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Mescaline content of Peyote grafted with San Pedro

Discussion in 'Peyote & San Pedro' started by Brutalex, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. Brutalex

    Brutalex Newbie

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    Oct 26, 2006
    Hello, SWIM want to know how many(approximately) mescaline can you extract from 1 Peyote grafted with a San Pedro and what is the the percentage.

    Thanks alot!
  2. joachimist

    joachimist Newbie

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    Feb 11, 2005
    the percentage depend a lot of age, grow conditions, variety, etc...

    from 5% to 20% if i remenber right
  3. Bez

    Bez Silver Member

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    Oct 19, 2006
    species %age fresh %age dry
    peyote ? 1-6% (rarely >1%)
    pachanoi 0.12% 2%
    peruvianus 0.05%* 0.82%
    peruvianus >0.0005% >0.01%*
    pachanoi 0.02%* 0.331%
    pachanoi 0.02%* 0.357%
    pachanoi 0.006%*-0.14%* 0.1-2.375

    This is a table that is widely used on the net to show potency.
    There is so much conflicting info on this subject on the net though... The button on top of the san pedro will grow faster but still probably wont be enough to get You high if taken on its own, pehaps take the top of the button off and use it to start more peyote plants or graft onto another san pedro,


    This site was provided to me the other day and goes into great detail about growing/grafting/cutting cacti.

    Good luck!