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Buy Mescaline Online. Mescaline Powder is an innovative hallucinogen which is obtained from the small, spineless cactus Peyote (Lophophora williamsi). Mescaline Powder is used primarily as a recreational drug and is also used to supplement various types of meditation and psychedelic therapy. Mescaline powder may be highly addictive, as it offers high euphoria to the patient which may lead to habitual need.Buy mescaline powder online
HOW TO USE MESCALINE POWDER?
• The hallucinogenic dose for Mescaline powder should be between 0.3 and 0.5 grams which are equivalent to about 5 grams of dried peyote as it lasts about 12 hours.
• Users typically experience visual hallucinations, and radically altered states of consciousness often experienced as pleasurable and illuminating.
WHAT ARE THE SIDE-EFFECTS OF MESCALINE POWDER?
Side effects of mescaline use may include:
• Racing heartbeat
• A headache
• Troubled breathing
WHAT ARE THE PRECAUTIONS OF MESCALINE POWDER?
• The patients with prior diseases/medical conditions like heart problems, breathing disorders, mental illness, or impotence should seek their doctors before starting the course of this treatment.
• Alcohol or marijuana intake with this medicine may lead to extreme dizziness or even drowsiness.
• Pregnant women or women desiring pregnancy must not take this tablet. Even for the mothers in their breastfeeding period, doctors recommend the less or no usage of this drug.
WHAT ARE THE INTERACTIONS OF MESCALINE POWDER?
Interaction with disease:
• Liver disease
• Kidney disease
• Heart problems
• Irregular periods
Interaction with Food/Drug:
Mescaline, also known as 3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine, is a hallucinogenic drug that occurs naturally in certain cacti plants native to the southwest United States, Mexico, and South America. These plants include the peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii), the San Pedro cactus (Trichocereus pachanoi), and the Peruvian Torch cactus (Trichocereus peruvianus).
Mescaline has been used by Native Americans for thousands of years in religious ceremonies and for the treatment of various physical ailments. Although the use of mescaline products is illegal in the United States, peyote is recognized as a sacrament in the Native American Church of North America.
When peyote is used in religious ceremonies, it is exempt from its classification as a Schedule I controlled drug under the 1994 American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA).
Also Known As: Mescaline is also sometimes known as peyote, buttons, moon, and cactus.
Drug Class: Mescaline is classified as a hallucinogen.
Common Side Effects: People who take mescaline may experience unpleasant side effects including anxiety, rapid heartbeat, tremors, hallucinations, and psychosis.
How to Recognize Mescaline
When naturally-derived, mescaline is found in the fruit or button-shaped seeds that grow on the outside of the cactus, which are cut off and dried and then eaten or sliced, boiled, and drunk as a tea. These buttons can also be dried and ground into an off-white powder put into pill capsules or smoked with tobacco.
Mescaline can also be produced through chemical synthesis. Mescaline sulfate is the pure form of the drug and appears as a white crystalline material.
What Does Mescaline Do?
The effects of mescaline last for 10 to 12 hours, although the use of mescaline as a sacrament takes place over two days. As a hallucinogenic or psychedelic drug, mescaline induces an altered state of consciousness where people experience altered thinking and perception. People often describe this state as enjoyable, euphoric, and dream-like.
Visual hallucinations are a common effect of mescaline use, and people often describe distortions in their experience of time.
What the Experts Say
There is little research on mescaline use and its effects. But there have been some limited studies on its frequency of use, the potential for overdose, and effects on mental health.
Research suggests that:
- Recreational use tends to be uncommon. Although peyote can be used by Native Americans legally for ceremonial purposes, a small proportion uses the substance recreationally. While the research available is not extensive, in one study of 89 Native American adolescents, only 10 (11.2%) reported the illicit use of peyote. Most of them said they had only used illicit peyote once or twice in their lifetime.2 Those who had used illicit peyote were more likely to report low levels of social support, low levels of self-esteem, and low identification with Native American culture, although they had similar levels of involvement in Native American traditional practices as those who did not use illicit mescaline.
- Mescaline poisoning is rare. Another study of the California Poison Control System database for the years 1997 to 2008 showed that during that time there were only 31 cases of mescaline poisoning.
- Mescaline use is not linked to mental health issues. A study published in PLOS One found that not only was there no link between the use of psychedelic drugs (which included LCD and mescaline) and mental health problems. In fact, the study found that the use of these substances was actually linked to a lower risk of mood disorders, psychosis, anxiety disorders, and psychological distress.3
There has been limited research on mescaline’s potential medical uses. Some speculation suggests that the drug may have used in the treatment of alcoholism and depression, but more research is needed.
Common Side Effects
According to one study, commonly reported effects of taking mescaline included:
- Hallucinations, or seeing or hearing things that are not there or have no actual basis in reality. Although hallucinations are an expected or even desired effect of hallucinogenic drugs, sometimes users find them much more troubling or frightening than expected, and, although users typically know hallucinations that occur in a mescaline intoxicated state are not real, they can cause a lot of confusion and distress.
- Tachycardia, or rapid heart rate. This was defined as a heart rate of over 100 beats per minute (bpm). While there may not be severe physical consequences of tachycardia for mescaline users, a fast heart rate can sometimes create anxiety in users, which can further speed up heart rate. Users can feel panicky, particularly if they are worried that using the drug is causing heart problems.
- Agitation, an emotional state of nervousness or nervous excitement, can occur out of nowhere when people take mescaline. It can also result from excessive worrying about other symptoms such as whether hallucinations are real or and perceived heart problems. Agitation can quickly turn to panic for people who have taken hallucinogens, which can lead to dangerous agitated behavior such as running off into unsafe environments like city streets with traffic, or rural areas with environmental hazards such as heights, swamps, etc.
Less common effects included seizures, loss of consciousness, and vomiting.