San Pedro Cactus Peruvianus (Trichocereus) 25 – 35 CM/san pedro cactus for sale
A piece of cactus 25 to 30 cm long and with a diameter of 5-8 cm will reach approx. corresponds to an average dose. If you weigh the cactus instead of measuring it: 100 g of fresh San Pedro cactus contains about 120 mg of mescaline. This means that you need 170-420 grams of cactus for a dose of 200-500 mg mescaline.
- 150 – 300 mg light to medium trip
- 300 – 400 mg strong trip, +/- 6 to 12 hours
- 450 – 500 mg extreme trip, +/- 12 hours
- 500 – 600 mg dissolving the ego, trip +/- 24 hours
San Pedro Cutting Pachanoi (Trichocereus) 35 – 45 cm
San Pedro Cactus
- Synonym Trichocereus pachanoi
- One of the fastest growing of all columnar cacti
- Can produce large, beautiful fragrant flowers in mid summer
- Cold hardy
- Easy to grow
- Ideal for Xeriscape landscaping
- Suitable for growing indoors
- Suitable for growing in containers
San Pedro is a cactus of the psychedelic trichocereus family. The active ingredient in these mind-altering cacti is Mescaline.
Buy San Pedro Grow Kit/Trichocereus pachanoi
Grow your own San Pedro Cactus. The Echinopsis pachanoi is a fast growing cactus. It is easy with the San Pedro Cactus grow kit! The grow kits package contains 20 Echinopsis pachanoi (Trichocereus Pachanoi) seeds and comes with detailed grow instructions. Soil and a growing container are included too. A San Pedro cactus can grow up to 30 cm a year!
San Pedro Macrogona (Trichocereus macrogonus)
Echinopsis macrogona (trichocereus macrogonus) is a sacred cactus similar to the Peruvian Torch. This easy-to-grow cactus contains the alkaloid mescaline, a powerful psychedelic that can induce visions and other hallucinogenic effects. Along with others of the sacred cacti of Middle and South-America it has a long history of being used by shamans for spiritual and religious rituals.
This monstrose San Pedro cactus is a very rare cactus. Normally it would have straight ribs, so that you could cut cross sections what would look like stars. But monstrose cacti have a genetic mutation that causes uneven, sometimes totally unpredictable growth. This is a San Pedro Cactus var. Monstruosus.