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One of the easiest ways to germinate seed is to place it directly in a specialized starter cube.
Just keep starter cubes moist and warm. Seedlings should pop in a few days to a week.
In this stage, our plant will focus only on Mimosa getting big and strong, like a kid.
Our Mimosa goes through “puberty”.
It’s important to pay close attention to your Mimosa plants during the Flowering stage.
The hardest part of growing Mimosa for many grower’s is waiting for the right time to harvest.

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Mimosa hostilis Root bark or MHRB comes from a tree domestically known as Jurema Preta, Jurema, Black Jurema or Vinho de Jurema and is the most desired part of the plant. Mimosa originates from Brazil where it has been used for centuries for many medical purposes. The part that contains the most Alkaloids is the root bark, that is also the part of the Mimosa plant sold at In the western hemisphere, MHRB is used to make skin products and organic dyes for art supplies.

Although the term Mimosa Hostilis is more generally used , the scientific name is mimosa tenuiflora is also generally used to describe this root bark. MHRB is often used as an abbreviation to refer to Mimosa Hostilis root bark.

The properties of Mimosa Hostilis root bark powder

In Mexico, Mimosa Hostilis is knows as Tepezcohuite and is largely attributed to have qualities of skin healing, accidental exposure to fire, sunburn issues, as well as for stomach ulcers and use in-cosmetics. Furthermore, it works as an analgesic, with hours of lasting relief and expedited tissue recovery. The bark is also recommended to counteract debility and exhaustion, and has been shown to stimulate the immune system. Other medicinal features of Mimosa Hostilis are analgesic, antimicrobial, cicatrizing, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, regenerative, and anti-aging.

The history and the territory of Mimosa Hostilis Root Bark

For many centuries, some of the Maya people in Mexico used Mimosa Hostilis root bark, or “Tepezcohuite” to treat skin issues. It is also known to be an amazing body paint or natural coloring agent for textiles. Also in South America this tree played a big role in the traditions of different native tribes.

The wood from this tree is considered one of the most durable and the strongest accessible on the market. For this reason, it was known as by pre-hispanic cultures “tepezuahuitl, which drives from the words cuahuitl (tree), “tepus” (iron), refer to the hardness of its wood.

Mimosa Hostilis tree is found growing in the northern area of Brazil, and found as far north as Mexico, including Panama, Honduras, El Salvador, Venezuela and Colombia. It favors lower altitudes but can be found growing as high as one-thousand meters.

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