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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