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Peyote – Wikipedia

Kingdom: Plantae

Peyote – Hallucinogens.com

The spineless nature of the Peyote cactus is one of the reasons why this cactus originally was consumed by natives in tribal areas centuries ago. Each of the Peyote cactus’ disc shaped “buttons” connects to form a rose-like look. These buttons are …

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The dried buttons may be chewed. Or the buttons are soaked in water and the resulting liquid is used as a medicine. Despite serious safety concerns, peyote is used for treating fevers, joint pain (rheumatism), and paralysis. People apply peyote to the skin for treating fractures, wounds, and snakebite.

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Much depends on the potency of the peyote and the blend of mescaline and the fifty or some odd alkaloids contained in cactus. Using peyote. The potency of Peyote, as well as different people’s tolerance to it, seems to vary widely. Some people report powerful experiences from as few as three or four Peyote buttons.

Peyote ( Lophophora Williamsii ) – Mescaline

Peyote (Lophophora Williamsii) is a spineless cactus with a long root. It grows in the southwesterm United States and Mexico. It grows in the southwesterm United States and Mexico. Its crown, or ’button’, is used for psychedelic purposes.

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Peyote plant or Lophophora williamsii is a spineless cactus plant whose parts or button-like protrusions on its surface contain an active principle called mescaline which is a potent hallucinogen. Its buttons are either chewed or …

How Peyote is Used at Peyote.net

The peyote paste has a “acrid taste and lima-bean–like texture.” She is equally disgusted by the actual peyote buttons, which together feel like “a writhing mass of worms.” During Hagerty’s peyote ceremony, the drug is passed around once every two hours.