San Pedro seeds (Trichocereus bridgesii)




Let the Bolivian Torch shine in your home with these Trichocereus bridgesii (Echinopsis lageniformis) seeds. The Bolivian torch (Echinopsis lageniformis) originates from Bolivia and grows in the Andes mountains at an altitude of 3000 meters. This mind-altering Mescaline cactus reaches heights of no less than 5 meters in nature! The color of the Bolivian Torch is light green to gray bluish. Magic San Pedro Cactus is known for its psychoactive alkaloid Mescaline (3,4,5-trimethoxyphenethylamine). The San Pedro is a strong variety and therefore very suitable for growing Mesacline cacti.



Use a grow box. Fill plastic containers (5 cm) with sterilized soil, place the seeds on the soil and press gently. Place the trays in a layer of boiled water and wait until the soil on the surface becomes moist. Take out the jars and cover them with plastic wrap. Optimal temperature at this stage is between 18 ° C and 23 ° C. After a few days to weeks, green baby cacti will develop. After about 4 weeks you can start hardening. Prick 2 holes in the foil and then every other day. You can remove the plastic if there is an atmosphere under the foil as outside it. Water with boiled water or rainwater. Do not let it dry out, but also do not give too much water. After a year you can possibly repot them, be very careful with the pen root. If the cacti turn yellow they need more light, if the cacti turn red they need less water.

Storage advice

Store this product in a cool and dark place such as a kitchen cupboard and out of the reach of children.


San Pedro Trichocereus bridgesii – 100 seeds


Mescaline cactus can be dangerous for health when combined with certain drugs, alcohol or MAO inhibitors. Are you taking any medications? Always consult your doctor first and read the package insert of your medication to avoid health risks. Do not use this cactus if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not participate in traffic when in use. So don’t drive or drive other vehicles.


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