Rapé Kuntanawa Jatoba
Main properties: Anti-inflammation, digestive issues
Size: 3g, 6g, 18g(3x6g), 48g(8x6g), 50g
We provide the freshest incense straight from the rainforest.
Rapé Kuntanawa Jatoba is another amazing composition of natural herbs and sacred plants carefully handcrafted by the Kuntanawa tribe. Its makers have focused on delivering an outstanding mixture that aims the body and the soul in many aspects. This Rapé blend offers a one-of-a-kind journey to the unknown influences of spiritual healing.
Based on the beautiful Jatoba plant, the magnificent blend of Rapé Kuntanawa Jatoba uses this tree's ashes as the main ingredient. This great tree is well-known among the indigenous people of the Kuntanawa tribe for its excellent wood. Its resin can be burned as an incense, developing a wonderful and full fragrance. Moreover, it also possesses astonishing medicinal properties.
Rapé Kuntanawa Jatoba is believed to be a sacred medicine with the powers to heal a wide variety of diseases. It is also said to strengthen the new. Within the ancestral origin the Jatoba plant has a very strong healing power. The reddish color of the Rapé Kuntanawa Jatoba visualises the forest blood within. The blend possesses natural powers to heal gastritis and other diseases, as well as inflammation. One of the most potent blends for digestive issues.
Like the Nukini, the Kuntanawa tribe almost died out due to massacres in the latex cycle. One family remained after the rubber boom and only since the beginning of 2000. A small group of Kuntanawa began to demand their native heritage. Unfortunately, their culture is still under threat, and Kuntanawa are still struggling to regain full ethnic recognition and try to regain their territory. Currently, there are only about 250 members in the Acre District of Brazil. To survive, Kuntanawa joins with other Pano language tribes and organizes festivals, sharing traditions, rituals and culture with foreign tourists. This small tribe works closely with the ritual use of Ayahuasca to teach and guide them. Kuntanawa even strongly believes that Ayahuasca will discover its ancient knowledge and restore their partially lost traditions. However, their language seems irreversibly lost.