Mimosa hostilis Inner Root Bark (MHRB) – Powder

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Mimosa hostilis Inner Root Bark (MHRB) – Powder

Fresh Stock june 2019

BOTANICAL CLASSIFICATION

FAMILY:  Fabaceae (Leguminosae; Mimosaceae)

GENUS: Mimosa

SPECIES: Mimosa Hostilis (Mimosa tenuiflora)

ORIGIN: Brazil

COMMON NAMES:  Jurema, Tepescohuite, Cabrero, Carbonal, Jurema Preta, Calumbi, Black Jeruma, Vinho de Jeruma, Yurema

We offer Mimosa hostilis inner root bark from a reputed source (Brazil), a company that has years of experience in harvesting and processing Mimosa hostilis root bark. We believe that this is the best quality Mimosa available on the market. We always offer a freshly harvested batch, not an old stock!

Our supplier is using sustainable harvesting methods – only one root is harvest  from each plant.
The greedy suppliers however are willing to kill a whole tree for all its roots.

The pastures where our harvest comes from do not receive any chemical pesticides as the grass and herbs grow naturally during the rainy season and pests are naturally controlled by the six month dry period. Also during processing no chemicals, in fact no product at all is used.

The cleaned inner root bark is transported in boxes to the clean glass greenhouse which is well closed to avoid contamination of the product. The bark dries at 70% of shade for a few days and is grinded in clean machines to a fine powder, then filtered to remove the filler fibers and packed quick in plastic bags.

The fine logistic system of harvesting and processing small quantities a few times a week enables us to preserve well the functional components of the bark. By removing the filler fibers the final product becomes 30% more concentrated, so our product is in fact 130% pure inner root bark comparing to many other sources.

Mimosa tenuiflora, also known as Mimosa hostilis and Acacia hostilis is a plant of the Leguminosae family and is popularly known as “calumbi” and “jurema preta” in Brazil Mtenuiflora is a common shrub/tree that is distributed in areas of tropical deciduous forests in the Americas from the southeastern regions of Mexico to northern Brazil and Venezuela, where it grows as secondary opportunistic vegetation. It is a legume tree 5 to 7 m tall and has a high level of tannins and it is an important forage plant used to feed small ruminants in the “caatinga” (a semi-desertic vegetation in interior of Brazilian northeastern) during the dry season.

studies of Mtenuiflora showed potential in healing scar tissue. According to Mexican ethnobotanic sources, the direct application of the dried powdered bark to the lesion was an effective remedy for treating skin burns and wounds. The population of the district of Palmeiras at Contendas of Sincorá (Bahia State, Brazil) uses the bark of Mtenuiflora for the treatment of coughs and wound healing. A standardized tannin content extract obtained from the Mtenuiflora bark also showed excellent therapeutic properties for the treatment of skin venous leg ulcerations and strong in vitro antimicrobial properties against a wide group of microorganisms

For more information see:

https://wiki.dmt-nexus.me/Mimosa_hostilis

https://erowid.org/plants/mimosa/

https://psychonautwiki.org/wiki/Mimosa_tenuiflora

 

Check out our Shredded and Powdered variants

 

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50g, 100g, 250g, 450g (allows cheaper shipping), 500g, 900g (allows cheaper shipping), 1kg, 2kg, 3kg, 5kg

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United states – Free or registered shipping

During checkout customers from the USA can choose for free non-registered or payed registered shipping. Free shipping is limited to a total weight of 1 kilo (including the weight of the package, hence the 900 grams option 😊) If you would like to order bigger quantities and still use the free shipping method please make multiple orders

We have many returning customers form the US. Despite the fact that Mimosa Hostilis root bark is fully legal in the US we have seen an increasing interest by US customs for packages originating from the Netherlands. To provide all our US costumers with the best and most reliable shipping method we have decided to ship our Mimosa Hostilis root bark from our neighboring country Germany. Shipments to the US typically arrive between 7 and 10 days after dispatch. Our reliable non-registered shipping method might take a bit longer to arrive depending on Postal flows.

Besides our standard shipping method, we also offer premium shipping with FedEx.

Europe (including UK) – Registered shipping

All orders within Europe are shipped with DPD, a reliable partner that does not trasfer your order to another carrier. During checkout you will have the possibility to have your order delivered to your nearest DPD Pick-up point as well.

transit times for international deliveries

Shipments within Holland

Shipments within Holland are shipped with PostNL, products bellow 450 grams are shipped by mailbox package (automatically selected during checkout)

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  • Orders with registered shipping that are made from Monday to Saturday before 17:00 GMT+2 are shipped out the same day.
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