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DMT liquid OTHELE: Several tribes occasionally use any one of several species of
Dolichothele as a peyote-like sacrament. These include D. baumii, D.
longimamma, D. melalenca, D. sphaerica. D. surculosa, and D. uberiforma.
Recent investigations have revealed in these the presence of small amounts of
the alkaloids N-methylphenethylamine, B-O-methylsynephrine, Nmethyltryamine,
synephrine, hordenine, and dolichotheline (Nisovalerylhistamine).
MISCELLANEOUS: Several other cacti have been used by the Tarahumares as
peyote substitutes. Among these are Obregonia denegrii, Aztekium ritterii,
Astrophytum asterias, A. capricorne, A. myriostigma (Bishops cap), and Solisia
pectinata. The Tarahumares also consume a cactus which they call Mulato
(Mammillaria micromeris) and claim that it prolongs life, gives speed to runners,
and clarifies vison for mystical insights. Another cactus similarly employed is
known as Rosapara (Epitheliantha micromeris) is believed by many botanists to
be the same species as Mulato, but at a later vegetative stage. The large cactus
Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum, known locally as Cawe, has occasionally been
used as a narcotic.
What little studies have been carried out on these cacti have revealed the
presence of alkaloids most of the other species we have discussed, but no
mescaline or macromerine. Many of these alkaloids have some
psychopharmacalogical properties, but nothing to compare with those two drugs.
Furthermore, the amounts of these alkaloids are usually so small as to be
insignificant. For example, the species Obregonia denegrii contains tyramine
0.003 percent, hordenine 0.002 percent, and N-methyltyramin 0.0002 percent.
These are all known sympathomimetics, but the percentages are far too minute
to have any value. Several publications in recent years have mentioned the
sacramental use of these cacti. As a result thousands of people have obtained
these plants from cactus dealers and ingested them, usually with disappointing
(and sometimes nauseating) results. Sadly many of these cacti are quite rare. If
too many people destroy them experimentally, they may become a seriously
endangered species. The most suitable cacti for a true psychedelic experience
are peyote, which is for the most part illegal, and several species of Trichocereus
(such as San Pedro), which are still legal.
SAN PEDRO: This cactus has gained considerable fame in the past five years
after numerous reports that it is hallucinogenic, contains mescaline, and is readily
available from cactus nurseries. This plant known botanically as Trichocereus
pachanoi, is native to the Andes of Peru and Equador. Unlike the small peyote
cactus, San Pedro is large and multi-branched. In it's natural enviorment, it often
grows to heights of 10 or 15 feet. It's mescaline content is less than that of
peyote (0.3 - 1.2 percent), but because of it's great size and rapid growth, it may
provide a more economical source of mescaline than peyote. One pla
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