Information about Acacia
A.phlebophylla grows up to 4 meters tall. Its phyllodes are broad, short and range from 6 to 14 cm long and 3 to 9 cm wide. The seed pods are broad, straight, thick walled, leathery and not constricted between the seeds. It is found only in a narrow range of altitude in the granitic declivities on Mt. Buffalo in Victoria. For a list of non Australian acacias that contain DMT check the Tryptamines FAQ.
Usage: Smoking the phyllodes of A.phlebophyll or the bark of A.maidenii gives a mild hallucinogenic effect. The DMT can be extracted in methanol. DMT is only active when smoked or as a snuff. To be active orally harmine, a monoamineoxidase inhibitor needs to be ingested as well as the DMT.
Effects: Visual and tactile hallucinations
Active Constituents: The bark of A.maidenii contains 0.36% DMT. The phyllodes (leaf like) of A.phlebophylla contain 0.3% DMT. The 0.24% N-methyl tryptamine in the bark of A.maidenii is probably not active at the these doses.
Fitzgerald, J.S. & Sioumis, A.A., 1965. Alkaloids of Australian
Also See: Extracting DMT from Acacia maidenii