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Psychedelic cactus ( mescaline)
#1
Can I still legally buy;

Peyote (Lophophora williamsii) 
San Pedro (Trichocereus pachanoi). 

Could like some to display in my home.

Thanks,

Intresting link;
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa.../psb14.htm
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#2
The PSA shouldn't have any impact on the law affecting mescaline-containing cactuses. The drug that they contain is controlled under the MoDA and the PSA exempts anything already controlled by the MoDA. As was the case prior to the PSA, cacti are not considered consumable and are not themselves drugs. Preparation of the cactus for consumption would likely be considered production of a controlled drug, but if your use is as a decorative plant that's not something that you need to worry about. Whether availability has been affected by the PSA is another matter - they probably won't be available in head-shops or the websites that used to supply ethnobotanicals, so a specialist cactus grower may be your best option.
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Thanks nif
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#4
yup there is no problem with live cactii, I have lots of them for decorative purposes, particularly San Pedro as I like the fact they are fast growing (winter on the way though so dormant period).

Specialist cactii shops are the way forwards, or ebay.
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