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Ambil Tabacco Paste from the Huitoto Tribe of Colombia, 50 g
€ 53.00 incl. VAT
New fresh Ambil available! Prepared especially for our store by Vicky from Leticia, Colombia in September 2021.
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Chrisantem, the founder and owner of Pachamamaherbs, visits regularly Colombia and buy local specialties from the Huitoto tribe for you.
Ambil tobacco paste from Huitoto
Our Ambil is very consciously cooked by Vicky in the jungle near Leticia, very powerful and strong medicine-woman. It’s not so often that medicines are made by womans, she brings very nice blessings and care to the Ambil – tobacco paste.
Content: Very strong extract of Tobacco, Vegetal salt of the jungle
Package: 50 g
Date of preparetion: 10 of September 2021
Ambil is a traditional Colombian medicine. Many of you already know tobacco in the form of “Mapacho” incense or ground tobacco as the main component of “shamanic rapé tobacco”. In Colombia, tobacco is used for smoking and cleansing in the form of cigars, and it is also used to make ambil tobacco paste.
According to tradition, Ambil is the “Medicine of the Blessing”. It brings blessings to the persons who use it, and he or she can pray for anything or anybody…
In Colombia, it is also used with a special powder called Mambe (powder of coca leaves), but Ambil can also be used separately.
This product is an ethnobotanical specimen.
It is not approved as a nutritional supplement, nutritive or a drug. We are not responsible for the damage caused by the irresponsible use.
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