The main reason why acacia confusa root bark powder for sale is advertised everywhere is because people are familiar with Mimosa hostilis root bark and therefor assume that it is the only useful part of the plant. This has been shown on several studies to not be the case with Acacia confusa. Acacia confusa trunk bark is as useful as the root bark.
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 root powder are known as Formosahuasca (after Formosa acacia, i.e., the beautiful acacia, presumably after Ilha Formosa, i.e., the beautiful island, the original Portuguese name for Taiwan), or alternatively as Chinahuasca or Asian Ayahuasca.
100% pass 80 mesh
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2 years when properly stored.
The bark of all Acacia species contains greater or lesser quantities of tannins and are astringent. Astringents are often used medicinally - taken internally, for example. they are used in the treatment of diarrhoea and dysentery, and can also be helpful in cases of internal bleeding. Applied externally, often as a wash, they are used to treat wounds and other skin problems, haemorrhoids, perspiring feet, some eye problems, as a mouth wash etc.
Many acacia confusa powder also yield greater or lesser quantities of a gum from the trunk and stems. This is sometimes taken internally in the treatment of diarrhoea and haemorrhoids.
The tree is grown to provide shade and shelter, especially near the coast, where it can also be used to help stabilize dunes.
The tree is grown to provide material for green manures.
A natural pioneer species, invading disturbed ground, growing quickly, fixing atmospheric nitrogen, and creating conditions suitable for other trees. It can be used as a pioneer species forrestoring native woodland and establishing woodland gardens.
The tree is a source of tannins. Acacia confusa root bark powder harvested for its tannins should only be taken from mature stems, and only when the sap is rising at the beginning of the growing season - which is when the tannin content is highest and the bark is most easily removed from the wood
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