Pure Mescaline HCI
Pure Mescaline HCI is a naturally occurring psychoactive alkaloid that is the main psychedelic compound in a range of psychedelic cacti native to the Americas including peyote, San Pedro, and Peruvian Torch. In its natural state, mescaline has been used in Native American spiritual and shamanic ceremonies for thousands of years.
What is mescaline?
Mescaline HCI is a psychedelic hallucinogen obtained from the small, spineless cactus Peyote (Lophophora williamsi), the San Pedro cactus, Peruvian torch cactus, and other mescaline-containing cacti. It is also found in certain members of the Fabaceae (bean family) and can be produced synthetically.
Use and effects of Pure Mescaline HCI
“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
- open and closed eye visualizations
- dream-like state
- slowed passage of time
- a mixing of senses
- pupil dilation
Side effects or risks
Side effects or risks of mescaline use may include:
- anxiety, fear
- racing heartbeat
- excessive sweating
- nausea, vomiting
- accidental injury
- psychosis, panic, or paranoia
- amnesia (loss of memory)
Like most psychedelic hallucinogens, Mescaline HCI 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.