Rapé Caapi

Rapé Caapi contains the energy of the mysterious liana and provides a very subtle and special connection. As the Kuntanawa say; “Ayahuasca is a medicinal and spiritual plant that connects us with all plants and heals us.”

To make Rapé Caapi, the Kuntanawa sprinkle the Mapacho with Ayahuasca tea. Once the tobacco soaked in ayahuasca has dried, it is finely ground, sifted and then mixed with the ash.

-Tribe: Made by the Kuntanawa tribe.

-Composition: Mapacho, Banisteriopsis Caapi, Ashes of Amazonian plants.

-Size: 10 ml bottles (8 to 9 grams)

-Use: Ethnobotanical curiosity. Exclusive use for scientific, historical and ritualistic study.


Kuntanawa tribe

The Kuntanawa tribe, or as they call themselves “Coconut People”, have always used plants to connect with beings and spirits of the forest, through them they learned to heal their tribe with their own traditional medicines, and always they have defended their spirituality as their principle of existence.