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Mimosa hostilis is a perennial shrub native to South and Central America. It is also known as Jurema, Jurema Preta, Black Jurema, and Vinho de Jurema.
The plant grows to a height of up to three meters, and its leaves are bright green. It produces small, yellow flowers that are followed by brown seed pods.
The plant is used in traditional medicine and has been known to help treat various ailments, including headaches, insomnia, and anxiety. It is also used to make a tea known as Jurema tea, which is believed to have psychoactive effects.
It mainly possesses antibacterial, antivenom, antifertility, anticonvulsant, antidepressant, aphrodisiac, and various other pharmacological activities.
The herb has been used traditionally for centuries in treating urogenital disorders, piles, dysentery, and sinuses and is also applied to wounds.

About our Mimosa hostilis (MHRB) inner root bark

Let us start with telling you that we can ship our Mimosa Hostilis quickly to you in the US & UK!

Our MHRB is true inner root bark, no other parts of the tree end up in our MHRB powder. We have taken the entire production process into our own hands.

Before milling the bark, we make sure to remove any outer bark from the root bark. Only the deep purple inner parts of the root remain.

As a result, we know exactly what’s going inside the mill and what is coming out. We do the milling process in two stages,

first a coarse grinding stage to separate any unwanted fibber. After then a very fine grinding stage in which the Mimosa Hostilis turns into a fine powder. During the entire milling process, we control the temperature to make sure the bark doesn’t get exposed to too much heat. This is very crucial to let the bark remain in possession of its nice and vibrant colours!

We are offering our Mimosa Hostilis inner root bark not only in powder form but also in shredded so as whole pieces of bark.

When buying your bark from you can choose from which country it originates. You can pick either Brazilian or Mexican bark. Both are of very high quality and don’t differentiate much from each other in terms of quality. We usually see that Brazilian bark is a bit darker in colour, but it can also contain a bit more plant fat in comparison to the Mexican Bark.