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Also known as Mimosa tenuiflora and jurema, the root bark of this tree has an interesting role in the history and present of psychedelic shamanism. It is the only known plant that can be used for an orally ingested brew that, without the aid of another plant, induces visionary experiences akin to ayahuasca. In Brazilian history, it was used in the Vinho da Jurema, a ceremonial preparation and ingestion of this plant. Rumours go that the tradition was extinct and recently picked up again.

Jurema is also a very common source for Western people who make anahuasca, which is any brew with similar psychopharmacology (one MAO-inhibiting plant, one DMT-bearing one) to ayahuasca.

Mimoasa Hostilis Effects

Nowadays M. hostilis is used primarily in combination with Peganum harmala to make anahuasca, which is a psychedelic infusion similar to ayahuasca. The effects can best be described as a physical and mental purge, combined with a 4-hour connection with the otherwise imperceptible. The purge is typically not as strong as with ayahuasca.

The intensity depends on many factors, so many drinkers have to build up some experience and have weak effects in the beginning. When the effects are weak, most drinkers experience something similar to a low dose of psilocybin mushrooms or LSD, combined with stomach cramps in the first 2 hours.

In the case of strong effects, most people experience a drastic change in the interpretation of reality or even some kind of transport of all the senses to another dimension. Anahuasca is known for its strong visions of the bright side and the dark side. The visions tell stories about the drinker and everything else in the universe. Many people don't get visions, however, and experience anahuasca through the other senses. Some people get diarrhea and have to vomit.

When jurema is taken by itself, the effects are the same, albeit of shorter duration (up to 3 hours) and there is generally less nausea, stomach ache and related discomfort.

Using the extract of the bark as an incense induces a 15-minute psychedelic experience, borrowing elements from the anahuasca experience, most notably the drastic change in the interpretation of reality or transport of all the senses to another dimension.

Usage

In most anahuasca recipes 5 grams is a low dose, 10 a normal dose and 15 a high dose. Don't underestimate how overwhelming the experience can be and start with a low dose if you're new to anahuasca. If you are not yet familiar with making the brew, you should know that hardly anyone who makes it for the first time is successful. For most people, making good anahuasca is a result of trial and error and several years of practice. You should read about making anahuasca in books and on the internet (check the links below) and decide on a recipe.

For the purpose of anahuasca, jurema is usually powdered and made into a hot water infusion. Depending on the brewer's method, this infusion takes between 1 hour up to a day to make. Some people make two or more infusions from the same plant material and add them all together. Sometimes acidifiers like vinegar or lemon juice are added to speed up the extraction. Typical boiling times are between 1.5 and 4 hours in total. The resulting liquid is boiled down to a small, drinkable size and drunk 15 to 60 minutes after taking a 3 to 4 gr P. harmala or 50 to 150 gr Banisteriopsis caapi preparation.

A psychoactive liquid can also be made from jurema alone. Place 25 to 35 gr (beginners between 10 and 20 gr) of the powdered root bark in 125 to 175 ml of cold water for an hour and squeeze and stir the powder a couple of times. Strain and keep the liquid, and use the root bark powder for a second run in the same fashion. The two liquids combined are ingested on an empty stomach.

Because of its high potency and low price, jurema is a popular source for botanical extracts. These extracts are typically used as an incense.

Ingredients

We sell the root bark of M. hostilis. The primary active ingredient in this part of the plant is N,N-DMT and there is also a small amount of β-carbolines (Raetsch 2005). Some sources report the presence of 5-MeO-DMT.

Warning

When making anahuasca, be aware of the fact that you'll be using jurema in conjunction with an MAO-inhibiting plant, like P. harmala or B. caapi. MAO-inhibitors can be very dangerous when combined with certain foods or other psychoactives that are totally harmless when taken by themselves.

VISIT OUR MAOI PAGE FOR SAFETY DETAILS!

Don't take M. hostilis by yourself and please take notice of the historical fact that anahuasca has been used safely in a ritual setting under the guidance of trained shamans.

See: Azarius Encyclopedia: Using Psychedelics Safely

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37 Reviews

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  • Effective (2)
  • Does what's expected (2)
  • Amazing (1)

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  • Can be dangerous if you're not prepared (1)
  • Horrible taste (You can puke, it's that bad) (1)

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Psychonat 2018-12-09

This has been one of the most intense and beautiful experiences of my life.
I brewed the bark for 5 hours with egg whites and me and a friend each needed very little (3g) to trip very intensely and there was little nausea.

I do…

This has been one of the most intense and beautiful experiences of my life.
I brewed the bark for 5 hours with egg whites and me and a friend each needed very little (3g) to trip very intensely and there was little nausea.

I do have a question, though: thinking we would need much more I now have leftovers which I am keeping in the fridge. I plan on giving it to a friend in a month or so. Will it keep, or should I throw it away and brew anew?

Thank you!

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  • Amazing
  • Does what's expected
  • Effective

Moaaz 2018-05-29

Hello everyone I'm new to psychedelics and I need help on how to prepare Jurema properly, there is not that much info on the internet. Pavel if you read my review please write how to prepare it in the most correct way, knowing that you have done this many times.…

Hello everyone I'm new to psychedelics and I need help on how to prepare Jurema properly, there is not that much info on the internet. Pavel if you read my review please write how to prepare it in the most correct way, knowing that you have done this many times.

Thank you all!!


P. S: I gave 5 stars just to be able to post the review, I HAVE NOT tried Jurema/Anahuasca yet.

[Azarius: First of all, a warning. We would not recommend ayahuasca to anyone who is new to psychedelics. It can be a very intense, overwhelming experience to anyone, especially people who are not fully aware of what they signed up for. Unless you're experienced, making your own ayahuasca brew is very tricky and absolutely not recommendable.
However, you come across as quite determined to try it anyway. If you decide to do so, always do it together with an experienced tripsitter who knows their stuff on how to prepare ayahuasca, and how to safely guide people through their ayahuasca experience.
Here's a recipe. The other info on this website is also worth checking out. http://www.ayahuasca-info.com/recipes]

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TheCamel 2017-11-28

To the people saying it's bad quality or that it doesn't work - You didn't prepare it correctly. I had the powder and boiled it 3 times, to get everything out of the material, as well as to lessen the amount you have to drink.

I…

To the people saying it's bad quality or that it doesn't work - You didn't prepare it correctly. I had the powder and boiled it 3 times, to get everything out of the material, as well as to lessen the amount you have to drink.

I had around 14 grams paired with about 4,5 grams of Harmala seeds. I didn't get a breakthrough but I had intense, very intense CEV unlike anything I've experienced through my earlier LSD experiences. The OEV can be compared to that of a medium dose of LSD. But the most truth and growing can be taken from the CEV:s and just sitting still. (Have a bucket prepared, I sat in my living room sofa, and when the trip came on I was almost unconscious and the vomit just came without me being able to really move). I sat in the sofa for about 45 minutes, not able to move my limbs. It was as if I was physically stuck. I have a lot more to say, but I don't feel like sharing it here. I can say that it came in three intense waves and that something that probably helped the experience was eating something light just before dosing, to get your metabolism working.

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  • Does what's expected
  • Effective
  • Can be dangerous if you're not prepared
  • Horrible taste (You can puke, it's that bad)

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