Mescaline Cacti : Peyote

Archaeological evidence traces at least a three thousand year history of mescaline cacti use.

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The knowledge of peyote or Lophophora williamsii use is comparitively well known. Its original ancient use was confined to the small area of northern Mexico where it was found. Archaeological evidence traces at least a three-thousand-year history with peyote among various northern Mexican Indians.

The ceremonial peyote use of Huichol, Tarahumara and the Cora Indians of Mexico probably most resembles preconquest forms but in the last century a more modern sacramental use has spread across North America. Though much repressed ancient use led to a new AmerIndian religion. But as it was the Kiowa and Comanche Indians who apparently first learned of the native plant from the Native Mexicans, a Kiowa-Comanche type of ceremony is performed north of the Mexican border today. Success of the new religion led to further strong opposition from churches and the U.S. government, and it wasn't until 1994 that the Native Americans could practice their religion openly and with legal protection.

Peyote contains mescaline and various other phenylethylamines and isoquinolines.

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