About our Mimosa hostilis (MHRB) inner root bark
Let us start with telling you that we can ship our Mimosa Hostilis quickly to you in the US & UK!
Our Mimosa Hostilis root bark (MHRB) is true inner root bark, no other parts of the tree end up in our MHRB powder. We have taken the entire production process into our own hands and now we have full control over the quality of the inner root bark.
Before milling the Mimosa Hostilis root bark (MHRB), we make sure to remove any outer bark from the root bark, only the deep purple inner parts of the root remain. As a result, we know exactly what’s going inside the mill and what is coming out. We do the milling process in two stages, first a coarse grinding stage to separate any unwanted fibbers and then a very fine grinding stage in which the Mimosa Hostilis turns into a fine powder. During the entire milling process, we control the temperature to make sure the bark doesn’t get exposed to too much heat. This is very crucial to let the bark remain in possession of its nice and vibrant colours!
We are offering our Mimosa Hostilis inner root bark not only in powder form but also in shredded so as whole pieces of bark.
When buying your bark from us you can choose from which country it originates. You can pick either Brazilian or Mexican bark. Both are of very high quality and don’t differentiate much from each other in terms of quality. We usually see that Brazilian bark is a bit darker in colour, but it can also contain a bit more plant fat in comparison to the Mexican Bark.
Uses of Mimosa Hostilis
High Tannin Content
Mimosa Hostilis root bark powder has a very high tannin content, making it a very popular all-natural blood coagulant. The tannins themselves act as an astringent, a chemical that shrinks and constricts body tissues. That, in turn, stops bleeding and promotes healing and the development of new tissue.
High DMT Content
The root bark of this tree has quite a significant DMT content. DMT is one of the most popular psychedelics. The main active ingredient of Ayahuasca is a shamanistic psychedelic brew, which is traditionally used to help users recover from trauma, depression, and even severe mental illnesses such as PTSD.
Antifungal, Antibiotic, Antimicrobial, and Anti-inflammatory Properties
This plant’s healing properties don’t end at burns and cuts, as the plant has immense natural antibiotics and natural anti-inflammatory properties. These work alongside each other to prevent infections while promoting healing.
Additionally, Mimosa Hostilis root bark powder has excellent antifungal and antimicrobial properties, which make it very hard for infections, fungus, and harmful bacteria to settle in the wound. That’s why this plant is one of the main ingredients in a range of health products, such as skin creams for acne, herpes, eczema, and many more skin conditions and even hair loss products.
Aside from creams, Tepezcohuite is used for treating stomach illnesses, vaginitis, and fungal infections on the skin.
High Cosmetic Value
The healing and psychedelic properties of this plant aren’t the only things that make Mimosa Hostilis as accessible as it is. The plant is also one of the main ingredients in a wide range of beauty, cosmetic, and wellness products such as soaps, shampoos, lotions, and many more.
Mimosa Hostilis root bark powder is used as natural medicine, the main ingredient in cosmetic products, and even has immense value as a dye, as it produces excellent shades of purples and browns. Its pigments are vibrant, which makes it a superb textile dye that provides long-lasting and consistent results.