Light green San Pedro

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Light green San Pedro

Postby Jedilost1 » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:50 am

I had a recent GREAT experience with San Pedro cactus. It was so comforting of a psychedelic

I recently came upon some cuttings from a friend and have some left over I might make into a tea to drink

Please see attached image, these are light green for most part

I had always taken dark green sections of the cactus for use

Any issues I may come across if I use these?

Thank youImage

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Re: Light green San Pedro

Postby GreenInyan » Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:15 am

You may very well lose a few cacti. That might be the most important issue I can think of. I would personally propagate these first. Perhaps take a few areole cuttings if nothing else and graft those. Once you have ensured their continued survival you can feel free to do with them as you might please.
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Re: Light green San Pedro

Postby Jedilost1 » Sat Oct 21, 2017 11:13 pm

GreenInyan wrote:You may very well lose a few cacti. That might be the most important issue I can think of. I would personally propagate these first. Perhaps take a few areole cuttings if nothing else and graft those. Once you have ensured their continued survival you can feel free to do with them as you might please.
Thanks! I've planted the light green ones and juiced another set of darker green ones

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