Mimosa Hostilis is a perennial tree native to Central and South America. It has a history as a medicine and an entheogen. The plant is still used today due to its many benefits, ranging from healing to cosmetics to psychedelic properties.
The psychoactive alkaloid in Mimosa hostilis is N,N-dimethyltryptamine, better known as DMT. DMT is also the main active ingredient in Ayahuasca.
Mimosa hostilis has been used topically as a painkiller, blood coagulant, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antimicrobial. It’s also been used as an aphrodisiac, in cosmetics and as a general health tonic. Its most famous for its psychedelic properties in the forms of DMT and ayahuasca. DMT is usually smoked or vaporized whereas ayahuasca is drank as a brew.
*Not sold for human consumption. For topical, cosmetic, educational and research purposes only. DMT is illegal in all 50 states.