About Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis)
Firstly, Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis) powder is the ground root bark of the Mimosa Hostilis, nowadays the scientific name is Mimosa tenuiflora. Also, this tree or bush from the family of the Fabaceae is originally from northeastern Brazil but also grows in several countries in Central and South America. This entheogen can be used as an ingredient in Ayahuasca but is also effective without the addition of other plant species. As well as the effect is identical, the intensity and duration vary. The traditional preparation of Mimosa Hostilis is called Vinho de Jurema (Wine of Jurema). This ‘sacred’ beverage has been used by shamans for thousands of years, serving it during special ceremonies to invoke visions and experience the Divine.
Effects of Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis)
Furthermore, you might get nauseous. If you feel like vomiting. It’s best not to fight this urge and just give in to it. Vomiting has both a physical and spiritually purifying effect. Nausea can actually be a physical symptom of emotions. That you usually don’t want to confront and are now being released. After giving in to nausea you will feel a lot better. And it will be much easier to enjoy the trip. After 45 to 60 minutes you can experience religious ecstasy. And you may experience your first visions. Intense colors, flowers, fireworks, and mandala-shaped forms. With higher doses (not for the beginner) you can experience jungle-like worlds.
HOW TO Use Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis)
There are several recipes for making Vinho Jurema. Each shaman has his own method of preparation, depending on the desired effect. Some shamans cooked the root bark for up to 24 hours and added honey to mask the bitter taste. Dosages can vary according to the sensitivity of the user. Be aware of the effect of a given dose and combination. When using for the first time, you are advised to take a lower dose. It is important to use pure water (distilled or filtered) because an excess of minerals can hamper the effectiveness of the infusion.
50 grams ground Mimosa Hostilis root bark
Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis) is also available in 2 complete Ayahuasca Mixes:
- Ayahuasca # 2 with Banisteriopsis Caapi
- Ayahuasca # 4 with Peganum Harmala
The average dose for 1 trip
10 to 20 grams for a mild trip
25 to 35 grams for a strong trip
Recipe for Vinho de Jurema (Jurema Wine)
1. Use purified water (distilled or filtered)
2. Take one dose of Jurema powder and pour 125 to 175 ml of cold water on it.
3. Stir it well and let it soak at least an hour, stirring occasionally
Jurema (Mimosa Hostilis) is a natural product. The potency can vary per gram. Ayahuasca brew is a matter of trying out what does and how it works best for you. There are many recipes available on the internet and in books of the shaman.
Lastly, Ayahuasca is not a party drug. Use it in a quiet, familiar environment, preferably with a sitter, this is a sober person that can take care of you. Also, do not use if pregnant, breastfeeding, or in case of depression, psychosis, or in combination with alcohol or drugs. Do not participate in traffic when using.
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