Bolivian Torch (Echinopsis lageniformis)

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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.

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Size: Small (10-11 cm)€ 8.50
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Bolivian Torch (Echinopsis lageniformis): Previously known as 'Trichocereus bridgesii'

The Bolivian Torch cactus (Echinopsis lageniformis) is a lesser known light green and fast-growing columnar mescaline cactus that originates from Bolivia where it has been used by the indigenous shamans for centuries, particularly in the region in and around La Paz. This cactus usually has 4-8 ribs and can reach an impressive height of 2-5 meters and the mature plant is dotted with nodes of up to four spines with a length of up to 6-7cm, wherein the node-margin is about 2.5-3cm. The natives of Bolivia call this cactus Achuma or Wachuma and it allegedly has a higher mescaline level than the Peruvian Torch or San Pedro cactus. According to the results of chemical analysis of some specimen of this strain, they showed to contain some of the most potent cocktail of psychedelic substances.

Mescaline

The Bolivian Torch cactus contains the well researched alkaloid mescaline, a psychoactive substance that induces strong psychedelic and hallucinative effects. Oh, by the way, for those interested in chemistry - the chemical formula for mescaline is 3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine. The consumption of flesh of this cactus causes strong visual effects, an altered point of view and perception of the surrounding world, feelings of enchantment by and/or connectivity to all creatures of mother nature and even the whole planet as a giant organism. It takes only 0.3-0.4 gram of pure mescaline to unhitch from reality, so be careful with the dosage. And, you have to be aware that the consumption of plant material of mescaline-producing cacti will cause - frankly said - a vomiting fit. But that is a temporary effect and should, at least that is what the indigenous users say, be seen as a cleansing from all the remnants that could otherwise have influence on the trip, you get rid of the past and are about to head out to a new life. To limit the damage to your feel, we recommend to refrain from any food consumption for at least 6 hours before the planed mescaline trip. With this precautionary measure taken, you make sure the buttons you swallow will stay in your stomach for longer, hence you will be able to absorb more of the active substances before your tummy inevitably turns upside down.

How To Dose Mescaline Cacti Properly

Cultivating the Bolivian Torch cactus

In order to provide the best cuttings, we only offer those exclusively derived from healthy and strong cacti. These cuttings facilitate the home cultivation of your own Bolivian Torch cactus and they only need to be placed in special cactus soil to develop a new and healthy root system and to pick up growth, as if it had never been cut off. Standard soil for houseplants is not suited for cacti, because cacti have totally different nutrient needs than a Ficus benjamina for example.

Be careful when watering your cactus, remember, it is a desert plant and what it really dislikes is a real shower - the best way to water it, is by letting it absorb exactly what it needs. This can easily be achieved by planting the cutting in a pot with a punctured bottom. Place this pot in a shallow tray and fill the tray with water. The dry soil will absorb just enough water to be saturated with moisture and the roots of the cactus will strive to reach down to this moisture. In spring and autumn it is sufficient to water the cactus once a week. In the winter time 2-3 weeks between waterings is OK, but in the summer time it can require 3-5 waterings a week.

Place your cutting in a shady spot for the first four weeks to allow for the cactus to develop a new root system and to accommodate to its new environment. There is no need to water the cutting in the first 2-3 weeks.

Name change: From Trichocereus to Echinopsis

Formerly known as "Trichocereus bridgesii", the Bolivian Torch cactus has recently been renamed to "Echinopsis lageniformis", because a new classification for cacti came into effect and they placed this cactus in the much bigger family of the Echinopsis. The reason they called this cactus Echinopsis lageniformis and not Echinopsis bridgesii is simple: there was already an Echinopsis bridgesii in the Echinopsis family, so the second part of the name of this cactus needed to be changed also.

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    08/Oct/2019

    Good cutting
    Nice cuttings, not stressed a fastly rooting

    04/Oct/2019

    All Good!
    Great trip!

    16/Sep/2019

    Perfect shipping
    No problem as usual, potted in a vase and now waiting for it to root

    12/Aug/2019

    Magestieux
    En cours de progression je reviendrais vous racontez les effets produit =)

    15/Jul/2019

    AKA Trichocereus Bridgesii
    Mooie stekken goed gedroogd en aan lengte, aan te bevelen voor de thuiskweker. Bemerk dat deze cactee minder sterk zijn dan de T. Peruvianus en de T. Pachanoi. Echter de E. Lageniformis (vorm van de ..) beschikt over MAO remmers in de alkaloïden.

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    09/May/2019

    Torch
    Arrived in a great condition, thanks!

    08/May/2019

    Good quality!
    First I was surprised, it came cut and not in a pot. So it comes cut but you could easily plant it in a pot. I dried 1 medium one (25-30cm) and 2 small ones (10-11cm) cut in slices in my dehydrator over night and grinded it in a blender. Result was 27g of dried powder of bolivian torch. This seemed not enough for a desent trip, so I took 2g of perganum harmala seeds 30 min bevorehand (chewed it good 5 min and swallowed) and then tossed 23g (wanted to keep 4g for later microdosing) of the cactus-powder mixed with 300ml water and a little bit of lemon juice. I suggest to emediately drink it down, allready after 5 min the consistancy begins to really get weird, like a really thick slimy foam. Taste was ok, not to bad and didn't have to puke. Trip was awesome, great neon colours and euphoria.

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