• Racing heartbeat
• A headache
• Troubled breathing
Common Side Effects Of Mescaline
According to one study, commonly reported effects of taking mescaline included:
Hallucinations, or seeing or hearing things that are not there or have no actual basis in reality. Although hallucinations are an expected or even desired effect of hallucinogenic drugs, sometimes users find them much more troubling or frightening than expected, and, although users typically know hallucinations that occur in a mescaline intoxicated state are not real, they can cause a lot of confusion and distress.
Tachycardia, or rapid heart rate. This was defined as a heart rate of over 100 beats per minute (bpm). While there may not be severe physical consequences of tachycardia for mescaline users, a fast heart rate can sometimes create anxiety in users, which can further speed up heart rate. Users can feel panicky, particularly if they are worried that using the drug is causing heart problems.