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Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark

About mimosa

Mimosa Tenuiflora also know as Jurema, Tepezcohuite and Mimosa Hostilis is a perennial tree native to South America, Central America and Mexico.

Its stem, Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark and leaves have long been used by locals to produce soaps creams and lotions. It is used traditionally to treat burns, scars and for general use as a skin tonic.

It is a great source from which pure dmt is extracted as well

Mimosa bark contains large amounts (16%) of tannins, which act as an astringent, making the skin stop bleeding.

The other healing mechanisms of this plant have not yet been fully researched but it is considered to be an antiseptic, analgesic and promoter of cellular regeneration. Dermatology helping to prevent wrinkles and acne, as well as releive psoriasis, herpes and chicken pox scars.

In addition to the above effects, Tepezcohuite may protect and stimulate the generation of collagen and elasticity.