Acacia oxycedrus

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an independent researcher & nen888's group, have confirmed presence of alkaloids (incl.DMT) in good yields. 0.3-0.7% have been found in this tree[1]

General Plant Info

Acacia oxycedrus (Spike Wattle) is an erect or spreading shrub which is endemic to Australia.[2]

Geographic distribution

The species occurs on sandy soil in dry sclerophyll forest or heath in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.


It grows to up to 2 metres high. Phyllodes are sharp-pointed with 3 or 4 prominent longitudinal veins. Flowers are cylindrical and bright yellow to pale yellow, appearing in groups of 1 to 3 in the axils of the phyllodes from July to October. Pods are straight or slightly curved which are 4 to 10 cm long and 3 to 6 mm wide.

Alkaloid content

0.4-0.5% alkaloid stem-bark DMT-like effects [Nen888,]


Other uses


Seed germination: Seeds have shown higher germination rate with simply planting seeds into the soil, no boiled water treatment or nicking necessary