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    #3885333 - 03/08/05 01:38 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

could some one please tell me what types of acacia's are active , i have heaps in my backyard! thanks


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Re: acacia [Re: liveby]
    #3885735 - 03/08/05 03:32 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)



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Re: acacia [Re: liveby]
    #3889346 - 03/08/05 09:35 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Acacia spp. Wattles

Botanical information
Wattles are evergreen shrubs or trees that generally grow to a height of up to 8m with a spread of up to 6m, however there are many smaller shrubs and some larger trees. Many Australian Acacias have phyllodes instead of leaves, others have fine bipinnate foliage. The flowers are large yellow balls or yellow racemes. The mostly black seeds develop in brown pods.
Most Acacias are native to Australia, Africa and South America, with about half the species native in Australia. They are often adaptable to many soils and conditions, and are mostly drought and frost resistant.
See individual species for more detail.
Propagation is by scarified seed. Cover the seeds with very hot water and let soak overnight or until they swell. Pick out those that didn't swell and repeat process with them. Sow swollen seeds immediately in seeding mix, covering with two to three times their thickness. Do not overwater or allow to dry out and provide good drainage and bright light. Should germinate within a few weeks with pretreatment or many months without.

Traditional uses
Acacias have been used for food, medicine, poison and wood. Due to the large diversity of this genus the particular uses of each species will be discussed there.

Pharmacology
Commercially acacias are farmed for tanning production.
Many acacias contain alkaloids such as tryptamines. These can be found in various plant parts depending on species. The following alkaloids have been found (work in progress):


Acacia albida DMT in leaf. PIHKAL
Acacia alpina active principles in the leaves as per bioassay M.Bock
Acacia baileyana tryptamine in autumn, nil alkaloids in summer, and tryptamine and tetrahydroharman in spring PIHKAL
Acacia confusa DMT & NMT in leaf, stem & bark PIHKAL
Acacia cultriformis Tryptamine in leaf and stem PIHKAL
Acacia laeta DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia maidenii DMT & NMT in bark and leaves PIHKAL
Acacia mellifera DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia nilotica DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia phlebophylla DMT in leaf (this species is endangered and protected) PIHKAL
Acacia podalyriifolia Tryptamine in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia polyacantha DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia senegal DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia seyal DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia sieberiana DMT in leaf PIHKAL
Acacia simplicifolia DMT & NMT in leaf, stem & trunk bark PIHKAL
Acacia vestita Tryptamine in leaf and stem




That was taken from SAB site.

http://www.shaman-australis.com.au/Website/Shamanmainpageframeset.htm


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Re: acacia [Re: JaRRn]
    #3889380 - 03/08/05 09:41 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Great post  :thumbup:


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