Saturday, February 9, 2013

100 Grams Peruvian Torch Powdered Incense


3 Ounces of Peruvian Torch Powdered Incense

Peruvian Torch cactus contains mescaline, the psychedelic found in peyote.  It generally contains higher amounts of mescaline than its San Pedro cousin and produces a high that’s all its own due to its unique blend of alkaloids.  The main problem with these lovely legal cacti is the preparation, which can take literally days when you count the time needed to peel, de-spine, dry and crush the gooey plant material.  It’s rare to find powdered P. Torch for this reason.
I took the stinky green powder (which reeks of cactus goo) and placed it into gel caps to avoid the disgusting taste and texture.  (It can also be mixed into Jell-O or ice cubes, but I have no problem downing multiple capsules so I chose this method).  I consumed the cactal material over the course of an hour to minimize nausea…and failed miserably.  Within 30 minutes, I was drowning in the turbulent sea of mescaline nausea that its users accept as “part of the journey, ma’an”.  Ugh.  I managed to avoid vomiting despite copious amounts of saliva production and fell headlong into that familiar feeling of trippy goodness within an hour.
If you haven’t tried mescaline, I’d describe the experience as more energetic and “sparkly” than the melting skies and breathing walls of a shroom trip.  The high is very controllable and laced with majestic closed-eye visuals that blow tryptamine CEVs out of the water.  These visuals are most intense during the first 2-3 hours and are followed by the peak—which consists of tons of energy/tactile stimulation and lasts about an hour.  The next 6-8 hours are filled with the same euphoric sensations of gradually decreasing intensity.
Since potency varies greatly from plant to plant, it can be difficult to get “the right dose” with one cactus of unknown potency.  This is another area where the powdered form outshines whole cactus, as it’s made from the inner green flesh of several cacti rather than just one.  The result is a homogenized—if not standardized—dose of somewhat-predictable potency. 

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Friday, February 8, 2013

Best source of Peruvian Torch and San Pedro Incense

Lets talk about San Pedro and Peruvian Torch Incense Powder

Peruvian Torch Incense Powder is heavily sought after and hardly captured.The best sources for San Pedro and Peruvian torch vary and most online stores charge a fortune.Most retailers sell for $1.00 to $1.15 a gram. That means that you would pay an upwards of $450.00 for a pound.The problem is that most retailers have limited stock or they lose the ability to sell such items because they lose they merchant account and the ability to take credit cards.

Some people cannot tell the difference between San Pedro or Peruvian Torch powder.It is hard to determine by sight alone.Some people say they can smell it or they can tell by the effects.There is no sense in arguing the fact,unless you are a scientist with proper lab equipment or you grew the succulent yourself and know the type or strain,you haven't a clue of what type of succulent it is.

Some many people are Legal High and Erowid scholars.They read a few articles and suddenly they are an expert dosage ,suppliers and law..These are the few individuals that keep the misinforming the public about Entheogens. Erowid is a great source for information ,but it should not be a rubric for all uncontrolled or controlled substances.Just research the plant by its scientific name to get a better understanding of the plants spirit and culture surrounding the plants origination.

The Entheogenic community is growing and the demand for these products has increased. Unfortunately, the supply is extremely lower than the demand. This drives prices higher and creates a false sense of scarcity.For plenty of  people,when its in season they say,"Its time to stock up!" But in all actually it is better to order a smaller quantity before making a huge purchase.Contact the seller and ask if they have smaller quantities before you spend $400.00 on a pound of old green powder from who knows where. We have purchased product from the 3 companies listed below.Read our review


Top 2 choices for Peruvian Torch Incense Powder in the USA


  1. Natural Ether
  2. Heavenly Products

Natural Ether

Product is always fresh.They offer real Same Day shipping.Prices are affordable.Product source is Bali,Indonesia.Free shipping in the USA.Direct contact through Facebook. ( no Minimum purchase)Natural Ether became popular on Amazon,Bonanza and E Bay  They have excellent  feedback on all websites they do business with.This company doesn't have a lot of products ,but their quality is exceptional.

Heavenly Products

Prices are moderate to expensive.Overall Good product - Deliver is pretty quick and the Cactus smells and looks pretty good. There are time limit on quantities and the company is trustworthy and respected in the Entheogenic / Botanical community. Downside to this company is the 25.00 minimum purchase ,so if you wanted to sample any of their products you will have to spend more money.Product source is marketed as being from Peru.




