Collection: Yawanawá Bamboo Kuripes

These handmade bamboo Kuripe pipes are crafted by the women of the Yawanawá tribe. A Kuripe is a traditional ceremonial tool used by indigenous tribes of the Amazon rainforest, specifically for administering sacred plant medicines like rapeh snuff. It is a small, hollow pipe made of bamboo, wood, or bone, and is used to blow the rapeh into the nostrils.

Learn more about kuripes, and our insightful articles 'What is Rapé?' and 'The Ancient Art of Rapé,' as well as our customer rapé reviews.