A.k.a. Trichocereus Pachanoi . Ecuador and Peru are the countries of origin for the San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi). This cactus is a key component of Latin American shamanic tradition and contains the hallucinogenic chemical mescaline.


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echinopsis pachanoi for sale; Not everyone has the ability to travel far into the Andes to look for hallucinogenic cactus. Additionally, overharvested vulnerable species like peyote should be given time to recover.

Fortunately, you don’t have to embark on a life-changing journey to experience mescaline. Cacti will be delivered right to your home. Before placing a purchase, it is advisable to check your country’s laws on mescaline.

You should think about which cactus you like and the results you want before making a purchase. For outstanding cactus specimens from various kinds, check out the Trippy Lab store.


The San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi), a mescaline cactus that grows at elevations of 2000–3000 meters, is native to the Andean mountains of Peru and Ecuador. These days, this cactus may be found in several Andean regions, including the highlands of Bolivia and Argentina. The San Pedro cactus grows quickly; under the correct conditions, it may reach heights of 30 to 40 cm each year.

Shamanistic tradition has a long history with the San Pedro cactus. The first evidence of ceremonial usage dates back 2,000 years. The San Pedro cactus has been used by indigenous shamans as part of their ceremonies since the dawn of civilization in the Andes area, who refer to it as the “Materia Prima.” It was employed as a shamanic medicine as well as a religious rite. echinopsis pachanoi for sale

The usage of the San Pedro cactus was not censured by the catholic inquisition, in contrast to Peyote and psilocybin mushrooms. The fact that this sacred Indian plant is named after a Catholic saint is also quite surprising. We still don’t know how this happened.

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The psychoactive alkaloid mescaline, which has strong psychedelic and hallucinogenic properties, is present in The San Pedro. Mescaline users claim to significant visual effects, altered consciousness, euphoric experiences, and a profound sense of harmony with nature.

Mescaline is often taken in doses of 0.3–0.4 grams (pure mescaline, not 0.3-0.4 grams of cactus). Heavy vomiting may result from eating mescaline cactus. The body is being cleansed during this purge, according to the original users, thus it should be viewed positively. echinopsis pachanoi for sale

For the diehards, mescaline’s molecular name is 3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine.

Cultivating  The San Pedro Cactus

Only healthy and beautiful cacti are used to create our San Pedro cuttings. These cuttings make it easier to grow your own San Pedro cactus at home. The cutting merely has to be buried; once there, it will quickly sprout roots and continue to grow as if it had never been taken out of the ground.

Instead of using the regular soil for indoor plants, use special cactus soil. This soil frequently lacks the proper balance of nutrients for cacti.

In the fall and spring, water the cactus once per week, but only once every two to three weeks in the winter. You may water the cactus 3-5 times each week during the summer. The best way to water a cactus is from the bottom up, thus it’s preferable to place it in a container with a pierced base.

The cactus will absorb the necessary water if you place the pot in a shallow dish of water. This approach is preferred over watering the cactus using an above spout.

For the first month, keep the San Pedro cutting in the shade to give the cactus time to adapt to its new environment and establish a new root system. For the first two to three weeks, you won’t need to water the cutting. echinopsis pachanoi for sale

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Large (50-60 cm), Medium (25-30 cm), Small (10-11 cm)


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