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needing cactus identification
    #2994469 - 08/12/04 04:45 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

perhaps bolivain torch? what are its optimal growth conditions recommended amount and preparation of ingestion.... :stoned: does one know of a method of obtaining seeds of this type of cacti in the US?


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: soShroomHungry]
    #2994514 - 08/12/04 05:28 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

hehe how cute. bolivian torch.. Do you mean, Peruvian Torch? Trichocereus peruvianus? Those long spines remind me of a Trich Bridgesii.. thats what I think it is.. Very nice cacti you got there.. One could cut out the core, cut out the spines, dry and powder, then make a beverage with the powder.. or you could run it through a juicer.. That looks like some potent cacti you got there so be carefull.


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: soShroomHungry]
    #2994568 - 08/12/04 06:37 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

ahh, cute 'bolivian torches'!
i think he meant bridgesii...
i don't know why mine never gets to root its been sitting for months...


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: felixhigh]
    #2994578 - 08/12/04 06:46 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

you gotta talk sweet to it FelixH, Give it little kisses

Does anyone else notice, that amoung all the trichocereus cacti that Peruvian torch hurts signifcantly worse when you stick yourself? When I get poked by a pedro (har har.. not fucked, but poked) it only hurts for a short period while the peruvianus tend to hurt for at least 3 days afterwards.. I get stabbed pretty hard because i'm out harvesting them nearly once a month. Its almost like the PTorches carry some sort of poison in them...


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: Aneglakya]
    #2994610 - 08/12/04 07:30 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

hahaha
they're too spiny for kissing pal... =P

on the needles... indeed, peruvianus and spachianus are the worst needles... i don't think it's poison, i believe it's just microscopic 'splinters' that hurt...


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: felixhigh]
    #2995426 - 08/12/04 01:42 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

That looks like some potent cacti you got there so be carefull."
    is there a way to visually estimate the potency? i blended about three to four feet of very thin bridgesii and WOW. the only problem now is that we ATE IT ALL now gotta wait a few years for the pups to grow...but there are many :wink: any pointers on optimal growth conditions?


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Re: needing cactus identification [Re: soShroomHungry]
    #2995826 - 08/12/04 03:46 PM (12 years, 3 months ago)

It looks a lot like a bridgesii but I certainly couldn't say for sure. Best thing to do is let them root and plant them. You might have enough for a decent but not heavy trip from the one center cut and root the other two. I'd plant them all but that's just me.

Another thing it could be is long spined peruvianus. I think pereskiopsis spines are the worst because they come off and stay in you. The others will just pull back out. My peres garden is building up slowly.


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