The part of the Mimosa Hostilis plant used most in traditional remedies is the inner bark, which is either shredded or ground then made into a decoction or syrup. Uses over the centuries have included treating wounds, coughs, chest ailments, tooth pain, and burns. Mimosa is often used in modern cosmetic products. Mimosa hostilis shredded inner bark allows you to harness the power of this natural medicine in your own home. Sustainably grown and harvested, farmers today ensure more shrubs are replanted than are taken, making sure there is always more for tomorrow.
Non-psychoactive effects include a boosted immune system, plus potential antimicrobial, antifungal and analgesic effects. Users may notice a lessening of pain and discomfort. Mimosa hostilis may also be taken for a wide range of skin complaints. Some users have reported anti-aging effects, and younger feeling skin. Another primary reason to buy mimosa hostilis is to use as an ingredient in ayahuasca, to replace other ingredients like Psychotria Viridis. Mimosa contains DMT which is broken down in the digestive system, except when combined with plants such as Banisteriopsis Caapi which inhibit the body’s ability to destroy the psychoactive elements of the plant. Effects may include an altered perception of the world and intense visuals or vivid hallucinations. Always check for contraindications.