Bottle, 10 Ml, 5 Gr from Colombia (SKU 3368)
A beautifuly scented brown type Rapè. Jungle Cacao shells and Nicotiana rustica are the main ingredients. This Rapé is mainly used for gatherings and lenghthy forms of communication. This divinely smokey and chocolatey Rapè is respectfully powerful and stimulates a lot of energy in the system and has the effect of providing the abilty to deal with internal and external issues one may need to clear. Good for late night works and celebrations to share and to accept among friends and newcomers alike. More information below.
Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 5 gr.
New! A beautifuly scented brown type Rapè from the Yucuna tribe in Colombia. A mix of herbs including jungle Cacao shells are used in this preperation along with Nicotiana rustica as its main ingredient. It's color indicates that less ashes are used than in most other Rapé's, making this one very grounding and strong. This one is mainly used for gatherings and lenghthy forms of communication. A divinely smokey and chocolatey Rapè. Respectfully powerful, it stimulates a lot of energy in the system and has the effect of providing the abilty to deal with internal and external issues one may need to clear. Good for late night works and celebrations to share, and to share and accept among friends and newcomers alike. Its own distinct aroma lingers for some time after the residue has been removed.
As this Rapé came in quite a coarsely ground form, we have reprocessed it into a fine and creamy 125 micron powder: Extremely fine dust.
Other names: Yacuna, Yucuna, Forca.
The Yucuna or Yukuna Matapí people belong to the Arawak linguistic family. The people we work with inhabit land around the town Leticia in Colombia and the mestizo town of La Pedrera. Traditionally this group lived on the watershed of the Mirití-Paraná river in the North-east of the Colombian Amazonas. The Yacuna tribe consists of only 450 individuals currently, and most of them live close to the Matapí tribe on the sides of the Miriti-Paraná river.
There are few studies and reports of the Yucuna people. The first references come from the rubber trafficking time during the 18th century. Since then the tribe has faced many migrations and relocations.
Their explanation and understanding of their place within the cosmos includes the presence of the Karipulakena people, the Yurupari spirit and the Shaman. The Karipulakena people are the sons and daughters of the world. They created the all living creatures of the water. The Yurupari spirit is the main owner of the mountain and is the highest rank in the hierarchy of mythic owners of the world. The Shaman specializes in the religious and magic world, and he has the higher human authority. He prevents and heals sicknesses. He also is the one who asks for permission to use the resources of the earth.
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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