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danesahne
#1 Posted : 6/2/2019 7:48:47 PM
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Hello people I come from Paraguay and could find this plant I guess it is an acacia but I can't find out which one exactly. I've already gone through all the lists on Wikipedia but couldn't find this species. Maybe someone knows this species by chance and hopefully it contains the desired active ingredients Pleased







Thanks for your help!

Edit: i also found this acacia the seedpots Contain 2 seeds each.

 

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Jagube
#2 Posted : 6/3/2019 10:37:45 AM

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Are you sure it's an acacia? It may be another mimosoid.
 
danesahne
#3 Posted : 6/3/2019 1:51:47 PM
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Are you sure it's an acacia? It may be another mimosoid.


No, I'm not sure. I just suspected it might be one because of the look of the leaves and seed pots.
 
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#4 Posted : 6/3/2019 2:06:52 PM
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You are so lucky I'm sure its an acacia tree not sure what exactly its called though and could be mimosa tree so can't id but that's amazing you can find it wild like that free supply may be a bit old though lol
 
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#5 Posted : 6/3/2019 2:07:53 PM
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Were there any flowers on the tree?? You would have a better chance of i.d. of the tree when the tree flowers if it does and go by the flower to have verify the specie of the tree
The pods look like acacia but the tree I'm not sure??
 
danesahne
#6 Posted : 6/3/2019 3:06:35 PM
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I'm not sure if I'm so lucky. After a long search I came across this "Leucaena leucocephala" name. As it looks this type of acacia contains no "dream material" ;-)
no flowers btw
 
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#7 Posted : 6/4/2019 4:21:59 AM

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Leucaena Leucocephala is a great plant!
The fresh legumes are edible
You can fry them up and season them a bit, they're super delicious.
People sell the pods at Vallartas in different cities.
Don't eat hard/black seeds, they can be nauseating.
No DMT in this plant.
If on the west coast, Acacia Longifolia, Maidenii, and Cyclops are abundant.
 
 
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