• Nathaniel Morris

What are the active chemicals in peyote?

Updated: Jan 23

Much like the cannabis entourage effect, peyote has many active chemicals. Just like with cannabis, the ratio and concentration of these chemicals vary widely between specimens from various locations across their native range.

“This means that two different peyote plants (from different regions) may have radically different active chemicals and therefore offer different experiences to those who consume them. ”

In addition to mescaline, they produce varying amounts of Hordenine, N-Methylmescaline, N-Acetymecaline, Pellotine, Anhalinne, Anhalonine, Anhalonidine, Anhalamine, o-Methylanhalonidine, Tyramne, Lophorine., and more than 50 other lesser-known active chemicals.

If you have questions about cannabis and peyote, check out the FAQ and use the search tool to find the answers you are looking for. If you are considering trying mesearch, Mesearch 101 is the place to get started. If you are interested in purchasing peyote or participating in future research, visit www.PeyoteAcution.com for more information.

I want to again remind everyone that I am not a doctor, and this is not intended to be medical advice. For those of you who are going to be using peyote and cannabis anyway, I hope that you are inspired to take a more scientific approach. Always talk to your health care professional before attempting any mesearch experiments.

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