Acacia acuminata is an Australian native found primarily in the Southern corner of West Australia, with 2 subspecies of narrow & broad ‘leaf’.
This plant tends to grow in sandy areas on hilly undulating areas of higher salinity. Like some wattles in Australia, acuminata reportedly contains the indole alkaloids N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) & N-methyltrypamine (NMT), alkaloids derived from L-tryptophan and found endogenously in many plants & animals including the mammalian brain. Whilst extremely variable reports claim up to 1.6% in the bark & 1.2% in the phyllode.
Along with other alkaloids and constituents, acuminata is a powerful plant teacher with a suggested history of use throughout Indigenous Australia. Acacias in general were important food, medicine and material for Australia’s First Nations people.
This flower essence may tap you into a clearer dialogue with nature spirits, plants, and ancestral relations, especially through the dreaming. It can be used to prepare for ceremony, and in times of transition.
Flower essences are subtle yet powerful preparations which harness the vibrational quality of a plant’s flowers. Similar to homeopathy, whereby minute dosing of a natural substance is used, flower essences capture the pure life force of a plant through pure water and prana.
EntheoBotanica’s flower essences focus on capturing the tone and vitality of entheogenic plants by using alive water, pure ethanol, & crystal glassware with a high refractive index to bend and capture light. All together this aims to remove interference between you and the plant, allowing the water to be a clear interface for an unobstructed vegetal-human relation.
This product is prepared from wyld harvested flora, prepared from sunlight, local Cooroy Mountain spring water, and preserved in 15% pure ethanol.
Suggested dosage: 7 drops nightly before bed for enhanced dream activity & communication with the plant spirit.
Please store in a cool dark place, out of sunlight, heat & air exposure.
As an empowered and sovereign being, please conduct your own research, or consult your health practitioner, before deciding whether a herb is the right plant for you right now, and ensure there will be no interactions with any medications you may be using. If you are self-medicating, and have any worsening of symptoms, please stop use of the herb and seek the advice of a qualified professional.