Description

Latin name: Mimosa tenuiflora, syn. Mimosa hostilis
Also know as: Mimosa, Jurema, Jurema preta, Vinho da Jurema.
Origin: Brasil

Mimosa hostilis, is a perennial evergreen shrub of the Leguminosae (Pea family). Native to the northeastern region of Brazil and found as far north as southern Mexico. It is one of scores of Mimosa species and cognates. The white, fragrant flowers occur in loosely cylindrical spikes. The fern-like branches have leaves that are finely pinnate, growing to 5 cm long. The brittle fruits average 3 cm long. The plant itself grows to 4 meters in height.

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This product is not sold or intended for the purpose of human consumption. This is a botanical specimen of ethnographic value and interest, and is delivered with no expressed or implied application or purpose”