The hallucinogenic chemical mescaline is found in the little, spineless cactus known as Lophophora Williamsii (peyote). Indigenous peoples have employed these sacred cacti for countless years in religious rituals. This specific variety develops a single head that, when it is fully grown, will bear lovely pink blooms.

Afterward, the blossoms will develop little berries with seeds. These cacti are around six months old and were produced from seeds. They are shipped bare root and are around the size of a quarter.

They have soft hairy tuffs rather than needles and are green to blueish green in hue. They produce little flowers in shades of pink, white, and purple. When conditions are ideal, peyote often blooms around the third year mark.