Acacia Confusa Root Bark
Acacia Confusa tree grows naturally in Southeast Asia countries. It has a wide range of uses for chemical products, to help the environment as well as food, drink and traditional medicine. Acacia Confusa Root Bark Powder can be mixed with water to create a herbal tea drink. It can also be put into different foods just like spices and for enhancing the taste. Acacia Confusa wood pulp has a density of 0.75 g/cm³. acacia tree DMT In Taiwan, this Acacia species’ wood is excellent for making support beams for underground mines in the region. The wood can also be made into charcoal to be used at home. A. Confusa root bark is often used in ancient and traditional medicine and you can find it at many herbal medicine shops around Taiwan. The local healers swear by its effectiveness for good health.
Acacia Confusa Wood
A. Confusa wood makes an excellent flooring material. The root bark of Acacia Confusa contains many psychoactive tryptamines and has been used by chemists to extract Dimethyltryptamine (DMT).
It is considered a somewhat an invasive species in Hawaii, hence it is often harvested for root bark powder for food preparations and dyes. acacia tree DMT
This psychedelic tree is native on the island of Taiwan and is also called Formosa Wattle.
Acacia confusa leaves
This Acacia Confusa Root Bark is from the lush and majestic slopes below the rain forests atop Hawaii’s volcanic mountains. We regularly harvest and hand process the bark of deep roots from our own land and that of our neighbors. We strive to not include the light colored woody material let alone the upper trunk and branch material.
It is not native to Hawai`i and is considered an invasive tree that is displacing the natural habitat. However, we still harvest sustainably, from mature trees, making sure to only take a little bit without causing any harm to the tree.
It is a great plant for Ayahausca preparations. This acacia confusa bark is originated from Hawaii. The Acacia rootbark is ethically harvested from 60-100-year-old trees and the consistency is amazing.
It is used as a herbal drink in Taiwan. Little research has been done, but successful Ayahuasca preparations and direct oral activity using the root bark (and possibly, ordinary bark) have been reported.
Ayahuasca analogs prepared with Acacia confusa root bark are known as Form of Ayahuasca.
We supply the Acacia confusa in 2-5 cm chopped root bark.
The Herb here is strictly offered as a botanical specimen. Not for consumption. Consult the disclaimer before your order.
Please note that our product is NOT INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION, Product to be used for Textile Dye, Tanning Leather, Making soaps or incense