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Mimosa bark is a [[tannins|vegetable tannin]], which is extracted from the [[tanner]] acacia cultivated in Australia, Southeast Asia and South Africa. The bark of the tree is used, which has a very high [[tannins|tannin]] content of up to 30 percent. [[Leather]] [[tanning leather|tanned]] with mimosa bark has a reddish [[leather colour|colour]] through the tannins.
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Mimosa bark is a [[tannins|vegetable tannin]], which is extracted from the [[tanner]] acacia cultivated in Australia, Southeast Asia and South Africa. The bark of the tree is used for tanning as it has a very high [[tannins|tannin]] content of up to 30 percent. [[Leather]] [[tanning leather|tanned]] with mimosa bark has a reddish [[leather colour|colour]] through the tannins.
  
 
Mimosa extract is also used in natural medicine to treat headaches and diarrhoea.
 
Mimosa extract is also used in natural medicine to treat headaches and diarrhoea.

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The tanner acacia (acacia catechu).

 


Mimosa bark is a vegetable tannin, which is extracted from the tanner acacia cultivated in Australia, Southeast Asia and South Africa. The bark of the tree is used for tanning as it has a very high tannin content of up to 30 percent. Leather tanned with mimosa bark has a reddish colour through the tannins.

Mimosa extract is also used in natural medicine to treat headaches and diarrhoea.



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