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Rapé Blend Huni Kuin Murici from Brasil, bottle 5 g

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Rapé Murici is Known as “the tobacco of the warriors”; contains a beautiful masculine balance, grounding, helps to connect with our inner power, to focus our intention, concentrate and have mental clarity. Rapé Murici has a strong energy, with a great relaxing effect on the muscles and the whole organism, and very sharp and clear sensations on a mental level. It also acts as a stimulant for the pineal gland, making it very good for meditation and lucid dreaming.   Intensity: Strong Tribe: Made by the Huni Kuin tribe – Kaxinawá Composition: Mapacho, Murici ash (Byrsonima crassifolia) and other sacred medicinal plants of the Amazon. Murici is a tree of ancient use that is added to Rapé as an effective medicine to cleanse the energy that accumulates in the lower abdomen. Chakras: First chakra (base) and second chakra (sacral).

Enjoy with good intentions and prayer so that rapé brings you what you need. Packaging: bottle with 5 g of prepared rapé blend Country of origin: Brasil

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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Huni Kuin – Kaxinawá Tribe

Until 1946, the Kaxinawá of Peru remained isolated in the virgin forest, far from the rivers navigated by the merchants. They preferred independence and isolation to dependence that implied greater access to weapons and metal tools. Through the Yaminawa they achieved some things, until in the mid-1940s they decided that they needed more and sent a team of six men to the Taraya River for direct negotiations. Over time, the Kaxinawá made the decision to seek contact with civilization, a decision of profound consequences, which was questioned by the Kaxinawá themselves, who a generation earlier had chosen the opposite position. In this region, even today, live ethnic groups, Pano and Arawak language groups, which avoid any contact with non-indigenous society.  

 

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