Jurema Preta | Mimosa hostilis – Herbs of the Gods


The root bark of Jurema Preta, better know as Mimosa hostilis, contains the alkaloid DMT. This hallucinogenic substance induces intense psychedelic trips. Mimosa is often used to make anahuasca. In Brazil, so-called Jurema cults have been drinking psychoactive brews made with Mimosa for centuries.

Mimosa Hostilis | Jurema Preat is available in three froms: Whole Rootbark, Shredded, and in Powder.

jurema preta for sale

jurema preta for sale. Contains 10 grams of Mimosa Hostilis , Jurema Preta root bark. Available in three forms: whole, shredded or as a powder.

The root bark of the Mimosa tenuiflora tree , also known as Jurema Preta contains the alkaloid N,N-DMT. The percentage of N,N-DMT in Mimosa is relatively high, ranging from 1 to 1,7%. This substance is more commonly known simply as DMT. DMT has hallucinogenic properties. It takes you on an intense psychedelic trip.

How hard is it to grow Mimosa hostilis\ jurema preta for sale

It isn’t fussy, and its spray of showy flowers adds fragrance and color for a good part of the year. The towering Mimosa hostilis is a hardy, drought-resistant and disease-resistant tree that is relatively easy to grow from seed.

Are there different types of mimosa trees?

The many varieties of mimosa trees make them highly prized in a garden or beautiful in a natural setting. The individual species are classified as either trees, shrubs, vines or even noxious weeds. While these species are all native to the United States, they are specific to certain locations.
A single shoot can grow up to 5 feet (1.5 meters) in a single season! From this shoot, in the next season, more side branches will fan out.

Mimosa hostilis | Jurema Preta | Root Bark | Mimosa tenuiflora | Brazil

Mimosa hostilis is found growing in the northeast region of Brazil, and found as far north as Mexico, including El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. It prefers lower altitudes, but can be found growing as high as 1000m. In Brazil, the first tribes to ritualistically use this plant for its psychoactive properties are now extinct. The use of this plant was kept secret and passed from father to son by the descendents of this original tribe out of fear of severe prosecution by the white man. It was revived as the Jeruma Cult (O Culto de Jeruma). The traditional ritual itself is very complex. The inner root bark was the part traditionally used.

Centuries ago, the tree was used for charcoal production and wood, due to its durable nature. Otherqualities of Mimosa tenuiflora are antimicrobial, analgesic, antifungal, cicatrizing (to heal by scar formation), regenerative, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging.



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