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Lophophora williamsii (Peyote)

Lophophora williamsii (Peyote)

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📍 Native to North America and commonly known as peyote and belongs to the Cactaceae family.

🌡️Its ideal lighting is partial sun and the minimum temperature is 0ºC.

🌸Its flowering occurs in spring.

💧Its irrigation is recommended from March to October.

🚀 Their development improves by providing nutrition with Desert CHOICE Cactaceae.

Grown only in mineral substrate, which gives more strength and resistance. They are all over 20 years old.

Each Lophophora belongs to the number that appears when purchasing. The end customer will receive the same specimen purchased, including the pot, substrate and covering aggregate.

* As this is an online purchase, the appearance of the item sent may vary slightly from the product image. The plant's measurements are specified in the photo description, but this may also vary slightly, because it is a living being! Each of the Desert CITY plants has unique characteristics.

In 2004 in Spain, the SCO order 190/2004 of January 28 established a list of plants whose sale to the public was prohibited or restricted due to their toxicity. The order included a total of 197 species and, for security reasons, their use was restricted to the manufacture of medicines, homeopathic strains and research. Therefore, the free sale of these plants to the public was prohibited (except for industrial or cosmetic ornamental purposes).

And that list included the cactus Lophophora williansii . Which caused great confusion .

This cactus has always been cultivated in Spain as an ornamental plant by collectors and it was never intended to be a medicinal plant. Therefore, in 2004 this collectible cactus for ornamental use was not affected. Although there were certain misinterpretations by the public and the media at the time

But this order was also annulled by a ruling of the National Court (Litigation-Administrative Chamber, fourth section) of June 27, 2005 and therefore does not apply to the medicinal plant market. Although later Law 29/2006 corrected this circumstance in its article 51.2. But this new list has NOT been developed to date.

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