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Mimosa hostilis (10 grammi)

Mimosa hostilis (10 grammi)

La Mimosa hostilis, o jurema, è un folto albero dai fiori bianchi, nativo del Messico, dell’America centrale e del Brazile. I moderni psiconauti lo premiano per essere una fonte di DMT, utilizzato per esperienze analoghe a quelle dell’ayahuasca.

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Gli indiani dell’Amazzonia orientale usavano bevande a base della radice di questo albero, per cadere in stati sciamanici. Il suo sfruttamento subì una decrescita nel XX secolo, quando le culture indigene furono distrutte e l’ayahuasca diventò una pratica popolare, in particolar modo come rito inebriante sfruttato da diverse chiese miste (frutto di incroci di religioni africana, indo-americana e cristiana) del Brasile.
Il culto jurema, consistente nel consumare bevande a base di Mimosa, fu descritto nel 1788 e si pensava si trattasse di un’usanza scomparsa, ma sta ritornando popolare: il Jurema fa parte dei culti Afro-Brasiliani del Candomblé e della Macumba.
PRINCIPI ATTIVI
Il tronco e (soprattutto) la corteccia della radice, contengono la triptamina DMT, principio attivo dagli effetti visionari, e diverse saponine, biologicamente attive.
Una confezione contiente 10 grammi di Mimosa trinciata.
DOSI
Normalmente si consuma l’estratto della corteccia della Mimosa in combinazione con il Peganum harmala, un MAO inibitore, per ricreare un effetto simile a quello dall’ayahuasca. Per questo motivo le dosi vanno dai 5 ai 25 grammi, a seconda dell’esperienza desiderata.
Assunta, invece, da sola, in infusione in acqua calda, è necessario consumare dosi maggiori (25-56 grammi). Da lasciare, semplicemente, in ammollo in acqua e bevande.
ATTENZIONE
Vietato ai minori di 18 anni, donne in gravidanza o allattamento. Non usare combinato ad alcolici, farmaci o altri stimolanti, o se si stanno assumendo MAO inibitori, antidepressivi o altri psico-stimolanti. Conservare in luogo fresco e asciutto e, naturalmente, lontano dalla portata dei bambini.

     


    Da S. D. Su 24/Lug/2016 :

    Titolo : Long Voyage
    Commenti : 5 g (la moitié du paquet) est suffisant pour quelques heures de voyage... On peut même l'utiliser plusieurs fois.

    Da S. I. Su 02/Mag/2016 :

    Titolo : great
    Commenti : truly herb of the gods. drank some of it 15 minutes after eating the syrian rue seeds,and was blasted into another dimension.

    Da F. F. Su 26/Apr/2016 :

    Titolo : Gute Qualität
    Commenti : Richtig verwendet funktioniert dieses Produkt sehr gut. Enthält jedenfalls genug DMT für alle Anwendungszwecke!

    Da O. F. Su 22/Marzo/2016 :

