YES we do ship mimosa to the US and have been doing so successfully for years now.
We classify our Mimosa hostilis Root Bark (mhrb) by fragrancy from medium, high to highest and offer three types; Brazil: medium – Mexico: high – Hidden Valley: highest
Always fresh stock of this highly recommended vine. This stock is harvested January 2019. Sustainable, fair trade and organic
We offer you five forms of this excellent stock. All organic, all shade dried, all sustainably harvested.
Genus: Diplopterys (formerly Banisteriopsis)
Species: D. cabrerana
Common names: Banisteriopsis rusbyana, Banisteriopsis longialata, Chaliponga, Chagropanga, Chalipanga, Chacruna, Oco-yage (water yage), Biaxii, Chagrupanga (Inga, ‘chagr leaf’) Ka-hee-ko (karapana), Kahi (Tukano, ‘that which causes vomiting’), Mene Kahi Ma, Nyoko-buko Guda Hubea Ma (Barasana) Yaco-Ayahuasco (Quechua/Peru), Yahe Vine
Origin: Amazon Jungle Ecuador
Common names: Chacruna, Chacrona, Oprito, Sami Ruca, Chaqruy, Amiruka, Amiruca Panga, O-pri-to, Kawa, Rami Appane, Suija, Tupamaqui, Yage, Cahua (Shipibo-Conibo), Horova (Campa), Oprito (Kofan), Rainha.