DIY Mescaline: How to Explore San Pedro Without a Guide

Note: see the very bottom of this article to learn more about a short film we shot in Ecuador about the use of wild-harvested San Pedro. Filmed under the influence of the cactus itself.

San Pedro (Echinopsis pachanoi) is a cactus native to the Andean slopes of Ecuador and Peru. It is the South American cousin to peyote, and most notably contains the psychoactive…

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Cacao farmer, rainforest conservationist, chocolate entrepreneur, and metaphysical explorer based in Ecuador.

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Cacao farmer, rainforest conservationist, chocolate entrepreneur, and metaphysical explorer based in Ecuador.

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