Nukini Onça

Rapé Nukini Jaguar is a powerful variety; projects us to a state of deep connection with our own spirit and with the strength and qualities of the Jaguar (Onça Pintada means jaguar in portuguese)

It has healing properties, deep cleansing, connection with the spirit, elevation and protection.

For many cultures the jaguar is, sacred, king of all animals and spiritual guide: almost a deity for cultures such as the Olmecs, the Mayans and the Aztecs. According to Mayan legend, the jaguar —balam— gave its strength to different Mayan deities, such as K’inich Ajaw, the God of the Sun.

The Jaguar spirit represents power, grace, and stealth in the dark; His power resides in silence, which he uses as a weapon. Silence is highly respected among American Indians and is viewed as a sacred state of consciousness. It is also recognized for its night vision.

Other qualities of the Jaguar include personal strength and power, the spirit of achievement, bravery, courage and willpower.

 

-Intensity: Strong.

-Proportion / Balance: Balanced, slightly rich in Mapacho.

-Tribe: Made by the Nukini tribe of the Brazilian Amazon

-Composition: Mapacho, ashes from the bark of the sacred Sanu tree, and other sacred Amazonian plants. The Sanu tree is also recognized for its onyrogen properties (Provides connection with dreams).

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

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

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nukini tribe

Nukini Tribe

The Nukini have survived great adversities, such as epidemic fevers and the expansion of the rubber exploitation front. Throughout the first decades of the 20th century, they joined the rubber company and remained in the Môa River region until today.

After decades working as rubber extractors, the Nukini obtained official recognition of their lands in the late 1970s.

Due to contact with rubber tappers, small producers and riverside residents of the upper Juruá region, the Nukini incorporated many of their customs, but they retain their individuality, especially with regard to their social organization.

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