Peyote use during pregnancy
Gilmore HT.
USD School of Medicine,
Department of Obstetrics
& Gynecology, Yankton, USA.
S D J Med. 2001 Jan;54(1):27-9


Peyote is a substance with varied potential. Used properly it may be a spiritual aid but used in excess, it can be a hallucinogenic agent with teratogenic potential. There is a growing community of devout people who use it as part of their religious observance. The active ingredient, mescaline, has been linked to a specific group of fetal abnormalities when the substance is used inappropriately.

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