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Monday, December 10, 2012

“Green Flash” Peruvian Torch Cactus Chips

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FLESH ONLY - No core, No spines
Traditional preparation of Peruvian Torch involves boiling the sliced whole cactus for long periods of time with various admixtures, such as micha (Brugmansia suaveolens) and cimorillo (Coleus blumei). The modern method is by directly consuming the dried flesh of Trichocereus peruvianus with water, the juice of a lemon is added in order to produce an acidic solution that allows for better absorption of the main alkaloids


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Friday, November 30, 2012

San Pedro Cactus Powder Incense




San Pedro Cactus Powder
Freshly Harvested
The San Pedro cactus is a hallucinogenic variety that grows naturally in the desert regions of northern Mexico and the southern United States.
San Pedro has a history of traditional use among native American tribes as a shamanic teacher plant that can give visions of an alternate reality or the spirit world.
Traditional preparation of San Pedro involves boiling the sliced whole cactus for long periods of time with various admixtures, such as micha (Brugmansia suaveolens) and cimorillo (Coleus blumei). The modern method is by directly consuming the dried flesh of Trichocereus peruvianus with water, the juice of a lemon is added in order to produce an acidic solution that allows for better absorption of the main alkaloids. When the dried material is powdered the likelihood of stomach pains and vomiting is considerably reduced.
Not for human consumption, sold for research,educational or botanical purposes only.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

THE SAN PEDRO (AND PERUVIAN TORCH) CACTUS INCENSE

tanical Name: Echinopsis peruvianus, Trichocereus Peruvianus
Other names: San Pedro
Family: Cactaceae; Cereus Subdivision
Distribution: Peru, Ecuador


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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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I took the stinky green powder (which reeks of cactus goo) and placed it into gel caps to avoid the disgusting taste and texture.  (It can also be mixed into Jell-O or ice cubes, but I have no problem downing multiple capsules so I chose this method).  I consumed the cactal material over the course of an hour to minimize nausea…and failed miserably.  Within 30 minutes, I was drowning in the turbulent sea of mescaline nausea that its users accept as “part of the journey, ma’an”.  Ugh.  I managed to avoid vomiting despite copious amounts of saliva production and fell headlong into that familiar feeling of trippy goodness within an hour.
If you haven’t tried mescaline, I’d describe the experience as more energetic and “sparkly” than the melting skies and breathing walls of a shroom trip.  The high is very controllable and laced with majestic closed-eye visuals that blow tryptamine CEVs out of the water.  These visuals are most intense during the first 2-3 hours and are followed by the peak—which consists of tons of energy/tactile stimulation and lasts about an hour.  The next 6-8 hours are filled with the same euphoric sensations of gradually decreasing intensity.
Since potency varies greatly from plant to plant, it can be difficult to get “the right dose” with one cactus of unknown potency.  This is another area where the powdered form outshines whole cactus, as it’s made from the inner green flesh of several cacti rather than just one.  The result is a homogenized—if not standardized—dose of somewhat-predictable potency.
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Thursday, September 13, 2012

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Scientific Name: Echinopsis peruviana (Britton & Rose) Friedrich & G.D.Rowley

Synonym: Cereus rosei, Trichocereus torataensis, Trichocereus tacnaensis, Trichocereus peruvianus, Trichocereus pachanoi

Family: Cactaceae


The Peruvian Torch Cactus is an Andrean mountain desert plant known for its psychedelic alkaloids. As potent as peyote, this cactus derives its high-inspiring qualities from mescaline. Mescaline is a popular and illegal drug, reported to have been used by such creative figures as Pablo Picasso and Aldous Huxley. Mescaline distorts the user's vision, particularly amplifying intense patterns to produce a kaleidoscope effect.


Growth

The plant is bluish-green in colour, with frosted stems, and 6-9 broadly rounded ribs; it has large, white flowers. It can grow up to 3-6 meters tall, with stems up to 8-18 cm in diameter; it is fully erect to begin with, but later possibly arching over, or even becoming prostrate. Groups of 6-8 honey-coloured to brown rigid spines, up to 4 cm in length, with most about 1 cm, are located at the nodes, which are evenly spaced along the ribs, up to approximately 2.5 cm apart
Cuttings

Like many other plants, Echinopsis peruviana can be propagated from cuttings. The result is a genetic clone of the parent plant.[2] For example, the top 15 cm end of a cactus column can be cleanly removed with a knife. The cutting can be left to heal for about two weeks in the scattered or indirect light, by laying it upon its side. Be aware that it should be kept away from excessive moisture that will encourage growth of an opportunistic infection and receive good airflow at this time. The plant will heal by forming a calloused seal to withstand bacterial and fungal attack such as mold. The unrooted cutting can be either kept upright in a propped up position for an extended period of time (2+ years) without harm . Often roots will emerge from the lowest point of the plant between 3–6 months time. Rooting hormone is not required and its use may damage the soft tissues of the plant, giving rise to bacterial or fungal rot that may kill the clone.
Cuttings may be planted after the formation of a callus and before the emergence of roots in either a small pot or directly in the ground. Cuttings should be set far enough below the surface of the soil to ensure stability until the root network is formed as well as access to moisture.