Huni Kuin Murici
Rapé Murici is one of the most popular blends. It is prepared by the Huni Kuin tribe who call it ‘Warrior Rapé’. Its powder is very fin and it contains many herbs. We know only about the key ingredients which are bark from Murici tree burnt to ashes and sacred shamanic tobacco Mapacho. This blend can create a strong power in both physical and energetic bodies.
We also pack our Rapé into unbreakable glass. We choose dark blue glass to keep Rapé fresh for as long as possible.
PS: We like to recycle our bottles and send them back into circulation.
Made by Natives in the week of 17. – 23. May 2021
The Rapé Murici, called by indians “Rapé Warrior”. Has a very strong masculine energy. It helps in grounding and healing energies in the lower abdomen. The “Rapé Warrior” is a great helper in contacting the inner force. It helps to find the strength to act, focus on the goal and keep clarity in our minds.
The recipes for specific rapes are completely secret, and in every Huni Kuin village, these recipes are passed on through the tribes and are perceived as sacred. This means that it is not possible to know the exact content.
However, what we know about this Huni Kuin Murici rapé is that the main ingredients are the sacred shamanic Mapacho and the ash from the bark of the Murici tree (Byrsonima crassifolia).
The rapé on offer comes from the Huni Kuin Indians of the Acré region. It is a very fine powder for which great efforts are made to achieve this quality.
The Murici tree produces fruit that is highly prized among forest animals, it is an important part of their diet. We can also see the energetic and spiritual potential of the use of the ash of the Murici tree thanks to the fact that the Indians create decoctions from the bark of the tree, which help against inflammation of the genital organs or diarrhea. In the Indian village you can also see the bark of Murici being crushed to help with skin diseases or snake bites. Murici bark is rich in tannins, is strongly antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antifungal.