    Titolo : Beautiful and promising (same comment as in P.H. section)
    Commenti : 5 g Peganum Harmala (Syrian rue) + 10 g Mimosa Hostilis 1st experience : 2 flops (interesting : what not to do). 2nde experience : promising, beautiful, not transcendental. The psychonaut : 38 y / 5 ' 10''/ more than 120 pounds / no car by choice so I cannot not be fit/ friendly workplace, nice environment / vegetarian, mostly raw, organic, seeds, sprouted spelt, seaweeds, spices, fibers, dairies, some fruit, 2 pints of… home-made chocolate every morning, no coffee, no alcohol, no tobacco, no nothing and no psychedelics until last week. Usually wait till sunset to have one or two hearty meals, intellectually active until the wee hours, a 20-minute nap every day. No stress of any sort (almost). → Bottom line : optimal conditions. Saturday 12 March 2016: slowly crunched and swallowed 5 g of Syrian rue (Peganum Harmala), then, 20 minutes later, drank a bowl of Mimosa Hostilis, 10 g boiled for one hour. I had a tea in the afternoon and some ginger tea. I later heeded the advice read in a report that we should avoid drinking anything a few hours before the mimosa brew, so that it doesn't stay in the stomach. Also, the next time I would reduce the mimosa brew to a small quantity, so that the whole goes down faster, no clogging or gagging, and I can sip a little water after that. I vomited too soon. Gave up. One or two hours later though started to feel wobbly especially in the legs, swaying, fully conscious, I switched the lights , went to bed, had beautiful fractal patterns for a short time, grinning with pleasure at the beauty of it but fully aware that this was very beautiful but definitely not the answer to life, the universe and everything. Ate some raw muesli after that and ordered a grinder that had a good rating by flax afficionados. Sunday 13 March 2016 : chocolate in the morning, then nothing. In the late afternoon I crunched and swallowed some of the remaining 5 g Syrian rue and boiled some of the seeds, then added the solid remnant from yesterday's mimosa, boiled everything, added some vinegar (to ''protonate the amines''!!), squeezed a little citrus into it, boiled a long time, two hours, the reasoning was, let's try to really boil that and liberate all the alcaloids, I'm going to get you. Drank it when there was only a small quantity of the liquid. No nausea, and… nothing. Well, the rue was not grinded, neither was the mimosa bark, maybe it was boiled too much, maybe some caramalization had taken place (sugar in the drops of orange/pomelos, and even some, but very little, in the cider vinegar). Scolded myself. Amateurish. Botched up. Saturday 19 March :chocolate in the morning, the nnothing. Two hours before sunset, ground the rue, 5 g, to a fine powder. Boiled it, with a teaspoon cider vinegar, not too hot but still boiling – wondering where to draw the line between releasing the alcaloids and avoiding destroying them, for one hour but next time I'll just boil it gently a half hour and pour it in a bowl while doing for the mimosa. The mimosa needs a harsh treatment, not the rue, it seems. It's a clear green liquid, doesn't cause any nausea or makes one want to vomit. Added some mint-flavored 'betaine' which is citrate and trimethylglycine, supposedly for digestion but I use it as a cheap source of TMG (supposedly good against homocysteine and other things), after the boiling. Ground 10 g mimosa to a fine powder, boiled it for more than one hour in 2 liters water, didn't do several boils and re-mixing and reducing (some people do that to release more alcaloids, I will try this another time), wit hvery little cider vinegar. Got a small bowl of the brew, added the mint-flavoured citrate ('betaine') and squeezed a few drops of grapefruit. The liquid is easy to swallow, but it does make you want to vomit after 2 or 3 minutes. Did some breathing, sat, took a few steps, opened the windows to have some fresh air (10 degrees Celsius, light wind, nice), sat, breathed carefully, gagged / belched and was careful to exhale fully and not let in the air, so that it would go down. After a few minutes, it seemed OK. Read a little in the bed, with my back propped by cushions. The same vertigo as last Saturday set in, I switched the lights and watched. Beautiful fractals, imagery like the images on a computer screen when you 'watch' an audio track, etc. Thought like a neurologist, those are the neurons firing randomly, etc. Very glad to see that, though, but still waiting for the entities. My questions were, What am I , what is the nature of consciousness, of things, so-called matter, of time, how can I become lucid in my dreams. From years of reading, listening, thinking, I have gotten the conviction that the basic substance of everything is mental (don't ask for technicalities!), and I knew that I would project this on everything that I would experience, and I did. I analyse my thoughts all the time, watch the observer... At times , had some silly Alice-in-Wonderland carnavalesque scenery, vivid colours, in a bright white background (the other, more 'spiritual' patterns tend to be in a black background). Beautiful but silly. I thought it might be a visual answer to what the universe is and what we are – a play – that I would not have a verbal answer (The Bard Terence says that the mushroom speaks English…) and then thought that this is too intellectual, rational, it's me analysing a picture as an academician would, it's me thinking, not emotionally, purely intellectual, sapid stupid Greek rhetoric, doesn't feel like a messge from somewhere else. I wished them away. It came back a few times. Wished it away, to be replaced by more fractal, darkish patterns. The sam for lurid imagery, this is definitely not the aim, wished it away. Seemed as if something was trying to lure me away, distract me, andI thought that I was probably just wishfully surmising that there might be something 'outside' interacting with me, when it was just me thinking/projecting. Some dark entities. Interesting, but did not last. I went to the bathroom for a pee and sipped a little water, the nit was replaced by another scenery. At one time, had plenty of black tarantulas crawling in the visual landscape (only visual – not tactile). No fright. Coolly thinking that at worst it would be ruggy (the legs), a painful stab, that's it. I thought that if this thing, the DMT or whatever is behind the imagery, is capable of inducing such visuals in my mind it is also able to induce other mental states like agonizing pain. That wouldn't be nice. I thought, humbly, whatever you are or this is, I get it, I don't need ''the experience'', thank you. At times, not often, some serpents, dragon-hezded serpents… Glad to see them. At the exact same time, I thought that of course I would be seeing serpents, because I wanted to see them and I had read Jeremy Narby's book about DNA a fortnight ago. If I were wishing for white rabbits I would probably… In the middle of the experience I made a conscious (of course) decision to let go of the intellectual poo-poohing. My readings, etc.… have convinced, bla, bla, cf Sheldrake, telepathy and a million other pointers to evidence of the 'mental' structure of everything, so instead of rejecting everything as probably projection, 'illusion' (like arrogant self-styled skeptics à la Schermer in Scientific American), I would welcome it as a more real reality than reality and this will not get me the Nobel for literature. I enjoyed the rest of the visuals, even without entities. I had read about a buzzing sound. Mine was a frightening bang, like a cannonball alarm-clock that jerked me awake – maybe I was 'drifting' ? Followed by beautiful (always) black-greenish Mayan-style ('evil') scenery. Bring it on ! But I went to the bathroom (not for vomiting) and a sip of water and the visuals was different when I returned to the mental television. During all the time I had to be careful not to vomit, I wanted to have the most DMT or whatever (in Narby's book the ayasqueros claim that carbolines, not DMT, are the main psychedelic ingredient). Towards the end it was clear that I would not have that problem. I thought i t had lasted 2 or 3 hours but it seemed to have been 3 or 4. Felt good, no euphoric, perfectly fine, it'ss over, not willing to sleep because of a feeling that some remaining really slight nausea would make it difficult, ate some raw musli at 2 am, did some work on the computer, went to bed at 4:30, up at 9 am, full of energy and mental clarity – as usual. To sum up : 5 stars because I haven't tried anything else and I 'm not at all ready to experiment with other things. This combination offers a lot of opportunities for exploration already. Promising - very interesting – and the sheer beauty of it and the apparent innocuousness and simplicity make it worthwhile, it's like a beautiful lucid dream (only the visuals, though – no flying) -- providing you grind everything, and arrange for the mimosa to be a big cup and not a big bowl. Do many experiments to find the appropriate 'recipe' for yourself, as I will. Preparing everything and swallowing the mixtures (mimosa 20-30 min after P.H.) everything during two hours seems good enough. I am healthy, light-weight so I understand that the dosage, prepartion, effects… will be different for everyone. I myself have to try a few variations (for example, separate boils for mimosa and then reducing). Also, I think that the body after even one try will 'recognize' the mimosa brew and not reject it so it's easier to prevent the vomiting. I thank Zamnesia for the clear interface, info and advice. These are simple products that help you explore your consciousness at home without having to fly to Peru. I also thank all the psychonauts who shared their experiences. Olivier ( Brittany, France)

