Bottle, 10 Ml, 7 Gr from Brazil (SKU 3300)
(Current batch #3663) This Rapé is named after the woman who created it. Nawashahu has become one of very few women in their tribe who make their own Rapé. She follows the basic Yawanawà recipe of Tabaco and ashes made from the bark of the Tsunu tree. This exquisite preparation has deeply flowery tones and the user is left with a clear and fresh state of being after the effects have resided. Although powerful as with many of the Yawanawà Rapè's this blend seems to nurture the user. More information below.
Packed in 10 ml clear plastic bottles containing 7 gr.
Prices below have been reduced by 10% for a limited time.
|3300||bottle||10 ml||7 gr||1 pc||$ 19.78|
|2 pcs||$ 38.98|
|3301||bottle||25 ml||15 gr||1 pc||$ 41.32|
|4292||pot||60 ml||40 gr||1 pc||$ 98.90|
This exquisite preparation has deeply flowery tones and the user is left with a clear and fresh state of being after the effects have resided. But it may take more than an hour before one can leave the relaxed, thoughtless and timeless space and mindstate, after applying a dose, small or large. Advised is to sit in a comfortable sofa when using this Rapé, forgetting time and matter altogether.. Although powerful as with many of the Yawanawà Rapè's this blend seems to nurture the user. A deeply relaxing state of being is reached through powerful expelling of phleghm and mucus.
Nawashahu is another beautiful feminine Rapé from the Yawanawa tradition, named after the woman who created it. Nawashahu is one of the daughters of Biraci and Putany. Biraci is leader of the Yawanawà, and her mother is the first woman initiated into the Yawanawà spiritual tradition. Nawa is a great composer, channel and singer of medicine songs in the ceremonies of the tribe and has become one of very few women who make their own Rapé. She follows the basic Yawanawà recipe of Tabaco and ashes made from the bark of the Tsunu tree.
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 ashes are used for healing purposes and have a supportive role during Ayahuasca ceremonies.
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