An alkaloid drug, C11H17NO3, obtained from mescal buttons, which produces hallucinations. Also called peyote.(noun)
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Use "mescaline" in a sentence
"To prepare for today, they have fasted from food and drink for four days, although the use of mescaline is encouraged."
"I’ve done LSD once and I’ve heard that mescaline is pretty damn potent as well."
"Frank was most knowledgeable on the subject and explained that peyote was a cactus that contained a powerful hallucinogen called mescaline and that it had been used by the indigenous people of central Mexico during certain religious rituals."