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mimosa root bark
    #5626750 - 05/14/06 12:45 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

just woundering how to use it, and what it realy is. I might be aquiring some and need some info. thanks.


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: inoculatedGreif]
    #5626800 - 05/14/06 12:58 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

It contains n, n-DMT. Incredibly powerful hallucinogen. You can either extract it to produce pure, smokeable n,n-DMT, or you can create an ayahuasca drink.


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: inoculatedGreif]
    #5626822 - 05/14/06 01:05 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

How to extract dmt hypothetically in a dream

Mimosa root bark comes from a shrub in south america. It's a legume, meaning it forms a symbiotic relationship with certain bacteria. 

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Mimosa hostilis is a perennial evergreen shrub native to the northeastern region of Brazil, and is found as far north as southern Mexico. It is sometimes also referred to as Mimosa tenuiflora in older literature. It is one of many Mimosa species.

The white, fragrant flowers occur in loosely cylindrical spikes. The fern-like branches have leaves that are finely pinnate, growing to 5 cm long. The brittle fruits average 3 cm long. The plant itself grows to 4 meters in height.

The root bark is often the most desired part of the plant; it contains the highest recorded concentration of tryptamines, such as DMT, and is used in the making of psychoactive substances. Today it is a commonly used analogue admixture to western Ayahuasca brews.

Traditionally, the root bark was used without any MAOI to render the DMT orally active, presenting some confusion to modern scientific study of the plant. Without an MAOI, DMT is destroyed by stomach enzymes before it affects the nervous system.

The root bark comes from a tree locally known as Jurema, Jurema Preta, Black Jurema, and Vinho de Jurema; the traditional tea brewed from M. hostilis is also known as Jurema.

Another completely unrelated use for this plant comes from Mexico, where the bark of the tree is used under the name tepezcohuite as a remedy for skin problems and injuries such as burns, and it is now used in commercial skin and hair products which are promoted as being able to rejuvenite skin. Research has shown that it has some useful activities which support the traditional uses. The bark is rich in tannins, saponins, alkaloids, lipids, phytosterols, glucosides, xylose, rhamnose, arabinose, lupeol, methoxychalcones, and kukulkanins. In vitro studies on bacterial cultures have shown it is three times more effective as a bacteriocide than streptomycin, although in vivo studies have not been as positive.

The wood of the tree is also used in fence construction.



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A significant characteristic of legumes is that they host bacteria in their roots, within structures called root nodules. These bacteria known as rhizobia have the ability to take nitrogen gas (N2) out of the air and convert it to a form of nitrogen that is usable to the host plant ( NO3- or NH3 ). This process is called nitrogen fixation. The legume, acting as a host; and rhizobia, acting as a provider of usable nitrate, form a symbiotic relationship.



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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: lIllIIIllIlIIlIlIIllIllIIl]
    #5626861 - 05/14/06 01:17 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

realy, the person Im aquiring it from is posted in texas I beleive. he said he had two trees growing near him, and would have to dig it up.


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: inoculatedGreif]
    #5626877 - 05/14/06 01:22 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I've read that the grown mimosa aren't as potent as the ones that grow naturally in south america. I also read that ayahuasca using mhrb is a lot harder on you than the psychotria viridis leaves.

Of course if this is true that he grew em in texas you HAVE to post back here on the potency. There isn't enough info out there so you got to help!


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: lIllIIIllIlIIlIlIIllIllIIl]
    #5626894 - 05/14/06 01:28 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

ah, you bet. he said it would take a couple days to dig em up root em and dry them. so it should be about a week before I receive them. all ask if he grew them, they dont natrual grow in the us do they? or are they strikly SA?


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: inoculatedGreif]
    #5626902 - 05/14/06 01:30 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Mimosa hostilis is just in south america.


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: lIllIIIllIlIIlIlIIllIllIIl]
    #5626914 - 05/14/06 01:34 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

alright, i guess I wont ask him then.lol. but ill defintetly let you know how the pot. is. Im sure ill be asking alot of qs about extraction.


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: inoculatedGreif]
    #5627002 - 05/14/06 02:04 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Mimosa is very different than viridis leaves.

Mimosa has "drugs" in it that act as maois, so mimosa is not the most pure form of organic DMT, though it does contain alot of DMT.

"Jonathan Ott seems to think that Mimosa hostilis is active without MAOI added(as do many others). The ingredient, kokusaginine, which is morphine-like in structure, may possess MAOI properties such as the other well-known MAOI morphine-like compound, moclobemide, does. I would suggest that the kokusaginine, supposedly insoluble in water, is nonetheless extracted enough-especially with heat-to allow for sufficient MAOI effect. However, if M. hostilis is taken whole, the quantity of kokusaginine causes excess MAOI effects coupled with morphine-like effects, producing the reputed bad effects".

I do prefer viridis....


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Re: mimosa root bark [Re: stemmer]
    #5632868 - 05/15/06 04:22 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

M hostilis grows in mexico...
& mexico is right by texas...
but ya don't want "silk mimmosa tree" or other non-tryppty genera or species...


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