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Mescaline is is a psychedelic drug which occurs naturally and is gotten from the peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii), the San Pedro cactus (Echinopsis paranoiac), the Peruvian torch (Echinoderms peruviana) and other members of the Cactaceae plant family. peyote for sale online.
This hallucinogenic drug has effects similar to LSD and psilocybin. Also small amounts can be found in certain members of the Fabaceae (bean) family, including Acacia berlandieri. However the facts that Acacia specie contains certain amounts of this drug has been proven to be false and unsupported in additional analysis.
For hundred of years, people especially those in northern Mexico and southwestern united state have being using peyote for traditional and religious rituals/ ceremonies. Mescaline causes hallucination visions which was important to the peyote cult.
Effects of mescaline drug
The trip from this drug can last for 5 – 24hours keeping you sit and home and feeling lazy. It is important to note that this drug has powerful effects and can result to altered vision, dilated pupils, increase blood pressure, fast heart rate, increase body temperature, vomiting, nausea, motor reflexes change, shaking hands and/or feet, sweating, dizziness, numbness, contraction of intestine and uterus in females.
Peyote, thought about as living god, El Mescalito had a long history of utilization among the locals of northern Mexico and Southwestern USA – at any rate 5700 years, say archeologists. At that point it was belittled and driven underground by the Spanish vanquishers in the sixteenth century. Yet, on account of the marvels of current development, you can have one of these consecrated Lophophora williamsii in your own home.
The top of the cactus above ground, or the crown, consists of disc-shaped buttons that are cut from the roots and dried. These buttons are generally chewed or soaked in water to produce an intoxicating tea. It can be consumed raw or dried but is extremely bitter. The hallucinogen may also be ground into powder for oral capsules, or smoked with marijuana and tobacco. The hallucinogenic dose is about 0.3 to 0.5 grams (equivalent to about 5 grams of dried peyote) and lasts about 12 hours. However, different doses can affect people in various ways, and doses extracted from plants can vary widely.
Mescaline is used primarily as a recreational drug and is also used to supplement various types of meditation and psychedelic therapy. It is classified as a schedule I drug in the U.S., making it illegal in all forms (including peyote); however, it remains legal in certain religious ceremonies registered by the Native American Church1,2, 3 Schedule I drugs have a high potential for abuse, no currently accepted medical use in treatment in the United States, and a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision.
Use and effects
“Trips” for the users may be pleasurable and enlightening or anxiety-producing and unpleasant (known as a “bad trip”). There is no way to know how a user’s experience may ultimately play out. Common effects after use may include:
- visual hallucinations and radically altered states of consciousness (psychedelic experience)
- open and closed eye visualizations
- dream-like state
- slowed passage of time
- a mixing of senses (synesthesia, such as “seeing a sound” or “hearing colors”)
- pupil dilation
Side effects or risks
Side effects or risks of mescaline use may include:
- anxiety, fear
- racing heart beat (tachycardia)
- excessive sweating
- nausea, vomiting
- accidental injury
- psychosis, panic or paranoia
- amnesia (loss of memory)
- posthallucinogen perceptual disorder (flashbacks)
- rarely, suicidal thoughts or actions
Like most psychedelic hallucinogens, mescaline is not physically addictive; however, it can cause tolerance meaning higher doses are need to achieve the same hallucinogenic effect. Mescaline-containing cacti can induce severe vomiting and nausea, which is an important part to traditional Native-American or Shaman ceremonies and is considered a cleansing ritual and a spiritual aid.
If you take prescription medications, there are no well-controlled studies to determine the overall effect of drug interactions. Medications that have an effect in the brain and may affect serotonin levels (for example: antidepressants, antipsychotic agents, medications for bipolar disorder) may have the potential for dangerous drug interactions when combined with mescaline. Drugs that affect the circulatory system, heart, or have stimulant affects may lead to rapid pulse and dangerous outcomes. Other drug interactions are also possible, although scientific data are limited.