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The Mimosa Hostilis is one of the most popular products on Mimosa World. It is also popularly known as Mimosa tenuiflora, as well as Mimosa jurema. The root of this herb has an effective role in the history of psychedelism and shamanism. It is considered as the only herb that is used as a concoction that is ingested orally. Its effects can be quite strong, but also dangerous if used the wrong way.
The mimosa hostilis is a type of plant that is found in the jungles of South America, especially in Brazil. The plant contains active alkaloid properties, which endows it with certain characteristics similar to those produced, only in a totally natural and much stronger way. The use of the mimosa hostilis is reflected through the practices that many indigenous communities make about it . It is mostly used in a mixture with other plants that are part of the fauna of tropical forests of nearby locations. These mixtures are often consumed by villages in ceremonies, with healing effects, working as sedatives and many other ‘magical functions’.
Tree of the Skin
Mimosa Hostilis has been used for various reasons throughout history. The plant has been dubbed ‘Tree of the skin’ as it has a lot of health benefits for the skin. In the 10th century, Mayan healers were already using the bark powder on skin lesions. In 1984, the explosion of a gas plant caused more than 3,000 burns. As a result of the lack of medication, the Red Cross suggested that the bark of this tree be used on wounds. The results amazed the doctors.
It was observed that in severe burns, with more than 60% of the skin destroyed, the epidermis was reconstituted fairly quickly by the use of mimosa hostilis. The first scarring appeared after 15 days, and 26 days later, new skin was made. At the end of a 90-day cycle, the skin is reconstituted identically with its cellular material without any trace or sequelae. These results were confirmed when the earthquake in Mexico occurred the following year and the plant was needed again to help with wound healing.