Rapé Yawanawa Cumaru
Main properties: conscious breath, being
Strong impact zone: third eye chakra
Size: 3g, 6g, 18g(3x6g), 48g(8x6g), 50g
We provide the freshest Rapé straight from the rainforest.
Rapé Yawanawa Cumaru is one of the most unique mixes that comes form the talented Yawanawa tribe. These indigenous people of the Amazon create some of the most widely known Rapés in the world. For this unique blend they have chosen the amazing plant of Cumaru to be the secret ingredient.
The study of Yawanawa spirituality begins with prayers and fasting, and the path is marked by severe initiation rituals. Rapé has a long history of healing that may be traced back to ancient times in their cosmology, as told in their tales. What is more, the Yawanawa have a deep understanding of their shamanic system, which is passed down via generations of initiates and shamans.
Rapé Yawanawa Cumaru is based on some of the most special ingredients, inluding the Cumaru. This sacred tree adds wonderful aroma and lets its enthusiast focus on opening the third eye chakra. Along with that process comes better understading of the being and the self. This Rapé also affects conscious breath, which can be a positive aspect during breathing trainings.
Yawanawa is a small tribe with 1300 figures, living in little towns longitudinally of the Gregorio River. They are known as swordsmen as they fight all the time, even in hard times. At one point their tribe somehow died out and only 300 members survived. Today their tribe has grown, while their morals and knowledge have been preserved in an extremely tight manner. Yawanawa was the first tribe that initiated a woman to become a shaman, constituting a huge illustration in the history of sorcerers. In their language, Rapé is called Rume. Yawanawa will fall in love with mixing Rume with Tsunu ash and mapacho, which is giving this special mixture of an extremely sophisticated palate. In addition, Tsunu is used more closely for healing and has support during the Ayahuasca ceremony.
This natural product is offered for its historical and ethnographic value and is supplied without any expressed or presumed fitness for a particular purpose. It is simply a raw botanical specimen or a scientific sample. The information provided is intended for historical, scientific and educational purposes only and should not be construed as a recommendation for a specific application. The use and application of our product is in the decision, responsibility and risk of the customer.