Peyote, considered a living god, El Mescalito had a long history of use among the natives of northern Mexico and Southwestern USA – at least 5700 years, say archeologists. Then it was demonized and driven underground by the Spanish conquerors in the 16th century. But thanks to the wonders of modern cultivation, you can have one of these sacred Lophophora williamsii in your own home.
Previously known as Trichocereus peruvianus. This cactus thrives at an altitude of 2000-3000 meters in it's natural habitat, the Andes in Peru and Ecuador. The Peruvian Torch grows at a high rate, contains the psychoactive compound mescaline and has green skin with a light blue glow. We sell different sizes - small, medium and large - all of which are perfect for home cultivation.
Formerly known as Trichocereus bridgesii. This cactus is naturally found in the Bolivian mountains. The natives of Bolivia call this cactus Achuma or Wachuma. It is said that the Bolivian Torch has a higher percentage of mescaline than the San Pedro or the Peruvian Torch. We have several sizes of cuttings of the Bolivian Torch in stock.
A.k.a. Trichocereus pachanoi. The San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis pachanoi) originates from Peru and Equador. This cactus contains the psychoactive compound mescaline and plays a very important part in Latin American shamanic culture. We sell cuttings in different sizes that will effortlessly resume their growth once they are put back in the ground.
The Cactus of the Four Winds (Echinopsis lageniformis forma quadricostata), Bolivian torch, is an extremely rare four-ribbed cactus that can be found in the mountains of Bolivia. Considered as sacred by the natives of Bolivia who call it Achuma or Wachuma, this cactus is said to have even more powerful properties than the San Pedro or the Peruvian torch. We have several sizes of cuttings in...
Mainly for the collector and connoisseur, our Peyote with Pups is a much rarer form of the illustrious peyote cactus. Originally found in desserts of Mexico, these psychoactive cacti have a historic reputation for their spiritual and religious use. If you are in looking to obtain a psychoactive plant that is a bit more unusual, then our Peyote with Pups may be for you.
Echinopsis cuzcoensis (formerly Trichocereus cuzcoensis) displays obvious similarities to Echinopsis peruviana, but is an accepted species. Especially where both grow in the same area, they hybridize each other and then show traits of both species. The dried tissue of this cactus is consumed for shamanic purposes and has been reported to cause similar effects as Peyote.
This is a combination of two cacti - an Eriocereus jusbertii with a Peyote cluster grafted on top. A small drawback is the slightly lower production of mescaline, but the increased growth rate makes up for it. When flowering, this plant produces beautiful pink flowers, but psychonauts are more interested in the alkaloid Mescaline, which is found in the tissue of the plant.
Peyote (Lophophora williamsii), also known as El Mescalito, was almost doomed to fall into oblivion when Spanish conquistadores demonized it in the 16th century, but luckily this sacred cactus survived its ban and now you can order your own specimen. Natives of Northern Mexico and Southwestern USA used it for millennia in their rituals, so you can rest assured that its responsible use is...
The "monstrose" version of the Bolivian Torch (Echinopsis lageniformis) is a special cactus, also called the "Penis Plant". "Monstrose" signifies that this is a mutated form of the original cactus, in this instance the Bolivian Torch. A mutant cactus grows into an abnormal shape and therefore can take on a divergent form compared to cacti of the same species. Each cutting is 25-30cm long.