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Was looking for San Pedro cactus to grow and eventually try for the first time. Also other active cacti like Peruvian torch. First been reading up a shit ton about them, identification crash courses,

No. 4 is definitely the Trichocereus pachanoi. Looks like you have a natural supply springing up all around you. I once had about 20 12-footers on my patio. The cat would drag in needles which subs

Went to home deeps yesterday, the cacti were going fast. So I picked up 2 of the last ones. Fuck it, there's a good chance they are the real deal. Got the two I pictured the other day cause they were

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1 hour ago, Queen Isabella said:

I wonder if you could clean some of the leftover fats out with a quick naphtha wash . Would that be possible.

Like deems? I don't see why not, but they don't bother me as I know it's a considerable amount less than a tea. Wife did not report any nausea at all like heroic doses of mush. Usually I guinea pig myself but I had to work the next morning that night. In all fairness she did help with the extraction process. 

 

1 hour ago, Niidaho said:

Nice job ! Has anyone heard of cactus Kate out of Cali ? Supposed to have some good stock .

Have not heard. eBay? Cool name

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That's awesome psycho! At least you know the one you extracted from is active, and awesome there was no nausea. When I did an A/B ex, I got mesc hcl crystals (obv used hydrochloric acid to salt out instead of vinegar) and 800mg fucked with my stomach like crazy.

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It makes the cactus about 0.4% active. I could have lost some in the extract. So let's say 0.5% active. Is that good?

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So can anyone have a reliable source.im going to have to pull them inside for the winter so I would hate to raise a dud lol.from what I have read that's on the uper side for Pedro .i think it was like .02 to .06 .but I read it last year so don't  quote me .i have got to try an extraction.to cool .

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Hillbilly

How's everything growing for everyone? 

I thought I'd bump this old thread and hopefully everyone shares pictures of their successful growing. 

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12 hours ago, Hillbilly said:

How's everything growing for everyone? 

I thought I'd bump this old thread and hopefully everyone shares pictures of their successful growing. 

It’s been a while since I’ve seen your cactus 😃

Care to post some pics?

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13 hours ago, mushmouth said:

It’s been a while since I’ve seen your cactus 😃

Care to post some pics?

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Nice mushmouth!  I have a hard time getting enough light for my cacti.

Here’s a new pup on my San Pedro.

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9 minutes ago, El_Piraña said:

Nice mushmouth!  I have a hard time getting enough light for my cacti.

Here’s a new pup on my San Pedro.

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Sweet!!! Do you use any artificial light?

Yep. They did well through the summer out on the front porch. Not so much after I brought them in for the winter. I did take a picture to compare when spring comes.

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Yeah they love to be out in the sunlight. I used to put mine out too, but have been in an apartment for a couple years now so I don’t have a good spot to put them.

we have some grow lights, but my wife’s got a lot of other plants too, and they just don’t have the same needs as the cactus. So it gets thin growth. I need to figure out a new spot to dedicate to these.

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I'll have some of those soon enough. more to come!!

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