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Invisibleback2growing
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anyone hunt peyote?
    #2251519 - 01/19/04 12:03 AM (13 years, 9 days ago)

i know this is the shroomery, but theres no peyotery, so i ask, anyone hunt them? whens the bst time of the year? do you find on every hunt? how much do you find?

anyone?


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: back2growing]
    #2251584 - 01/19/04 12:24 AM (13 years, 9 days ago)

peyote grows in the southwestern desert, I think in south texas, not sure but it is endangered. It is an extreamly slow growing cacti (takes about thirty years for a useuable button). It suffers from habbitat destructiona and from people who hunt it improperly, they pull the whol cacti, root and all. If they left the root, more buttons could grow. I would not harvest wild peytoe if given the chance. Other sources of mescaline exist.


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: back2growing]
    #2251639 - 01/19/04 12:52 AM (13 years, 9 days ago)

This thread belongs in the Ethnobotanical Garden forum (I think), so I'm moving it there.


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: back2growing]
    #2251970 - 01/19/04 04:16 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

yes. there needs to be some knowledge passed on to the huichol indians of mexico. they eat the entire root andbutton. and insist on it. in alot of there art work they show pictures of the root. which must make it significant to them


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: back2growing]
    #2251989 - 01/19/04 04:33 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

like gdman420 said, wild peyote is endangered by misguidet americans lookin for a trip. you really should leave wild (and all other endangered plants) alone and instead buy seeds and preserve a few peyotes in your house.


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: shriek]
    #2252021 - 01/19/04 05:01 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

very true,I agree with shriek...the only thing I beleive,IMO,that you should pick from nature are mushrooms and any entheogens that will grow back quickly and healthy also...Cacti,especailly peyote takes years and years to grow,so why even bother a special specimen like that,why even degrade yourslef that low?Let it grow man,your day will come,but until then just take it easy and be patient!
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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: pfshroomer]
    #2252050 - 01/19/04 05:36 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

Sorry to dissagre but it is not the indians who are responsible for the depletion of the wild peyote. They are some of the few people who are desperatly trying to presurve this plant and its habitat. They do understand that if the root is left it will grow new buttons. It is only in certain cerimoniesthe root is consumed. the indians also have a program of cultivating peyote for there church members so as to leave the wild ones for generations to come.
Unfortunatly The peyote is thretened by commercial collections for the black market or purification. I have read that not 20-30years ago people could fill a pick-up with peyote in 2 days, this is why the peyote should be levt in the wild.
Go th an ethnobotanical web-site and order some T. peruvianus cuttings. Much quicker, just as strong and peyote friendly.
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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: Jungle]
    #2252072 - 01/19/04 05:49 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

I never tried to blame this on the indians, but my point is the same, leave endangered plants alone. and animals for that sake.


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: the man]
    #2252134 - 01/19/04 07:07 AM (13 years, 8 days ago)

no, we need ta take a lesson from them.

they may use more of the plant than they get alkaloids from, but they harvest [traditionaly] no more than nature can replace. it is not thier fult it is almost gone.

it is not just endangered in the us, it is almost completely gone.


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Re: anyone hunt peyote? [Re: canid]
    #2253002 - 01/19/04 04:20 PM (13 years, 8 days ago)

and what a beautiful cacti it is too...could you imagine walking in the south west desert and just coming across these lovely little thing here and there. now, there's nothing. if blame should be put on anyone, it's the hippies


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