San Pedro Cactus | Echinopsis pachanoi | Trichocereus pachanoi
An absolutely essential part of any cactus garden or landscape! This robust plant is easy to maintain, propagate and grow in your home or garden san pedro cactus high .
Sold per piece, Bare Root without any soil or pot. Small scarring is normal and expected but will not affect plant. Discoloration on the bottom of the cactus is normal from being planted in soil.
This cactus is considered the PC (Predominant Cultivar) variety of San Pedro Cactus. This means it’s the most common type of san pedro cactus high .
Sizes are approximate:
- Extra Small 4-8 inches
- Small – 8-12 inches
- Medium – 12-18 inches
- Large – 18-30 inches
- Large Branching – 18-30 inches
Dose of San Pedro (San pedro cactus high)
San Pedro is typically ingested as a dried powder or a tea made from the cacti. Dosing is imprecise if using a live cactus, as the distribution of mescaline is not consistent throughout all parts of the cactus. An average dose of pure mescaline is 20-500 mg. The onset will begin within 1-3 hours depending on the metabolization rate and may last up to 10-12 hours san pedro cactus high .
Typically, an active dose of mescaline will last under 24 hours, with visual effects averaging around 10-12 hours. People experience distortions in sensory stimuli, like sounds and colors, and even experience synesthesia. While intoxication can occur, it is reportedly unlikely for a fatality to result from San Pedro consumption alone. There are mescaline deaths reported in animal studies, but these occurred at a level of mescaline toxicity which is unlikely to happen in a San Pedro ceremony.
Risks are a given with any substance. We can’t tell you for certain what you’ll go through, but here are some of the nasty side-effects:
- It’s common to vomit shortly after ingesting the San Pedro cactus.
- As with any psychedelic substance, it can trigger underlying mental health problems san pedro cactus high .
- Hallucinogens can induce upsetting and frightening experiences which you just have to ride out.
San Pedro contains more alkaloids than just mescaline. It is thought that these alkaloids work together in an entourage effect, however, little research has been done on them. San Pedro also has various concentrations of other compounds, including anhalonidine, hordenine, and tyramine. Consuming mescaline-containing cacti, rather than pure mescaline, will result in a different experience, mainly because the dosing will be imprecise and may last longer than with other cacti.
While there are no significant studies to verify mescaline distribution throughout San Pedro, it is generally thought that the external green tissue contains more mescaline than the internal white tissue near the center.