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Yawanawa Mulateiro

Bottle, 10 Ml, 7 Gr from Brazil (SKU 3171)

Yawanawá Mulaterio exceeds most other Rapé's, in strength and intensity. An extremely fine and flowing powder that has a dark grey appearance. It provides a sharp, powerful initial sensation that has a tendency to immediately make the eyes water. A large amount of power and energy can be felt in the first few moments with a subtle and peaceful after effect. More information can be read below.

Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 7 gr.



Yawanawá Mulaterio exceeds most other Rapé's, in strength and intensity. Low doses are advised.

This is an extremely fine and flowing powder that has a dark grey appearance. It provides a sharp, powerful initial sensation that has a tendency to immediately make the eyes water. A large amount of power and energy can be felt in the first few moments with a subtle and peaceful after effect. The mind is released of thoughts and one is brought into a peaceful space with a high level of focus. Mulaterio ashes (Calycophyllum spruceanum) are considered to have anti ageing as well as anti parasitical properties and are said to be used in Rapé to release tensions of the right and left cerebral lobes, thereby providing profound balance and equilibrium of mind and body. 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.

This Mulaterio is a powerful Rapé blend prepared by our shaman friend in Brazil, who is using new techniques involving grinding the powders and ashes with crystals, and applying post modern shamanic rituals to intensify the power and potential of the intentions of the user.

Other names: Forca, Rapé Mulaterio, Capirona, Rapé Pau-Mulato

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

This mixture contains Mulaterio 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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