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This magnificent Rapé is a very special classic that follows the Yawanawá’s own recipe; finely sifted Mapacho and Tsunu ashes, a mixture that pleases even the most refined tastes.

This legendary Rapé of the Yawanawá has a long history: Putany, Nawashahu’s mother, and her sister Hushahu, were the first women of the Yawanawá people to be initiated into Rare Muká, which represents the most advanced study of shamanism in their culture.

Together, they were the first to change the Yawanawá tradition, which prevented women from using the sacred medicines of Uni (ayahuasca) and Rume (Rapé in the Yawanawá language). The Yawanawa were also the first tribe to initiate a woman to become a shaman.

Tsunu Rapé is highly appreciated for healing and as support during Ayahuasca ceremonies.


-Tribe: Made by the Yawanawa tribe

-Composition: A classic Yawanawá recipe, Mapacho with Tsunu ashes, carefully prepared by women of the tribe.

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

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


Yawanawá Tribe

The Yawanawá are known as “the swordsmen”, since they have always fought, even in difficult times. At one point the tribe was almost extinct and only 300 people survived.

Today their tribe has grown, and their morals and knowledge have been preserved in an extremely strict way, with their work they develop a new model of sustainability that allows the Yawanawá to protect the jungle and engage with the outside world on their own terms, without lose their cultural and spiritual identity.

Tribu Yawanawá

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