Rapé Bashawa

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Bashawa Rapé is a variety of Snuff from the Yawanawa tribe. If you like the energy of the grey rapé of the Yawanawa you will appreciate this addition.
The vibrational energy of this Rapé opens intuition, and mental connection, and gives clarity to thoughts.

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Rapé Bashawa

Rapé Bashawa is a variety of Snuff from the Yawanawa tribe. If you like the energy of the grey rapé of the Yawanawa you will like this addition.
The vibrational energy of this Rape opens the intuition, mental connection, and clarity of thoughts.

Plant properties: Cicatrizant (promoting the healing of a wound or the formation of a cicatrix), depurative (purifying and detoxifying effects), help against flu, bronchitis, and stomach problems, and also works as an antioxidant.

The Yawanawa Tribe

The Yawanawá (yawa/white-lipped peccary; nawa/people) are a group belonging to the Pano linguistic family who today occupy the Gregório River Indigenous Land.

The Yawanawá community is in reality a conjunction of people that includes members from other groups: Shawãdawa (Arara), Iskunawa (nowadays known as Shanênawa, who live in a village close to the town of Feijó), Rununawa, Sainawa (generally known as Yaminawá, who live in the Bagé river region), and Katukina.

This configuration is the end result of a sociological dynamic common to many Pano groups – alliances. Through marriage, the capture of women during warfare conflicts, the migration of families – and a series of historical contingencies.

Would you like to know more about the Amazon indigenous tribes or other tribes’ cultures around the world? Have a look at this interesting website.

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Yawanawa Rapé

The Yawanawa call their Rapé “Rume”. It contains mostly the ash of the bark of the Tsunu tree. They add the ash of the bark of the Txunú tree and a strong herb that resembles mapaccho. This makes a special and very unique Rapé blend.

The Amazonian tribes use the Tsunu tree bark often for healing and curing purposes. Rapé has a supportive role during ayahuasca ceremonies and is often used before ayahuasca. It enhances the effects and the opening of the spirit for the ceremony.  But also during intense ceremonial experiences, it eases vomiting and cleaning.

“We mostly use rumê in our sacred ceremonies with UNI (our sacred drink, more commonly known as ayahuasca). But, rumê is also taken in the afternoon, before washing. The water cleans our body and spirit; it’s our favorite part of the day”.

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Tepi and Kuripe 

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Handling & Sorting

I sieve this rapé Bashawa and all other snuff coming from my shop through a 120-micron high-grade stainless steel mesh. I also store the Rapé stock dry and in vacuum containers to prolong freshness and quality.

This results in.

  • an extremely fine powder.
  • a guaranteed consistent fineness
  • optimal absorption of the snuff