Apurina (Nature) Rapé
Apurina rapé is a perfect way to connect with the spirits of the forest. Being completely tobacco and ash free and consisting of a secret blend of around 30 plants it has a strength completely unlikely the tobacco based rapés. Best used outside in nature to connect oneself with Pachamama.
For those who are used to the darker blends with Mapacho it may take a little while to attune to the elegant strength that this blend provides – it has its own unique power if you are willing to listen to it.
This is an extremely rare and precious green rapé, normally super difficult to source as the ingredients themselves are hard to source and made even more difficult during wet season.
About the Apurina
The Apurinã who call themselves ‘popũkare’ are an indigenous people of Brazil. The Apurinã inhabit mostly the valley of the river Purus, Amazonas. In 1991, it’s estimated population was 2,800 people. In 2003, according to FUNASA such group counted 4,087 individuals. Their language belongs to the Arawak family Maipure. The language would be the closest Machineri in the upper Rio Purus. The Apurinã live in various indigenous lands – Paumari Paricá lake and Paumari Marahã lake.
The more you buy, the cheaper it gets. You can even mix and match items too !
|If you buy||1 -4||5 +|
|Each item is||£30.00||£27.00|
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