years old for max mescaline production--thats a LONG time of growing a plant for one trip.
The San Pedro if you can find it is a bit better.
I've seen these in places before.
Posted 19 July 2005 - 02:48 PM
When I was 16 - 17 in New York we used to get mesc. Tiny purple pill... Tiny!
We would get so trippy... Everything becomes Extremely 3D...... People look so wierd..... We loved it..... You simply can not stop laughing!
Except for the slight pain in the back of our necks, which seems to be associated with it..... Makes ya wonder WHY.... At that age you just don't care! Just be careful!!
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