In Australia, DMT is normally made from Acacia trees. Since the mid-1990s, we’ve seen rare, threatened and common Acacia stripped of bark, cut and pulled from the ground. This kills Acacia trees. Common Acacias may become threatened if this wild harvest continues.
How can you help protect Acacias?
CONFiRM The SOuRCE
Ask your supplier where their DMT is coming from. Is their DMT sustainable, home-grown, or taken from the wild?
AVOID WILD ACACIAS
Refuse DMT products made from wild Acacia and other wild sources.
If your supplier’s DMT was made from wild Acacias, ask if it was made from fallen or dead material. Can they be sure material wasn’t removed from living trees? Did they obtain land owner consent?
Grow and share Acacias for ornamental reasons and encourage others to do the same.
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