San Pedro

Also called Huachuma, this cactus is native to the Andes Mountains and has been used for healing and religious purposes for thousands of years by South American shamans.  San Pedro is considered a Sacred Plant .

The exact dose for each participant  will be personally adjusted as needed and they will be guided through this experience of expansion and heightened spiritual awareness.

While there is not much clinical publishings on the benefits of micro-dosing on plant medicines like as San Pedro due to various restrictive laws that has prohibited research  people around the world are successfully them as a replacement for anti-depressants, mood stabilisers and creativity boosters.

 The benefits of microdosing San Pedro or taking a Peruvian torch or peyote microdose may include:

* Anxiety relief

* Mood enhancement

* Mental clarity & out of the box problem solving

* Self-reflection

* Motivation and energy

* Creativity

* Empathy with other people

* Sociability and extroversion

* Heightened Intuition

​* Appetite suppressant ​

Many users find the mescaline experience more consistently reliable, as well as further-reaching in terms of personal benefit, than LSD and psilocybin.

Of course, mescaline also has a much longer history of use, and this apparently goes for microdoses too.

The (Rarámuri) Indians, for example, have used small amounts of peyote while hunting, allowing them to stalk deer for days on end without rest.

One user remarked on how easy it was to enter a state of  flowArtists in regions where mescaline cacti grow wild are said to microdose for much the same reason.


Includes ONE LITTER of LIQUID SAN PEDRO prepared in the traditional ways of Peruvian curanderos.

Special price if you want more than one liter.

You will also have a following up of your intentions via Whatsapp with Naysha Silva, and checkings for see how microdosing is working for you.

Benefits of San Pedro and Mescaline microdosing Mescaline is the main the chemical component of San Pedro.  


Risks of Mescaline and mescaline-containing cacti are among the safest psychedelics, with a long history of responsible ceremonial use and not one single recorded case of a fatal overdose ever.​

However, there are some potential risks to be aware of, as well as a number of specific contraindications.

Vasoconstriction (the constriction of blood vessels and elevation of blood pressure) may be an issue, particularly during strenuous physical activity,although this is less likely to be a problem with microdosing.

For the same reason, it should never be combined with blood pressure medications. In fact, anyone with high blood pressure or heart problems should avoid taking mescaline in general.[

Due to the risk of fetal abnormalities and other complications, it should also be avoided by pregnant or breastfeeding women —despite the reputed traditional use of peyote by Huichol women during pregnancy.

Evidence suggests mescaline may be dangerous in combination with a number of other substances, including tramadol, immunomodulators, alcohol, and stimulants. Also be aware of MAOIs (monoamine oxidase inhibitors), present in some antidepressants (e.g. Marplan, Nardil) and foods containing tyramine (aged cheeses, cured meats, fermented soy products, beer, sauerkraut, etc.).

Although not an established contraindication for mescaline, MAOIs could worsen the nausea associated with whole cactus preparations and may even be dangerous in combination.

Mescaline may or may not be safe in combination with cannabis. One user started to shake after smoking weed while microdosing mescaline, which could have something to do with vasoconstriction—although in this case heavy exercise without eating could also have been to blame.Research into mescaline, and especially its frequent use for microdosing, is limited, which makes this section a work in progress. It’s always a good idea to consult your physician before microdosing any new substance—especially if you have an existing medical condition.

How to micro-dose on San PedroMicro-dosing is not an exact science, it is something you and Naysha will find together.

The best thing about these medicines is they do not have any adverse aide effects as they are not addictive and you can simply stop taking them if they don't work for you. 

It is important to take San Pedro first thing in the morning as it is a stimulant and may disrupt your sleep if you take it at night.

Many  microcode San Pedro  everyday as it is a very small amount, Dr. James Fadiman however suggests microdosing no more than once every three days. That means taking a microdose on Day 1 and Day 4 from whenever you start your schedule, but not on Day 2 or Day 3. At the end of the day its up to you to find what works for you. 

You should observe the effects throughout this process and, ideally, keep notes in a daily journal.

Be sure to include both short-term, in-the-moment effects and long-term changes to your mood, energy, and social behavior. And be especially observant on the two days between microdoses, since this is when many people report increased feelings of flow, creativity, and energy. In line with Fadiman’s protocol, the process of microdosing twice per week should continue for several weeks. But you should otherwise follow your daily routine. Don’t change what you do. The purpose is to enhance, not replace, your day-to-day lifestyle by integrating microdosing into it.

Naysha Silva will be guiding you thourhg this procces hand by hand .

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Despite this, people all over the world are swearing by this technique by exploring the further frontiers of their consciousness and reclaiming their right to adult sovereignty over it. You can read more about Dr Fadiman’s research in his more recent book “The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide”, a how-to manual for safe and therapeutic psychedelic experiences.

Below you can read benefits people have experienced when microdosing with San Pedro:

“… what I notice is a slightly stimulating and uplifting feeling with clear thinking. I feel less likely to block my emotions and to avoid psychological problems, but going about my day more natural and easy as I feel uplifted and noticeably happier.” @sentienttree

“The first days, I was experiencing a deep sense of calm and emotional security, total lack of any anxieties or fears. My outlook was calmly happy as were my interactions. I decided to begin a new routine of running in the mornings after my dose. My inspiration levels were increasing as the days went on, I was coming up with new ideas for my business, even drawing and painting. Never with a rushed mindset always calm and sure of my actions.” @Raddisher

 "I seem to just love the therapeutic medicine these low doses give me - as with psilocybin the many alkaloid mimic serotonin and I think this is one of the most pleasant mood lifters to date that I've encountered. With San Pedro powder I'll feel for 5 minutes meditating or with my eyes closed - then go off and do something and I can come back to it again and its there. Truly an amazing spirit." @Awooga