Discover the Enchanting Acacia Confusa Root Bark
Experience the magic of Acacia confusa root bark, sourced from Taiwan. Our farmers collect it from fallen trees during the rainy season, ensuring the highest quality and potency.
Native Use and Chinese Medicine
The indigenous people of Taiwan have long used ACRB as an entheogen, while Chinese medicine practitioners still use it today. According to old herbalists, ACRB can take you to another world.
While most people prefer to work with Mimosa hostilis root bark, ACRB offers a unique and enchanting experience.
Habitat and Characteristics
Acacia confusa belongs to the Leguminosae (Pea family) and is a perennial tree native to South-East Asia. It grows up to 15 meters tall and is commonly found in tropical Pacific areas, including Hawaii, where it is considered invasive.
The wood and bark of Acacia confusa are rich in tannins, which are used for dyeing and staining animal hides and other materials. The stem bark of the tree contains between 23-35% tannins, making it a valuable resource for tannin extraction.
Acacia confusa root and trunk bark contain high concentrations of noteworthy alkaloids.
In traditional Chinese medicine, A. confusa was used to cure wounds and antiblood stasis. The plant is also used for firewood, charcoal-making, railroad ties, mining construction, and mushroom cultivation. It has great potential for air pollution prevention due to its remarkable carbon dioxide sequestration ability and foliar dust retention.
Features of Acacia Confusa Root Bark
- Enchanting and unique experience
- Sourced from Taiwan for highest quality and potency
- Rich in tannins for dyeing and staining
- Contains noteworthy alkaloids
- Used in traditional Chinese medicine
Experience the magic of Acacia confusa root bark today. Purchase now at Wisdom of Plants Institute.