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Tribal Rapé, Mapacho, Kambo, Sananga, Shamanic Tools & Incenses

Nukini Tsunu

Bottle, 10 Ml, 7 Gr from Brazil (SKU 3197)

A unique, aromatic and floral Rapé. Again this is a small batch, limitedly available. This rare and praized Rapé has a clear, sharp floral effect with little residue left after administration. A favorite among todays users due to its high vibration and flowery scent. Using their own sacred ashes blended into jungle tobacco this Rapé is a simple blend but affective in its ability to clear the mind and put the user into a more grounded state. More information can be read below.

Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 7 gr.

Part

bottle

Volume

10 ml

Weight

7 gr

Qty

max: 1

 




A very special aromatic and floral Rapé. The Nukini tribe is well known for their respect of the female in their shamanic history. This Rapé brings clarity of mind and helps in making the right decisions. It provides a clear, sharp floral effect with little residue left after administration. A favourite among todays users due to its high vibration and flowery scent. Effective in its ability to clear the mind and put the user into a more grounded state.

This Rapé was made by an experienced maker from the Nukini tribe that has territory in the Brazilian state Acre, Cruzero do Sul, bordering with the national park “Serra do divisor“. This is a small batch, limitedly available. It is made mainly with strong Corda Tobacco and Tsunu tree bark ash. The production of ashes took a lot of time and effort. The exchange was beneficial for the needs of the family of the maker.

Other names: Nukini Grey, Tsunu

This powerfully energizing Nukini Floresta Rapé comes from the Nukini tribe that lives in Acre, Brazil and belongs to the Pano linguistic family. The Nukini tribe compromises nowadays only about 750 members, as they suffered severely during the latex circle and afterwards, where many of the tribe members were enslaved or massacred. A huge part of their culture, including their language was consecutively lost or scattered and almost the entire ethnic group disappeared (Aguiar 2012). Yet, the Nukini managed to survive by mingling with other ethnic groups and tribes; they even rebuilt a strong socio-economic structure that enables them to be in close connection with the nature that surrounds and feeds them. Moreover, opposing many traditional Amazonian tribes, the Nukini value the female tribe members for their plant knowledge and let them gather and blend Rapé plants.

More on the Nukini

de Aguiar MS (2012). Nukiní: the Language and the Self-Esteem of a People. Proceedings published: kellogg.nd.edu/STLILLA

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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