Kuntanawa Mel de Daime
Rapé Mel de Daime carries a subtle power, it is the right sacred tool for delicate, more subtle work. It brings the energy of heart, love, trust and hugs.
This Rapé it illuminates the heart chakra area and brings a connection with our beloved creeper from the forest and our own essence.
Rapé Kuntanawa – Mel de Daime's Rapé from the Kuntanawa tribe, which works and has strong contact with the rainforest creeper – Daime. This forest drink is welded by the Indians to a dense mass (MEL), which is then allowed to dry in the sun and mixed together with dried leaves of Chacruna into a base of Rapé Thun.
Made by Indigenous in week 21. – 27. February 2022
399 Kč – 1,325 Kč
Mel de Daime's Rapé made by the Kuntanawa tribe, living in Brazil, in Acré on the upper reaches of the Tejo River, Alto Juruá.
In the village of Kuntamanã, lives the "leader" and Pajé Haru Kuntanawa, who helps his tribe to get back on their feet and gain full ethnic recognition. Because it was this tribe that almost disappeared in Brazil during the rubber boom and as a result lost many of its traditions and tribal language.
There are now about 350 Indians in the Kuntanawa tribe, and Paje Haru is a great help for the restoration of tribal values.
With the help of the sacred spirit of the forest – Daime, Kuntanawa reawa awakens and remembers. As Paje Haru himself says , "I believe that through Yaga and her leadership, the Kuntanawa people will discover their ancient knowledge and remember lost customs."
That's why we decided to share with you Rapé, which contains the forest liana, the Energy of Daime and is produced by the Kuntanawa tribe, which has such a special and deep relationship with this shamanic path.
Rapé Mel de Daime carries a subtle power, a beautiful intermediary for more subtle work. It brings the energy of heart, love, trust and hugs. This Rapé it illuminates the heart chakra area and brings a connection with our beloved creeper from the forest and our own essence.
Haru Kuntanawa also created the project "Kunta" in which the centerpiece of Kuntamanã, where the members of the tribe live, is also a village of mutual encounters of tribes such as Yawanawa, Poyanawa, Kaxinawa, Jaminawa, Deadawa. Huru strives to create sustainable projects in the villageas such as crafts, a living pharmacy, afforestation, fish farming and other projects that bring cultural, environmental, social and economic values. Mainly the tribes pass on knowledge among themselves and remember the ancient doctrines lost between words.
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