Botanicals


04/13/16
Totem Pole Cactus
It's native to Mexico and parts of Southern Arizona, USA. These cactus form large shrubs that are 5-15 meters or more in height, with stout stems that reach up to 1 meter in diameter.
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Golden Barrel, Horse Crippler (Echinocactus grusonii)
It grows extremely fast with a few requirements. It needs an average winter temperature of 12 degrees C, and excellent drainage. It's also advised not to over water this cactus in the winter time.




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Peruvian Torch Cactus (Trichocereus peruvianus)

                  The Peruvian Torch Cactus grows in the native land of Peruvian Shamans. High up in the Andean mountain deserts in Peru and Ecuador, this entheogenic cacti thrives. It's very closely related to the San Pedro species. As a result, fans of the San Pedro often seek out this cacti as an alternative. The use of cactus among humans dates back thousands of years to the northern most coast located in Peru and the monks of a culture known as Chavin (900 BC to 200 BC)

A brew called "achuma", "huachuma" or "cimora" was prepared and consumed during ritualistic ceremonies for diagnosing the spiritual links to the patient's illness. This information is provided for research purposes only. Unless you have the religious right to do so, most cacti are illegal to consume in the USA. Many of them have a vast history of use by Shamans and other cultures as a spiritual sacrament.

Cultivation of the various species on this website is not that difficult at all and anyone can grow them, even from seed. Organic soil or compost is highly recommended as it provides healthy food for your plants. Adding up to 50% perlite to your compost helps. Perlite is a white, porous volcanic glass that is used in soil mixtures to increase drainage. This allows the surface are to retain water without letting the soil get too soggy. Mist the top layer before adding the cactus seeds. After misting , press your seeds into the surface of the soil. Crowding is fine because later on you can separate them. Do not cover the seeds with soil as they need light to germinate. Take a clear plastic wrap and cover the whole container.


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