Peyote maat 3-4 CM

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Peyote maat 3-4 CM


The Peyote cactus, sized 3-4 cm, is a renowned and historically significant psychedelic plant, deeply rooted in the spiritual traditions of North America’s indigenous cultures. Noted for its unique, spineless button shape and rich in the psychoactive compound mescaline, Peyote offers profound, vivid psychedelic experiences often linked with spiritual and introspective insights. Cultivation is straightforward, requiring well-draining soil, minimal water, and ample sunlight. While revered in various religious ceremonies, especially within the Native American Church, the legal status of Peyote varies globally, necessitating awareness and respect for local laws and its cultural heritage.



The Peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii), measuring 3 to 4 cm, is one of the most well-known and traditionally used psychedelics in the world. This small but potent cactus has been rooted in the spiritual practices of indigenous peoples in North America, especially among the Nahuatl-speaking native tribes of Mexico, for centuries. Peyote is renowned for its unique appearance – a small, spineless, button-shaped cactus – and its psychoactive properties, chiefly attributed to the compound mescaline.

Description and Cultivation

The 3-4 cm Peyote is ideal for those interested in cultivating this species. The plant is slow-growing but surprisingly simple to care for. It requires well-draining soil, limited watering (particularly in winter), and abundant sunlight. In its natural habitat, Peyote can survive extreme temperatures and arid conditions.

Historical and Cultural Use

Peyote has been used for religious and healing purposes for thousands of years. Historical evidence suggests its use dates back at least 5,700 years. The cactus is primarily consumed in the form of “buttons” – these are cut from the top of the plant and then dried for consumption. The Native American Church has integrated the use of Peyote into their religious ceremonies, where it is considered a sacred sacrament that opens doors to deeper spiritual experiences.


The psychoactive effects of Peyote are mainly due to mescaline, a potent psychedelic compound. Users often report profound insights, feelings of connectedness with nature and the universe, vivid visual hallucinations, and spiritual revelations. These effects can vary depending on the dose, the setting in which Peyote is taken, and the psychological state of the user.

How do I use Mescaline Peyote cactus

Of course you cannot consume Peyote cactus immediately upon arrival. The Peyote will have to be processed and dried before it is ready for consumption. Cut the Peyote into small pieces and let it dry well. Once dry grind the pieces into a fine powder. The Peyote is now ready for consumption. The powder can be encapsulated, chewed or swallowed. For a 1 person trip you need about 27 grams (300mg Mescaline) of dried Peyote.

Dosage of dried Mescaline Peyote

14 – 27 grams (150 – 300mg Mescaline) light to medium dose
27 – 36 grams (300 – 400mg Mescaline) strong trip, duration: 6 to 12 hours
40 – 45 grams (450 – 500mg Mescaline) extreme trip, possible ego dissolution, duration: + / – 12 hours
45 – 55 grams (500 – 600mg Mescaline) guaranteed dissolution of the ego, duration: +/- 24 hours

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