Cuzco cactus,Trichocereus cuzcoensis (( SORRY THIS PRODUCT IS OUT OF STOCK ))
Very closely related to the Peruvian Torch, Trichocereus peruvianus, the Cuzco cactus is found only in the Cuzco area of Peru. It has a densely branched body and grows to about 6 meters and produces large white fragrant flowers.
The very interesting thing about this particular cactus are its alkaloids M, Dimethyl-M and anholine. It is consumed for shamanic purposes as often as T.peruvianus and has been reported to be similar to Peyote.
For ethnobotanical collectors we now offers very superior dried flesh which has been taken from only 3mm below the skin.
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