Acacia phlebophylla is a plant that grows exclusively in Mount Buffalo in Australia. This plant also is a source of the psychedelic drug DMT. DMT can be found throughout the plant – leaves, bark or stem. Because of its high DMT content(20% – 50%), it is also known as smokable Acacia. Because of the rarity of this plant, the act of plucking and smoking is largely condemned.
Locally, it is also called Buffalo sallow wattle and Mount Buffalo wattle. It has yellow flowers with rod shape and can reach upto 5 meters in height. Acacia phlebophylla species is listed as rare and threatened by the Victoria Department of Sustainability and Environment.