Here’s a rarity. A God of the Cochineal Harvest. This product is still used today as a red coloring dye — usually for food.
Where does cochineal grow? Wherever it likes. It, or rather they, are small mite-like spiders that crop up everywhere. They are however very fond of the nopal cactus in the regions where the Zapotec Gods held sway.
To make a decent amount of dye you must collect approximately a million zillion squillion of them for industrial squishing. It’s not something that has caught on with the Pick-Your-Own cult.