Bottle, 10 Ml, 7 Gr from Brazil (SKU 3179)
(Batch #1503) Mulateiro ashes (Calycophyllum spruceanum) obtained from a Yawanawa "ash-maker". Mulateiro ashes are used in Rapé to release tensions of the right and left cerebral lobes, thereby providing profound balance and equilibrium of mind and body. An essential component to create your favorite Rapé. These powerful ashes mix well with any of the Tabaco's, increasing their strength and absorption. They can also be added to any other Rapé to increase its potential and add an extra dimension, and to increase the "slicing" effect. More information can be found below.
Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 7 gr.
|3179||bottle||10 ml||7 gr||1 pc||£ 6.75|
|3180||bottle||25 ml||15 gr||1 pc||£ 12.00|
|4331||pot||60 ml||50 gr||1 pc||£ 35.00|
Very finely sifted Mulateiro ashes (Calycophyllum spruceanum) obtained from a Yawanawá "ash-maker". The ash of the cask of the Mulateiro tree is a powerful ash used to firm spiritual works, and is considered good for concentration. The Mulateiro bark is used for it’s rejuvenating qualities and for other medicinal use apart from it's use in Rapé.
Mulateiro ashes are used in Rapé to release tensions of the right and left cerebral lobes, thereby providing profound balance and equilibrium of mind and body. This exquisite ingredient is a crucial element of a powerful and balanced blend and should not be omitted in your own favourite Rapé composition. Ashes mix excellently with any of the Tobaccos. (Mapacho, Longleaf and Tobacho). Furthermore, blending Tobacco with ashes increases the strength and absorption, making it exquisitely strong.
This is one of several varieties of pure ashes that were collected for us. A friend who was traveling the entire South Americas in 2017 has visited many different tribes in search for knowledge and exchange of shamanic plants, ashes and Rapé snuffs. After negotiating the contributions and the purpose and goals of this exchange it resulted in a promising benefit for all involved. Over time we were presented with a unique collection of genuine ashes and Rapé's that were produced with the intention to be shared with a new and wide audience, worldwide. And to work towards a new future exchange of knowledge and medicines between cultures. This unique item is one of its kind and comes from a new collaboration between cultures far apart.
This is an extremely fine powderof 100 micron fineness. This is our standard. All of our products we process to a high standard and consistent fineness, using laboratory grade seives.
A detailed description on how to blend your own Rapé can be found here.
Other names: Mulateiro or Pau-mulato Ashes
The Yawanawá, or the tribe of the white-lipped peccary, are a small tribe of 1,300 people, living remotely in only a few villages along the Gregório River. They are known as warriors, as they always keep on fighting, even in hard times. At some point in history their tribe was almost extinct, with only about 300 members left. Nowadays their tribe has grown again, and their traditions and knowledge have been conserved in a very strict way.
The Yawanawá were the first tribe that initiated a woman to become a shaman, setting a huge example in the history of shamans. In their language rapé is called Rume and the Yawanawá preferably blend Rume with Tsunu ashes and mapacho, which gives this special blend a very refined taste. In addition, Tsunu is used for healing purposes and has a supportive role during ayahuasca ceremonies.
More information on the Yawanawa
Fine Mulateiro ashes (Calycophyllum spruceanum). Mulateiro belongs to the Rubiaceae family and is a canopy tree of 30 meter height. Interestingly its bark can shed and regenerate on a yearly basis, enabling a sustainable harvest and attributing regenerative properties to the use of its tree bark.
The tree is known as Mulateiro or Pau-mulato in Brazil, but it has the name Capirona in Peru. It has a long tradition in the indigenous Amazonian culture, including many medicinal uses. Dried bark is used to counteract fungi, parasites, infections, and wounds or burns. Moreover, it is also often added to Ayahuasca. A tea of the bark is, in addition, used to treat diabetes, and its resin is used for abscesses and skin cancers.
This natural product is offered for its ethnographic and historical value and is delivered with no expressed or implied fitness for a specific purpose. It is simply a raw botanical specimen, or a scientific sample. The information provided is purely meant for historical, scientific and educational purposes and should never be interpreted as a recommendation for a specific use. The use and application of our product is at the customer's decision, responsibility and risk.
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