San Pedro: Availiable in headshops?

Discussion in 'Peyote & San Pedro' started by jonny thaiwongy, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. jonny thaiwongy

    jonny thaiwongy Newbie

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    I was just wondering if it is legal and if so can you buy it in headshops, in ireland, or the uk?
     
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    Google it. Can be bought in both dry, fresh (cut) or potted.
     
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    I know of several headshops in the Dublin area which stock bohe dried San Pedro and Peruvian Torch as well as live peyote buttons.
     
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    SWIM just treated himself to a potted speciman for his birthday. To top it off his x-girlfriend just bought him this and he didnt even hint.
     
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    jonny thaiwongy Newbie

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    yes boy im delighted now... gunna hit up dublin on thursday as its legal can swim ask hypothetically ask how much it would cost... in terms of pints? or whatever?
     
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    !! I wouldn't mind that at all !!

    My friends are becoming worried about swim though, nearly everyday he comes home with some odd looking goo or handfull of seeds...
    They might put swim into rehab if he turned up with a book like that.

    Also, to keep with the topic, you can buy san pedro in garden centers, you can prolly actually order it in fairly easily as they are easy to grow and they do it bloody fast.

    EDIT: Weight its normally done in, unless your buying a potted plant.
     
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    Afraid not, although I don't think You will find it too expensive.