It is a natural mixture from extract of Mimosa, Myrrh and Propolis in equal parts of 3%, the main ingredient being the Mimosa.
Mimosa Tenuiflora Poir -the Tree of the Skin is known from very ancient times having been used by the Maya civilisation even before it was used in Europe. Its known name is Tepescohuite and it is obtained from the bark of this tree which exists in the Chiapas state exclusively. Its vindicative properties are known ever since before the written history era but they are still a complete mistery, to be found maybe in the traditional Indian medicine. Studies in IZTACALN laboratories showed that if applied on the burned skin it improves significantly the regeneration properties of the damaged cells, stimulating generally the healing by the water-oil balance of the sebaceous gland which determines the smoothness of the skin.
The gas pipe explosion in 1985 near San Juanito and the skin burns from this accident brought the Tepescohuite into present and the result of its application was amazing. Rouque Leon, a commerce engineer initiated the production on a large scale and now the Mimosa Tenuiflora can be found in creams, potions or liquid concentrations, single or in combinations like the one indicated here.
It is extremely effective in any type of dermatosis, psoriasis, allergy, acnea, spots, fungus, zoster, herpes, skin staphylococcus infections, ptiriazis, pyoderma, it cures easy forms of skin cancer.
It is recommended to be applied on the clean skin in thin layers, twice a day.