Mexican Mimosa Hostilis, Jurema Root Bark
Excellent quality whole Mexican Mimosa Jurema root bark. The best Mimosa Hostilis or Mimosa Tenuiflora from Mexico. Large deep purple red pieces, ethically and sustainably wild harvested.
Mimosa hostilis, or Mimosa tenuiflora is a perennial evergreen shrub of the Leguminosae or Pea family. Mimosas are part of the acacia family and they occur all over the planet from Australia, to South East Asia, the Middle East and so on. Jurema grows naturally in the northeastern region of Brazil and can be found all the way north to the southern part of Mexico. Jurema has white plume like fragrant flowers.
The leaves are of the normal leguminosa type and are very small. The fruits are tiny and brittle. The twisted trees grow to about 4 meters high. People ask about mimosa tenuiflora vs mimosa hostilis but they are just two names for the same Jurema tree. Mimosa hostilis tenuiflora root is used to harvest the mimosa hostilis inner root bark Jurema or tepezcohuite bark as it is called the Mexican Mimosa.
Here a poetic quote about the Mexican Mimosa or Tepezcohuite
Tepezcohuite, the magical tree of Mexico that holds centuries of natural healing secrets. Nestled deep within the lush landscapes and vibrant culture of this enchanting country, lies a hidden gem known as Tepezcohuite. With its ancient roots firmly planted in Mexican soil, this sacred tree has captivated the hearts and minds of locals and visitors alike.
Mexicans have revered Tepezcohuite for generations, harnessing its incredible powers to heal both body and soul. Its bark is carefully harvested, dried, and ground into a fine powder that becomes an essential ingredient in traditional remedies passed down through time.
From treating burns and wounds to soothing skin ailments like acne or eczema, this remarkable plant offers solace when all else fails.
But it’s not just physical healing that makes Tepezcohuite truly extraordinary; it possesses an almost mystical quality that goes beyond what can be measured or explained by science alone. Those who have experienced its touch claim a profound spiritual connection with nature – a sense of grounding amidst chaos.
How to use Jurema root bark?
Mimosa Hostilis is traditionally used for a variety of uses from medicinal, to industrial to spiritual.
For centuries, indigenous communities have used Jurema root bark to create natural dyes that infuse fabrics with vivid shades resembling a fiery sunset or blooming flowers. The rich history and cultural significance behind these dyes make them more than just pigments; they represent ancestral traditions passed down through generations. The deep crimson shade that has inspired artists throughout history. This natural red dye was sought after by artisans and crafters alike. From textiles to pottery, this dye imbues creations with a touch of nature’s own vibrancy.
Jurema root bark possesses remarkable medicinal properties that captivate researchers and healers alike. Known for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects, this versatile plant has been traditionally employed in herbal remedies to alleviate various ailments such as skin conditions or digestive issues. Modern science continues to explore the potential therapeutic applications of Jurema root bark in treating a wide range of health concerns.
Mimosa hostilis ayahuasca
Perhaps one of the most intriguing uses of Jurema root bark lies within the realm of spiritual exploration – specifically when combined with another powerful hallucinogenic element called ayahuasca. Mimosa hostilis (commonly known as “Jurema”) acts as a key ingredient in ayahuasca brews due to its high content of DMT (dimethyltryptamine). This entheogenic blend has gained popularity among those seeking profound introspection and spiritual awakening. We don’t recommend you try this yourself.
Buy Jurema root bark
Maya offers two Mimosa Hostilis types from Brazil and one from Mexico. We also have other Acacia varieties from around the world in our Ayahuasca plants section. From the Mimosa hostilis tree for sale we offer only the inner root bark. We don’t have the mimosa hostilis seeds on offer at the moment. Our Mexican Mimosa is prime quality and comes at a great price.