All about mimosa hositilis
Mimosa hostilis root bark comes from a tree well known locally as a black jurema. Mostly this tree exists in exclusive zones in Brazil and Mexico. This type of tree is famous between local shamans because their entheogenic properties. They use this plant as a spirit guide.
The chemical components found in the Mimosa hostilis root bark are the following: tannin, saponin, tryptamine, alkaloids, lipids, fitoindoles, xylose, phytosterols, glucosides, rhamnose, arabinose, methoxychalcones, lupeol and kukulkanins.
This kind of tree grow more than eight meters, all the flowers of this tree are white and they have a unique perfume, each of them have six seeds, which have a very brown color. The bark is a reddish brown with a yellow stem in the center. Mostly this kind of trees are very strong and they survive the forest fires and other ecological impacts and natural disasters.
Mimosa hostilis root bark uses:
Mimosa hostilis root bark is used as a leather dye, parasite prevention, to facilitate reforestation, it is a great resource of firewood and is resistant to putrefaction, for that reason this kind of tree is very useful for all kind of constructions, household furniture, and bridges of the cities.
The Mimosa tree root bark is used as well as a remedy for skin problems and injuries such as burns, and is commercially used in products for skin rejuvenation and hair, because its effects are so visible good. Studies proved that indeed possesses useful qualities. This root is very rich in tannins, saponins, alkaloids, lipids, phytosterols, glucosides, xylose, rhamnose, arabinose and lupeol. All these properties help to improve so many illness and diseases.
This plant is mostly is used as well in so many perfumery and cosmetics industry. It is used as well in the shamanic healing.