Albizia

Albizia

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Albizia, also known as Bobinsana in the jungle, where she is revered as the master plant teacher of the Shipibo lineage. The root barks contain large amounts of DMT and are extracted early in the morning to use in the Ayhuasca brew mix. Her flowers and stem bark are a mysterious stimulant which promotes feeling happy, hence her the name β€œThe Happy Tree” 

My Process” This blend was made using wild harvested flowers and stem bark picked by me in the Native American Maidu land where I live. I grind up the flowers and bark into a thin powder so I can compress as much as I can get into a quart size glass jar. After processing for one month in a alcohol solvent I drain the liquid and pour that liquid into a fresh batch of grinded up flowers and bark for double extraction and potency.

Effects: Albizia is used as an anti-depressant, for insomnia and irritability.Β 

Dosage: 1-3 droppers full is a nice happy dose for overall feel good. If you want to feel the psycho-active effects up your dosage to 8-10 droppers full. You cannot overdose on Albizia. This is not a poisonous plant and this extract does not contain any of the DMT elements so you will not hallucinate on this bottle. Albizia is safe to take everyday. Albizia pairs very well with other entheogen and can be mixed and matched with micro-doses.Β 



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