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Peyote plant with flower (Lophophora williamsii). In thier natural habitat Southern Texas and northern Mexico, they flower May to September. The peyote itself is toxic and they are especially good at absorbing toxins like pollution and herbicides from their surroundings. That in turn makes their digestion toxic to humans. Credit: zapdelight

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