Before you Buy our MHRB –
Here are some facts about our products:
Vinho da Jurema
Arbre de peau
- Many manufacturers are using the bark as a natural dye in clothing and leather production. This is because of its’ high tannin content that produces its rich purple color.
- The healing properties of the tree make it useful in treating pets against parasites.
- Brazilian indigenous tribes use the root bark as a natural entheogen.
- As well, in Mexico the stem bark is a popular ethnomedicine. Therefore, they use the plant to treat many burn victims on a massive scale. Burn victims are treated using the root bark. The Mayans used the plants’ properties to treat various skin ailments and scars. The term Tepezcohuite means “skin tree”. As a result, it is well known for its successful treatments over time.
- Today, many Westerners use the root bark of this tree to treat psoriasis and eczema.
Provenance & Product:
Our Mimosa Hostilis Bark is from the Chiapas region of Mexico. There a local team works to harvest the root bark. Therefore, we have several contractors dedicated to delivering a premium quality product. These contractors are constantly harvesting and packing fresh product to us each week. The soil contains no additional nutrients since Mimosa occurs naturally in this region. Comparatively, this makes our product the best available on the market. We do not include the trunk in our product and accordingly only believe in using the inner root bark. We harvest all products within two weeks before sending out each shipment. First, we strip the Mimosa Hostilis root bark from the roots of 15 to 20-year-old trees. Then it drys in the sun for over a week. Next, it is processed through the mill. Lastly, the shredded root bark is then tested for quality and finally bagged for shipping