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Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark for sale
Mimosa hostilis root bark comes from a tree domestically known as Jurema, Jurema Preta, Vinho de Jurema or Black Jurema and is the most desired part of the plant known by the domestic Shaman for its entheogenic properties.

Mimosa originates from Brazil where it has also been used for centuries for many medical objectives. The inside part of the root contains the most of the dynamic alkaloids, this is also the part of the Mimosa that we provide here at mimosahostilisrootbark. In the western globe, Mimosa is generally used in as a substitute for other plants such as Chaliponga or Psychotria Viridis.

Although the term Mimosa Hostilis is still used quite general, the newer scientific term mimosa tenuiflora is also used to explain this root bark. The two names are used for the right identical products.

The properties of mimosa hostiles root bark powder
In Mexico, Mimosa hostilis is largely used in browsing for goats and sheep, or to make tea from it, and it is attributed with features for skin healing, after sunburns, accidental exposure to fire, as well as for use in-cosmetics and stomach ulcers. Further, it works as an analgesic, with hours of lasting relief and dead tissue recovery. The bark is also advised to counteract debility and exhaustion, and has been shown to stimulate the immune system. Other medical features of Mimosa hostilis are analgesic, antimicrobial, cicatrizing, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, regenerative and anti-aging.

Our Mimosa hostilis inner root bark
Our Mimosa hostilis inner root bark is sourced from a famous farm in Brazil, free from chemicals and pesticides. The roots are carefully collected without killing the tree, then the bark is removed and inside separated, we trust this to be the most successful part of the plant for skin healing. The inside root bark is dried at a low temperature to make sure there is no degredation and the item you get is as full of goodness as if it had come straight off of the tree.

The left over roots and plant material from this procedure are recycled into wood compost for use in reforestation projects in Brazil. More information: https://mimosahostilisrootbark.net/
Our suppliers of Mimosa Root Bark carefully pick only the adults trees for harvesting. The experience and knowledge help them to take the right amount from a tree without harming it, which also permits influencing the standard of an end product.
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