Native to eastern Brazil, where several tribes in Pernambuco use the plant in ceremonials, Mimosa Hostilis was also employed by various now extinct tribes of the same area. The hallucinogenic use of Mimosa Hostilis in ceremonies seems to have nearly disappeared today.
Effects Snorted, a short and intense DMT experience will unfold. Smoked, the experience resembles that of smoking pure DMT. D.M.T. is an extraordinary hallucinogen that lasts only a few hundred seconds at the peak of the flash. After 45-60 minutes of brief nausea, the visions begin. They often take the form of fireworks or kaleidoscope-like designs, flashing colors, fantastic mandalas or travels to another world.
Usage A special mixture can be made of Mimosa Hostilis and Peganum Harmala (Mimohuasca or Juremahuasca); the effects are equal to the effects of Ayahuasca.
Not recommended for use under 18. If pregnant, nursing or taking a prescription drug, consult your health care professional. Do not exceed recommended dose. Consumption may impair ability to drive or operate heavy equipment. Not recommended for consumption with alcoholic beverages. Do not take together with antidepressant medication. Do not use when you have a history of psychosis.