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San Pedro Cactus

Marc Crepeau mwcrepeau at ucdavis.edu
Fri Feb 6 18:34:13 EST 1998

In article <6ba89j$d0m at alpha.delta.edu>, btrickle at alpha.delta.edu
(Benjamin Thomas Rickle) wrote:

> Please post any information you have on the San Pedro Cactus to this
> newsgroup. This includes info on it's use, preperation, and sources it can
> be purchased from.
> Thank You Very Much

   You can purchase the plant and it's seeds from Botanical Preservation
Corps (formerly Of The Jungle) in Sebastopol, CA. It's principle use is,
of course, as a hallucinagen. It contains substantial amounts of
mescaline. Not as much as the better known peyote cactus, so you have to
ingest more. On the other hand, San Pedro grows much faster, and is legal
to grow.

Marc Crepeau
<mwcrepeau at ucdavis.edu>

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