Mimosa Hostilis – Jurema Preta



Traditionally known as tepescohuite to the Aztecs meaning “metal tree” for its hard outer bark. Parts used include the dried trunk and dried root cortex. Mimosa Hostilis Dried Mexican root bark has been recently shown to have a DMT (Spirit Molecule) content of about 1% while the stem bark has about 0.03% DMT. The Jurema cult in Brazil makes decoctions for shamanistic ritual purposes often paired with dragon fruit for its MAO inhibiting properties. If entheogenic literature is accurate, a decoction taken orally could cause psychedelic affects. The Juremas cult reported “glorious visions of the spirit land” and gave shamans fantastic and meaningful dreams and brought on “an enchantment, transporting them to heaven.”


Excerpt From: Rätsch, Christian. “The Encyclopedia of Psychoactive Plants. JONATHON OTT

2 in stock (can be backordered)

Key Actions:

  • Psychoactive
  • Analgesic
  • Anti Inflammatory
  • Aphrodisiac

Key Constituents:

  • Triterpene saponins
  • Steroid saponins
  • Starch
  • Tannnins
  • Calcium Oxalate
  • Alkaloids and
  • Flavonoids (Chalcones – Kukulkanins)

Crude Spagyric Ingredients:

Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark from MimosaRoot.com

60% ABV Everclear Grain Alcohol

Distilled Water

Sizing and Caring:

All spagyrics are bottled at 1 ounce and best retain their potency when stored in dark cool places.


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