Bottle, 10 Ml, 7 Gr from Brazil (SKU 4109)
Nukini Yemanja. A beautiful powerful medicine from the Nukini Rapé masters bring the force of their medicine blended with the softness of white roses. Another masterful Rapé that brings the power of the feminine in this mystery of the sacred Tabaco. This Rapé is crafted with Tabaco de Corda, Tsunu and white roses. After studying the medicines, the right lunar position and so on they made a just beautiful medicine. It is a very fine light brown powder with no texture at all. Almost silky, and smelling friendly. Yet, the sting is surprisingly intense and gentle at the same time. More information below.
Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 7 gram.
|4109||bottle||10 ml||7 gr||1 pc||$ 23.27|
|2 pcs||$ 45.25|
|4110||bottle||25 ml||15 gr||1 pc||$ 43.96|
|4111||pot||60 ml||40 gr||1 pc||$ 108.60|
New in our collection: Nukini Yemanja. A beautiful powerful medicine from the Nukini Rapé masters bring the force of their medicine blended with the softness of white roses. A very particular blend that might sounds different but is an instant success. Another masterful Rapé that brings the power of the feminine in this mystery of the sacred Tabaco.
This Rapé is crafted with Tabaco de Corda, Tsunu and white roses. After studying the medicines, the right lunar position and so on they made a just beautiful medicine. It is a very fine light brown powder with no texture at all. Almost silky, and smelling friendly. Yet, the sting is surprisingly intense and gentle at the same time.
White roses are in Brazil considered good for spiritual cleansing and are used in flower baths for aura cleansing, they are considered related to the queen of the sea, the African goddess Yemanja, one more symbol of Brazilian cultural synchronism, where the indigenous spirituality meets the African, the mystery of the forest meets the sea! When you participate of many medicine circles in Brazil, even in de Amazon, even with indigenous people you be surprised at how many songs refer to the queen of the sea. Thousands of kilometers away from the coast, where most people have never seen the sea for real you will find them praising the queen of the sea and her mysteries. There even is a different stream of the Santo Daime religion that is called Barquinha, which means little boat, they are dedicated to the mysteries of the waters, principally the sea.
In the Yorubá language of West Africa all the names of the Orixás have a meaning, Yemanja literally means Mother of fish and she is considered the mother of most of Orixás and the mother of the waters, the supreme mother goddess. In the Brazilian synchronistic believe she is related to another earth mother, Mary in whose name we can also find back the root Mar or Mer, which as most people know is the Latin word or root for sea. Here we encounter the ancient mystical understanding of the feminine life giving force of the sea from whose proverbial womb, as also the scientists agree, all life sprung. In Brazil from north to south and east to west Yemanja is the most celebrated and adored symbol of the feminine, the manifestation of the goddess, Mother Nature and the mystical rose.
Other names: Nukini White Roses.
The Nukini tribe can be found 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.
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