Yawanawá • TsunuYTS_0.5
The Yawanawá inform us that Tsunu rapeh (rapé) is primarily made for spiritual work and that it is both grounding and exploratory.
Two parts of the Pau Pereira tree are used, both the bark and the roots. To create the special properties of Tsunu rapeh materials are collected on certain moons and the production is done while under the influence of Ayahuasca with special prayers.
The Yawanawá use Tsunu rapeh for aligning, cleaning and grounding, thus balancing the energies in the body. The Pajé (or medicine men) in the Yawanawá would express this process as 'warding off evil spirits' or bad luck. Consider that when you are unbalanced it is much harder to manifest cleanly and clearly. Tsunu rapeh is very nice to take prior to a meditation or a contemplation.
Note that the Katukina Tsunu and the Yawanawá Tsunu use similar ingredients but their individual techniques and prayers create two different rapehs.
This rapeh is lovingly made for us by the Yawanawá tribe of Acre, Brazil. For more information on rapeh (rapé), please read this page.
Other names: Tsunú, Txunú
Ingredients: Rapeh with Pau Pereira bark & root (Platycyamus regnellii) (BRAZIL)