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Ayawaska Rapeh features the main ingredients of the famous Ayawaska brew, namely the sacred Banisteriopsis caapi vine and Chacruna. This powerful combination, crafted by the Kuntanawa, allows you to connect with the spirit of Ayawaska and access higher spiritual planes without the psychoactive effects.
The Caapi vine, known as the "vine of the soul," combined with Chacruna creates a synergistic effect, unlocking deep spiritual insights and ancestral wisdom. Ayawaska Rapeh is a valuable tool for meditation, introspection, and holistic healing, offering spiritual and emotional balance.
Embrace the transformative power of Ayawaska Rapeh, and let the spirit of Ayawaska guide you toward a deeper understanding of yourself and the world without the psychoactive effects of DMT.*
This Ayawaska Vine rapeh is meticulously crafted by the Kuntanawa tribe of Acre, Brazil, for our customers.
Keeping Your Rapeh Fresh
Keeping Your Rapeh Fresh
Rapeh snuff can remain potent for years when kept in a cool, dry, and dark location. To maintain its quality, ensure your rapeh is tightly sealed and protected from any form of moisture. It is not recommended to store rapé in the refrigerator as condensation may form inside the container upon removal.
What is Rapeh?
What is Rapeh?
Rapeh snuff, also known as rapé or hapeh, is a time-honored sacrament cherished by the tribes of the Amazon for centuries. This handcrafted preparation comprises dried, ground medicinal plants and tree ashes. Traditionally, Rapeh is administered via a unique bone or bamboo pipe, blown directly into the nostrils.
Rapeh's diverse formulations cater to a variety of uses and broadly fall into three categories: spiritual, healing, and fortifying. It is revered for its potent purifying and grounding properties, often employed to dispel negative energy, enhance concentration, and heighten consciousness. It serves as a pivotal component in sacred rituals and ceremonies, facilitating a deeper connection with the spiritual realm, fostering self-awareness, and promoting healing and growth.*
To learn more about Rapeh, visit our What is Rapeh? page.
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Kuntanawa Ayahuasca Vine Rapeh: Exploring An Ancient Botanical Tradition
The Kuntanawa Ayahuasca Vine Rapeh contains two key plants used in the traditional Ayahuasca brew: Psychotria viridis leaves and Banisteriopsis caapi vine.
What is Ayahuasca?
Ayahuasca is an ancient psychedelic plant medicine brew with roots among indigenous cultures of the South American Amazon, dating back hundreds, perhaps thousands, of years.
The brew is orally active and traditionally prepared by combining two main ingredients: the ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) and the chacruna shrub (Psychotria viridis). Ayahuasca vines grow abundantly in the Amazon rainforest, climbing up tall trees and spreading their vines across the canopy. The chacruna plant is also native to the Amazon, growing humbly shorter in the forest understory.
Ayahuasca ceremonies are a revered practice among Amazonian tribes like the Kaxinawá (Huni Kuin), with traditional ceremonial uses tied to spiritual healing and personal growth. In other parts of the world, the Ayahuasca brew is a controlled substance, making it important to conduct research before consuming it.
The Ayahuasca Experience
Consuming the thick, bitter ayahuasca brew induces a profound psychedelic experience. It is known for provoking visual and auditory hallucinations, introspective insights, and a heightened sense of consciousness or interconnectedness.
"After drinking the dark liquid, the visions came on quickly," said Julio, a member of the Shipibo tribe. "Suddenly I was enveloped in vivid colors and patterns. The shaman's healing chanting guided me deeper into revelatory experiences of my psyche."
The Synergistic Plants of Ayahuasca
The primary visionary component in ayahuasca comes from dimethyltryptamine (DMT) contained in the Psychotria viridis chacruna leaves.
However, on its own, orally ingested DMT is not psychoactive because it gets metabolized too quickly in the body. This is where the ayahuasca vine comes in - it contains monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) like harmine that prevent DMT breakdown.
"The vine winds its way up the tallest trees, while the chacruna grows humbly in the forest below," said shamana Luisa. "Together in ceremony they open our vision to the infinite."
This synergistic combination allows the DMT to take effect when ingested, enabling the profound psychedelic experience ayahuasca is known for.
Ayahuasca for Healing & Personal Growth
In addition to inducing visions, ayahuasca is highly prized for its therapeutic potential. Amazonian tribes have long used ceremonial ingestion of the brew to confront psychological traumas, emotions, and imbalances in seekers.
Many who participate in ayahuasca ceremonies report profound perspectives and renewed outlooks on personal issues and challenges in their lives. Some describe powerful spiritual insights and cathartic release.
However, the practice requires careful guidance from an experienced shaman throughout the experience.
"You must approach Ayahuasca with proper intentions and respect," cautioned Marcio, a fourth-generation ayahuasquero. "With maturity, used correctly under the eye of a skilled shaman, this brew can unlock personal revelations that create positive transformation."
Introducing Kuntanawa Ayahuasca Vine Rapeh
Kuntanawa Ayahuasca Vine Rapeh contains both the ayahuasca vine and chacruna plants, but it is not brewed into a consumable tea.
Rapeh is a preparation of powdered plant material, often used as snuff. While not psychoactive, rapeh resonates with the energy of the plants and ceremonial traditions. Regular mindful use can help unlock spiritual insights and ancestral wisdom without psychedelic effects.
As interest in Ayahuasca grows globally, sustainable harvesting practices are vital for conservation. The Kuntanawa pride themselves on crafting rapeh sustainably, passing down ancestral knowledge, and honoring the plants' sacred status.
Experience this ethnobotanical treasure sustainably harvested in the Brazilian Amazon. Use Kuntanawa Ayahuasca Vine Rapeh respectfully for centering, meditation, and connecting to plant and ancestral spirits.
Amazing product absolutely love it
You can use very little and get a huge impact without feeling too much shock. Thanks!!
I have deep gratitude for Shamanic Supply and their amazing selection of hapé. The Ayawaska vine is one of my favorite blends. I use it regularly in the afternoons to bring me back to a centered space after long days of work or other outside stimuli. It offers my profound peace of mind, and will continue purchasing this hapé on a regular basis.
connection with my soul
Very cleansing 🙏🏾
Quick shipping, well packaged, and seems to be of good quality.
I have only sampled it upon arrival, I have not had the chance to have a full meditation with it yet, but I can’t wait to do so!
I will absolutely return for more products in the future.
Your hape is always of high quality. Shipping is always rapid & timely with excellent customer service.