San Pedro seeds (Trichocereus Peruvianus)


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San Pedro seeds (Trichocereus Peruvianus)

San Pedro seeds (Trichocereus Peruvianus) are simple to cultivate. This robust cactus species needs minimal water and is well-known for its hallucinogenic effects. Mescaline (3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine), an alkaloid having psychedelic properties, is the active ingredient in the San Pedro cactus.

San Pedro cactus is often combined with other hallucinogenic plants such as coca, tobacco, Brugmansia, and Anadenanthera. Pre-Inca monks utilized this Peruvian cactus to make a drink known as “cimora,” “achuma,” or “huachuma.” From roughly 900 BC to 200 BC, this combination was employed for therapeutic reasons and religious rites.


Make use of a grow cabinet. Fill sterilized plastic pots (5 cm) halfway with soil, then carefully push the seeds into the soil. Place the trays in a layer of hot water and wait for the surface soil to get wet. Remove the jars and wrap them with plastic wrap. The ideal temperature at this time is between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius. Green baby cacti will appear after a few days to a few weeks.

San Pedro seeds (Trichocereus Peruvianus)

Hardening may begin after around 4 weeks. Prick two holes in the foil every other day. If there is an atmosphere both within and outside the foil, you may remove the plastic. Water your plants with boiling water or rainfall. Don’t let it dry out, but don’t give it too much water either. You may repot them after a year, but be extremely cautious with the pen root. If the cacti become yellow, they want more light; if they turn red, they require less water.

Storage advice

Store this product in a cool and dark place, such as a kitchen cupboard, and out of the reach of children.


San Pedro cactus, Trichocereus Peruvianus, 100 seeds


When taken with certain drugs, alcohol, or MAO inhibitors, mescaline cactus may be hazardous to one’s health. Do you have any medications? To prevent health hazards, always see your doctor first and read the box insert of your drug. You should also avoid using the Peruvian Torch if you are pregnant or nursing. When in use, do not engage in traffic. As a result, do not drive or operate other vehicles.


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