Kuntanawa • Jibóia VineKJV_0.5
Cipó Jibóia rapeh is made by the Kuntanawa tribe of Brazil.
The Kuntanawa respectfully collect the vine of Cipó Jibóia from their local environment to create this special rapeh.
In their words, "The Jibóia is a sacred snake which is revealed through the power of plants. The indigenous peoples of the Amazon believe that this snake concentrates its power through the Ayawaska and Jibóia cipó ( or vine). The Kuntanawa people use it for several functions; to bring healing to ones shadow side, to become invisible to dark energies (protection) as well as using this rapeh to open the field of spiritual sight and connection. This rapeh is indicated for rituals with power plants to open understanding of spiritual visions."
There are many folks selling imitation rapeh, but this is the genuine article. Jibóia rapeh is made under the supervision of Haru Kuntanawa the tribal leader at the kuntamanã village and sent directly to us.
For more information on rapeh (rapé), please read this page.
Ingredients: Rapeh with Jiboia vine (Epipremnum pinnatum) (BRAZIL)