Mimosa Hostilis is Uncontrolled in the United States, however, it is not approved for human consumption. This is a gray area of the law because the seeds contain, DMT, which is a Schedule I.
Addictive Potential: None
Emergency Room Visits Yearly: Unknown
Mandatory Minimum Sentence: None
Mechanism of Action: Increases Serotonin when combined with an MAOI
The Mimosa hostilis tree is also known as Tepezcohuite, Jurema, Jurema Preta, Black Jurema, and Vinho de Jurema. The root-bark of the plant contains concentrations of tryptamines including DMT. When Mimosa Hostilis root bark is combined with an MAOI, like syrian rue seeds, it becomes an orally active entheogenic brew similar to ayahuasca.
Mimosa Hostilis is currently legal to buy, sell, and possess in the United States.
The NeuroSoup Trip Guide - This e-book discusses: Set, Setting, and Preparation for a Trip, Tips for Tripsitters, Aspects of the Entheogenic Experience, Working with Difficult Experiences, and Integration. Adverse psychological reactions, like flashbacks and HPPD, may potentially be avoided with proper preparation before and integration after entheogenic journeys. Thus, this e-book serves the purpose of harm reduction education. For clarity, NeuroSoup does not advocate the use of illegal, quasi-legal, or legal drugs. All substances that affect the central nervous system (legal or illegal) can have side effects, adverse reactions, and negative interactions with other drugs. Abstinence is always the best way to protect one's health.