Suitable for creating similar effects to Ayahuasca, Mimosa Hostilis is essentially a tree with DMT containing root bark.
20g dry bark in a bag, cultivated and sustainably harvested in Mexico.
Can be used for both microdosing and high dosing purposes (see preparation).
Also known as: jurema, tepezcohuite
- contains DMT, but has no psychedelic effects on its own
- Can be combined with MAO inhibitors* to create effects similar to those of Ayahuasca
- *traditionally combined with Banisteriopsis Caapi, or Peganum harmala
- Has use as both an entheogen and a skin care product
(only in combination with MAO inhibitors)
- States of altered consciousness
- Deep insight and introspection
- Strong emotions
- Possible adverse physical effects (nausea, vomiting)
- Must be consumed with caution and preparation
Mimosa can be prepared in a variety of ways, depending on the intent of the user.
This is the preferred method for microdosing Mimosa.
Can be easily achieved with an electric coffee grinder / blender
Mimosa hostilis tea needs to be cooked for several hours.
The DMT can be chemically extracted, which is a slightly more complex process, but can be achieved at home.
This requires more preparation and while instructions can be found online, our team has yet to complete experiments to be able to recommend one.
Results will be published here asap.
- subtle and gradual improvement of mood
- improved attention span
Mimosa Hostilis is also known as the skin tree and traditionally used, among other things, for:
- skin cleansing
Keep in mind
- Never embark on a psychedelic experience in an unsafe environment.
For extensive guidance and preparation, check our article Set and Setting of a Psychedelic Experience