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[2017-05-07] Introduction of A+ Organic (100g) Acacia Confusa Root Bark [The Local Connect]

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Acacia confuse is a perennial tree native to South-East Asia with some common names as acacia petit feuille, small Philippine acacia, Formosa acacia (Taiwan acacia) and Formosan koa. It grows to a height of 15m. The tree has become very common in many tropical Pacific areas, including Hawaii, where the species is considered invasive. Here A+ Quality Premium Bark is provided with satisfaction guaranteed! All Orders Ship within 24 hours! And the root bark is organically grown and of absolute freshness.

A+ Organic (100g) Acacia Confusa Root Bark [The Local Connect]


Ayahuasca analogs prepared with Acacia confusa root bark 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.
The psychoactive tryptamines extracted from Acacia confusa are described in a number of publications. The plant is considered medicinal in Taiwan. Online excerpts from Chinese medicine books (precise references are not given) state that the root can be used for detoxification, treating larynx and windpipe inflammation and liver disorders. Positive outcome has been reported for applications of Acacia confusa bark extract to combat the liver toxicity of carbon tetrachloride in rats. Goat foraging on the plant has been observed.

Acacia confusa contains high concentrations of psychoactive tryptamines in its root and trunk bark. It appears attractive for use in ayahuasca analogs, though at this point, experience with such preparations remains limited. Little research has been done, successful ayahuasca preparations and direct oral activity using the root bark and trunk bark have been reported.



A+ Organic (100g) Acacia Confusa Root Bark [The Local Connect]


Its uses include chemical products, environmental management and food and drink. The bark may be ground into a powder and saturated into water to create a tea, or may be spread onto various foods as a spice and taste enhancer. The wood has a density of about 0.75 g/cm³. In Taiwan, its wood is used to make support beams for underground mines. The wood is also converted to charcoal for family use. The plant is used in traditional medicine and is available from herbal medicine shops in Taiwan, but there has been no clinical study to support its effectiveness. It is also frequently used as a durable flooring material.

A+ Organic (100g) Acacia Confusa Root Bark [The Local Connect]
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