Yawanawa (Erythrina Mulungu)
This rapé is the "Força Feminine" - feminine strength - from the ashes of the mulungu tree and very strong Mói herb. This rapé comes from the Yawanawa ethnic group and brings great cleaning, healing and protection.
* Amazonian artifacts not intended for human consumption - description of this product is meant to educate on the uses of this product as used by their indigenous sources.
Pau Pereira (Platycyamus Regnelii)
This rapé promotes the cleansing of the energy field or aura. The sensations of this rapé are more intense and generate more energy and heat than others. This is why it is classified as 'stronger' and is also more appropriate for ceremonial use. It's said to connect one to the joy of the jungle and promote protection and health in those who work with it.
Due to our product being a food item, all sales are final and non refundable. We encourage customers to taste and work with KAKAO intimately before ordering a bulk bag. Please note that we source our cacao from wild farms and the taste may change from time to time. Please allow for a small adjustment period, especially if you’ve been working with other types of cacao recently. The taste and aroma of cacao changes drastically across the board depending on the type of bean and harvesting methods used. KAKAO is committed to sourcing directly from small wild farms and honoring the origins of this sacred gift from Mother Earth.
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