Mimosa Hostillis is a plant commonly found in the jungles of South America, especially in Brazil. Also known as Mimosa Tenuiflora and also Mimosa Jurema, the plant has been used by the people in those areas for centuries. The uses of the Mimosa Hostillis is dependent on the practices that many indigenous communities make about it. It is most commonly used in a mixture with other plants that are part of the fauna of tropical forests of nearby locations. These mixtures are often consumed by villages in ceremonies, with benefiting effects, working as sedatives and many other ‘magical functions’.
The plant has been dubbed ‘Tree of the skin’ as it has a lot of benefits for the skin. In the 10th century, Mayan healers were already using powder from the bark on skin lesions. In 1984, the explosion of a gas plant caused more than 3000 people to be severely burned. There was a serious shorted of modern medicine in the area of the explosion at the time, so the Red Cross suggested that the bark of this tree be used on wounds. The results amazed the doctors.
The plant is also commonly used today as a natural dye, sought after for its wonderful shades of purple and pink.
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