Mescaline

Mescaline is a hallucinogenic drug that occurs naturally in a cactus called Peyote (Lophophora williamsi) and in certain types of beans. The upper portion of the cactus plant consists of disc-shaped buttons that are cut, dried and soaked in water to produce Mescaline in liquid. The drug is increasingly being used for recreational purposes due to its perception-altering properties.

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Upon taking the drug mescaline, a person may experience visual hallucinations and lose their sense of existence. The user is transported to a ‘higher’ state of mind which is often accompanied with joyfulness and elation. The person may lose all their worries and fears and achieve a state of calm and peace for a short period of time. Euphoria, uncontrolled laughter and blurred vision are some of the other effects a person may experience. If used excessively over a long period of time, mescaline abuse can cause anxiety, tachycardia, nausea, headache and dizziness.

Mescaline Hallucinogen

During the ‘trip,’ users may experience exaggerated emotions, mood swings, confusion and a false sense of supremacy, which may lead to self-harm or personal injury. Although mescaline is not physically addictive in terms of creating withdrawal symptoms, chances of psychological dependence are present. A person may continue using the drug to revisit the feeling of elation or ‘high’ of a trip. If you or anyone close to you is showing signs of Mescaline abuse, the best way to deal with that is to enter a formal rehabilitation program which can effectively detect the triggers causing the addiction and help them recover using professional recovery methods.

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Other Names for Mescaline

The hallucinogenic drug mescaline is also known by other names such as:

  • Buttons: Mescaline is extracted from the button shaped structures found on the crowns of the Peyote cactus plant. The buttons are cut, sliced and dried to obtain Mescaline. Many users may refer to the drug using this slang term to keep things simple and stealthy.
  • Cactus: Another common slang term used for Mescaline in view of the Peyote cactus plant from which the drug is derived.
  • Mesc: The shorter version of the full name Mescaline, this is also a common street slang term.

If you or anyone close to you is showing signs of mescaline abuse, the best way to deal with that is to speak with someone at IntoTreatment and they can effectively detect the triggers causing the addiction and help them recover using professional recovery methods.

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