    Da S. A. Su 19/Feb/2016 :

    Titolo : Product is as described.
    Commenti : Remember to read a good amount of information before drinking - You WILL purge! I forgot this and drank and whole glass of this (It taste awful) together with B. Caapi. Then I vomit in my bucket after 30 minutes. I don't know if it was the Caapi or this, but I was freaking relaxed. Really awesome relaxted. Then I decided to try to shut my eyes and I got zapped by my brain. When I finally could shut my eyes without the zappy-feeling, I had some vivid images coming up! Good product overall.

    Da A. T. Su 13/Gen/2016 :

    Titolo : Very bad for smoking
    Commenti : I smoked it trough the vapo and trough a bong. Both didnt work. I did not notice anything. Nothing happended. Ill try it in an Ayahuasca now and will update later on.

    Da Z. J. Su 18/Nov/2015 :

    Titolo : best DMT source
    Commenti : IMHO it is the best DMT source for ayahuasca. 2 gr rue + 2 gr mimosa is enough for a 2 hour trip. :-)

    Da M. B. Su 19/Ott/2015 :

    Titolo : Parfait
    Commenti : Livraison discrète et rapide. Produit de qualité. Je recommande !

    Da J. L. :

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    Da M. G. Su 07/Sett/2015 :

    Titolo : Wonderful
    Commenti : The real deal, if you want to deworm your bowel :D Best Parasite cleanse! Used by the shamans since the early hours of humanity.


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Da pscyn | 2013-05-15 19:02:20

Is this root-bark or stem-bark Mimosa hostilis ?

Zamnesia

This product is root-bark based.

Da CG | 2013-03-15 16:41:17

È possibile acquistare i semi di questa pianta?

Zamnesia

Sorry, we currently do not sell the seeds of this plant, nor will we in the future. Unfortunately there's simply not enough demand for them, nor can we find any suppliers that can guarantee their germination.

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