Rapé made by Kaxinawa, also known as the “Huni Kuin” tribe from Brazil.
Profound, strong, divine, and masculine rapé with a tribal jungle imprint. Used for strong cleansing, deep grounding, releasing entities, attachments, negative thoughts, deep sickness and heavy energies.
Great for use in the evening; after you’ve been at work; coming from any heavy, stressful, toxic environments/situations; or after commuting.
The Kaxinawá people (Huni Kuin) are an indigenous people of Brazil and Peru. Their villages are located along the Purus and Curanja Rivers in Peru and the Tarauacá, Jordão, Breu, Muru, Envira, Humaitã, and Purus Rivers. In the Peruvian Amazon rainforest, some Kaxinawá live on the Alto Purús Indigenous Territory with the Kulina people.
The Kaxinawá are also known as the Cashinauá, Caxinauá, or Kashinawa people. This name come from kashi or “bat” and nawa meaning “outsiders” or “foreigners”. Their autonym is Huni Kuin or “real men” or “true people”, from huni, “man”, and kuin meaning “real” or “true”. Their language belongs to the Pano linguistic family, which they call hatxa-Kuin (true language).
The population is approximately 4,000 people, and they account for a percentage of 42% of the indigenous population of Acre, Brazil.