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"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
We should all read and know the rules.
BTW, that has been read to include the judicial branch as well.
just because native americans were here 400 years ago doesn't mean they own it now. Yeah, it's unfair, but part of conquering implies that you make the rules and the laws. try bringing that "It's a shamanistic native american plant that should be respected!" into a federal court and you're just gonna get laughed at and handcuffs slapped onto you.
I think Peyote/mescaline should be legal personally because I would love to pop a little psychoactives in my mouth and go dance around at a music festival. But life isn't fair.
I do have a question though about these kinds of cacti. If I ingest San Pedro like I would Peyote, will I get a cacti/mescaline trip? Or is peyote different? I'd like to experience a cacti once in my life and I've always wondered what's the difference. Is it kind of like mushrooms or marijuana where basically you know what to expect but every strain is different in it's own way? Or is it more drastic than that?
skincolormarker- Get some Pedro and use 04281969's mescaline citrate extraction tek. It works and it rocks!
Yes there are several differences between peyote and pedro. The mescaline content is much higher in peyote. But because of stupid laws we are reduced to making high quality mescaline from landscaping cactus lol. That is not saying that San Pedro is not a sacred plant. Check out Erowid.org under peyote. It explains it very well.