Yawanawá • MugwortYMW_0.5
Mugwort rapeh has countless medicinal, mystical, and magical properties and is sacred to many tribal cultures. The Orientals of old called Mugwort the Herb of Life or The Goddess of Plants.
Mugwort is particularly beneficial to women; both the herb and the rapeh connect with the energies of the feminine. Mugwort is a moon herb that regulates the menstrual cycle and treats cramps, menopausal symptoms, and almost all diseases linked to menstruation.
Mugwort is helpful for headaches, migraines, hormonal issues (produces the hormone serotonin), depression, asthma, strengthening the liver, and treating kidney problems.
The known magic benefits are lucid dreaming and astral projection, clairvoyance, meditative trance, and vision.
Mugwort rapeh is lovingly made for us by the Yawanawá tribe of Acre, Brazil.
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Ingredients: Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) (BRAZIL)
Other names: Yawanawá rapé, Yawanawá hapé, Yawanawá hapeh, Yawanawá snuff, Mugwort rapé, Mugwort hapé, Mugwort hapeh, Mugwort snuff
What is Rapeh?
Rapeh snuff, also known as rapé or hapé, is a sacred and medicinal snuff that has been used for centuries by various indigenous tribes in the Amazon region of South America, particularly in Brazil and Peru. It is made from a mixture of crushed medicinal plants, such as tobacco, ash, and various other herbs, and is blown into the nose through a special pipe made of bone or bamboo.
Traditionally, rapeh is used for various purposes such as spiritual and shamanic practices, healing, meditation, and physical and mental purification. It is believed to have powerful cleansing and grounding properties that can help to clear negative energy, improve focus, and enhance awareness. It is often used in sacred ceremonies and rituals to connect with the spirit world, to deepen one's understanding of oneself and the world, and to facilitate healing and growth.
In addition to its traditional use by indigenous tribes, rapeh has gained popularity in recent years in Western countries as a plant medicine that can offer various benefits, such as promoting mental clarity and enhancing focus, reducing anxiety and depression, and supporting overall well-being. However, it is important to note that the use of rapeh should be approached with caution and respect, as it is a powerful medicine that requires proper preparation and guidance from experienced practitioners.