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Acacia confusa, or Taiwan Acacia, is considered a great plant for modern Ayahuasca preparations. It is native to South East Asia, but is also common in Pacific regions like Hawaii. It is used as a herbal medicine in Taiwan. Little research has been done, but successful Ayahuasca preparations and direct oral activity using the root bark (and possibly, ordinary bark) have been reported. 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. Acacia is reportedly as effective as Jurema (Mimosa hostilis) in Ayahuasca preparations.
Please note, this is not shredded or powdered and the bark is tough. It is best broken in to smaller chunksand stewed in water on a gentle simmer to get the most active ingredients out of it. It is very potent and is traditionally consumed with great caution.
Other names: Rainbow Tree, Acacia Petit Feuille, small Philippine Acacia, Formosa Acacia (Taiwan Acacia), Formosa Koa.