Kuntanawa (Jarina) | Sabia Mapacho, Sapota & Jarina Flowers (Phytelephas aequatorialis)
We are so happy to be working with the Kuntanawa allowing us to support them directly via trade and charity.
Kuntanawa Jarina is a powerful and flowery Rapé from the Kuntanawá tribe.
Brings the light in. Shines light to your path as well as protects one on their spiritual mission.
Jarina is made from the flower of the palm tree and it’s wonderful tropical scent can be recognized from far distances.
Very clean and firmly ground. Perfect for balancing energy and getting peace. Jarina is a very appreciated blend among tribal users. They say that Jarin’s flowers can make them invisible to spiritual and physical enemies and keep enemies far away which brings about peace.
This unique mix is also recommended before bedtime. It improves the quantity and quality of dreams. Many people use it for distant dream and lucid journeys.
Located in the Brazilian Amazon.
The people of Kuntanawa are one of the twelve known indigenous tribes that live in the state of Acre.
During the beginning of the 20th century, the people almost became extinct by the arrival of the rubber tapper. For almost a century the people stayed off the map from the Brazilian government. The descendants were thought to be wiped out, from the genocide of the Kuntanawa people. At the turn of the 21st century, the Kuntanawa leaders, elders Milton and Mariana, their children and their grandchildren resorted to the government in search of their rights as the protectors of the Kuntanawa land.
This started a new page in history and in the life of the forest, bringing hope to resurrect the knowledge and traditions of their people. Kuntanawa is currently in a phase of reconstruction of their people, spirit, culture, history, and language. There is a focus to heal from the discrimination of their ancestral heritage.
The Kuntanawa nation currently has a modest population spread throughout three villages. There are a total of 100 people, although approximately 400 Kuntanawa can be found in different cities and communities along the riverside.
The challenge of the people of Kuntanawa is survival techniques and self-sustainability that were traditionally taught by their ancestors. These challenges have resulted in the motivation of Kuntanawa to rediscover their traditional ways
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