(Trichocereus pachanoi) is a tall, dark green cactus that contains mescaline. It is native to Peru and Ecuador, but grows in various places. It is most often used as an entheogen, but can be used to treat cardiac disease and high blood pressure. The highest concentration of mescaline is in the dark green layer right under the surface. Although Mescaline became illegal in the 70s, San Pedro is legal to cultivate.
Cooked San Pedro makes you trip balls, but it's a nasty concoction.
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