A spineless, dome-shaped cactus (Lophophora williamsii) native to Mexico and also the southwest united states of america, having buttonlike tubercles which are chewed fresh or dry as a narcotic medicine by certain indigenous United states individuals. Also referred to as mescal.
See mescal button.
a tiny, spineless cactus (Lophophora williamsii) discovered from southwest United States to main Mexico that produces buttonlike tubercles that may be chewed because of its psychedelic impact, mainly through the drug mescaline. Also called mescal.
A mescal button made by the plant.
A name applied using components of Mexico a number of low, fleshy, spineless plants, specially to Lophophora Williamsii, which is used medicinally and contains narcotic properties. Also written pellotè. See mescal-buttons.
the hallucinatory alkaloid this is the energetic agent in mescal buttons
a tiny spineless globe-shaped cactus; way to obtain mescal buttons