Made by the Shawadawa tribe from Brazil.
A masculine and powerful rapé with earthy energy and spicy/peppery notes. It imparts the tribal spirit of the Mata (deep Brazilian Amazon jungle).
Great hapay for when you need something strong, deeply cleansing and purgative. Used for cleansing heavy energies/entities, blocked emotions, intense mental activity, clears confusion, and brings clarity and light.
Allows one to work deeply with a very strong masculine energy and become more aligned with their soul's purpose, inner alignment, direction, focus and assertiveness.
It's also used for grounding and during other medicine ceremonies with masculine energies.
The Shawadawa indigenous people, which means the “People of the Macaw”.
They belong to the Pano linguistic language, who are located in the native lands of the Arara do Igarapé Humaitá within the municipality of Porto Walter, Acre state, Brazil.
After several territorial claims since 1980, lands were demarcated with 87,571 hectares with a mosaic of 23 federal lands in the upper Juruá. It makes up a broad region, which is rich in environmental diversity for the indigenous peoples who inhabit it.
The population is approximately 650 people.