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Lophophora williamsii (Peyote)

Lophophora williamsii (also called Peyote cactus or Peyotl) is native to the Northern parts of Mexico and to Texas USA. The flowers of Lophophora williamsii are usually pink but white flowers are also found sometimes (Lophophora williamsii v.

Lophophora caespitosa - peyote

Lophophora caespitosa - peyote

New post on peyote, a spineless cactus used during Native American ceremonies. Controversial that little cactus... Read on

Native American peyote: can it be useful in ceremonies? I was recently asked about the "hallucinogen cactus with psychedelic properties

Lophophora Williamsii or the Peyote cactus Coloring page

Lophophora Williamsii or the Peyote cactus coloring page from Cactus category. Select from 25587 printable crafts of cartoons, nature, animals, Bible and many more.

Native Americans have been using the peyote cactus for ritual religious and medicinal purposes for a long time. But its psychoactive alkaloids, particularly mescaline, have led drug users to use and abuse the peyote as a recreational drug.

Native Americans have been using the peyote cactus for ritual religious and medicinal purposes for a long time. But its psychoactive alkaloids, particularly mescaline, have led drug users to use and abuse the peyote as a recreational drug.

Lophophora viridescens

Lophophora viridescens

Peyote - mescaline containing cactus used for connecting with the spirit world.

Peyote - mescaline containing cactus used for connecting with the spirit world

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