Peyote (Lophophora williamsii)

€ 25,00
Net weight: 0,03 Kg
Gross weight: 0,03 Kg
Dimensions (l,w,h): 5 x 5 x 3 cm
Description

Lophophora williamsii is a cactus also known as Peyote.

Localy the cactus is called peyotl. Yotl means hearth. Peyotl means briliant or shining hearth. The plant of the hearth. The cactus is used in ceremonies and in rituals as a sacrament to alter conciousness and open the hearth.

Known for its psychoactive properties when ingested, peyote is used worldwide as an entheogen and supplement to various trancendence practices, including meditation, psychonautics and psychedelic psychotherapy. Peyote has a long history of ritualistic and medicinal use by indigenous Americans. It flowers from March through May, and sometimes as late as September. The flowers are pink.