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Differences between mescaline cacti

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- Sat, 12 Feb 2022 13:45:37 EST HcwY+WP8 No.912075
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Do different mescaline cacti feel different to you, or are they all pretty much feel identical?
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Shitting Bludgechad - Sat, 12 Feb 2022 20:44:39 EST n/1GNshB No.912079 Reply
>>912075
Only taken it via San Pedro a few times and I mostly remember it felt pretty pukey
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Fanny Sonkinhall - Sat, 12 Feb 2022 23:02:37 EST zHqr2wcj No.912081 Reply
>>912075
i know that bridgessi feels awesome and not pukey.
Although I did not eat feet of dried cactus powder and instead made tea/ ate the cactus fresh

I knoow that peruvian torch def felt different than bridgessi in the fact it was like a little less sleepy, but it could have been the environment i was in too. one was in a vastly different energy filled upbeat alive environemtn ( suwannee music park) and one was laying in a secluded tree zone in a hammock just being with it .

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