The Yawanawá people (translated “the tribe of the white-lipped peccary”) people are a small tribe, living within only a few villages. They are known as the people who keep on walking the path, even in hard times. They are considered a tribe of warriors. At some point in history their tribe was almost exterminated, with only about 300 members left. Nowadays their tribe is growing, and their traditions and knowledge have been conserved in a very strict way. Therefore their rapé reflects this thriving, with a typical uplifting and clearing frequency.  A very powerful and beautiful feminine rapé, which is akin to the ‘Warrior princess’ – superb for deep cleansing, re-aligning, and connecting more to the powerful feminine-yin energies.  Wonderful for intense meditation, energetic releasing, deep healing, and profoundly connecting to your chakras and energetic field.  Made wish mostly tsunu bark ash and strong tobacco ash.


The Nukini tribe is a small community of several villages. They use rapé the same way most other tribes do; for clarity, healing, against stress, in ceremonies with or without Ayahuasca and when taking a bath in the river for cleansing. This rather infamous tribe has a history of being dominated by other tribes, very few documents are available about them and nobody seems to have done a lot of research about them. Their rapé is remarkable though; people appreciate it for its freshness, purity and its fine consistency. The effect is somehow similar to the Yawanawa rapé, uplifting, force-spending, cleansing and a burning effect at first. They say that in their tradition of rapé they use two unique plants which are considered their speciality; Shuané and Haianí, both are plants botanically not yet identified. Tobacco and Ashes (usually Tsunu) are blended with these two plants to make this rapé a very authentic one.  It is a very strong, refined, elegant, and smooth rapé with a masculine warrior energy.  Its main uses are for strong cleansing, immense grounding, releasing any entities, attachments, negative thoughts, deep sickness, and heavy energies.  It is an an excellent rapé to use when you need to release any heavy emotions like anger.


Anadenanthera (YOPO)is a rare species that has been held as entheogenic for many centuries. Archaeological remains of Anadenanthera Colubrina have been found all throughout South America and the West Indies. The two species of trees in the Anadenanthera genus (A. Peregrina and A. Colubrina) both have hallucinogenic properties and have been widely used to make powerful psychoactive snuffs in American Indian cultures. The seeds contain several alkaloids, such as Bufotenin and DMT, among others. We added tsunu to the mix and it is the perfect blend for the body, mind, and spirit, as it will clear the bad energies while keeping you grounded. It is strong but you will not hallucinate.

3 Hapeh bundle (Kuripe not included) 30 grams

  • Rapé is a legal sacred shamanic medicine that has been used by healers of the Amazon basin for thousands of years. It is pronounced ‘ha-peh’ in English, but is also referred to as ‘hape’, ‘hapi’, or ‘rapay’ by Westerners. These are very rare, sacred, powerful, and profoundly healing and cleansing miracle medicines, and are made in a very sacred and labor intensive process. Rapé is a complex blend of pulverized Amazonian medicinal plants, trees, leaves, seeds, and other sacred ingredients.


    Traditionally, Rapé is applied by using a pipe made from bamboo, which is blow through each nostril on both sides. It can be self-administered using a V-shaped self-applicator pipe which connects the mouth to the nostrils. It can also be administered by another person using a blow pipe which connects the blower’s mouth to the other person’s nostrils. The self-applicator pipe is known as a ‘kuripe’ and the blow pipe is known as a ‘tepi’.

    The blend is blown high up into the nostrils with a pipe called a Tepi. The blow immediately focuses the mind, stops the chattering, and opens the entire freed mindspace for your intentions. Furthermore, rapé helps releasing emotional, physical, and spiritual illnesses and eases negativity and confusion, enabling a thorough grounding of your mind. Likewise, rapé is used to re-align the user with their energy channels and with their higher self, and to intensify their connection with the world and the universe. In addition, rapé paves the way for detoxifying the body and cleans out all excess mucus, toxins, and bacteria, thereby, assisting in fighting colds, sniffles and certain kinds can even help with the flu. Blowing the Tepi involves an intimate connection between the rapé giver and receiver. Both are closely connected by mouth, nose and by breath, and both need to open and allow the other spirit and intention to enter, permitting the healing to take place. After blowing, it is recommended to sit with the medicine and meditate for about a half hour or so. It is best to remain with the eyes closed, while inhaling and exhaling slowly (more effective through the nose), enabling a thorough grounding and maintenance of focus.

    In the Brazilian tradition, the self-applicator pipe is called “Kuripe”, and the blow pipe to pass another person is called “Tepi”. Traditionally, rapé is applied by using a pipe made from bamboo or bone, which is blown through each nostril on both sides. You always blow into the left nostril first to represent a metaphorical death, and then into the right nostril to represent rebirth. Rapé can also be self-administered using a V-shaped self-applicator pipe, which connects the mouth to the nostrils – Kuripe. Alternatively, it can be administered by another person using a blow pipe, which connects the blower’s mouth to the other person’s nostrils – Tepi. You always put the shorter end of either pipe in your mouth to blow, and the longer end goes inside the nostril.


    According to the Brazilian Yawanawa Tribe, there are three different ways to blow rapé:

    • -Short and strong: to wake up and get present
    • -Long and strong: to clean the mind and spirit
    • -Long, starting soft, and strong at the end: for meditation, entering into a trance, ceremonial use


    We generally recommend working with rapé once per day, and usually not exceeding more then 2 times. However, this depends on each person’s tolerance levels and also their personal situation. If you are going through a particularly stressful and sick period, you may decide to use it more regularly. For some people several times a week is fine, or only during Ayahuasca or other medicine ceremonies. For others, they may need to work intensively with these medicines to do some very deep work, purging, and intensive healing. Please listen to your body, intuition, and the spirit of these sacred medicines – they will guide you, as to what’s best for you personally.


    Generally, we suggest a half a pea-sized amount of rapé for each nostril for beginners, and then increasing the dosage after prolonged use of one type of rapé. However, everyone has naturally difference tolerance levels, so some people may require larger doses, and others smaller doses. Please experiment to see what works for you personally.


    If you have a lot of phlegm or mucous in the back of your throat, dripping down your throat, or in your mouth, then please spit it out in a bucket immediately, as it’s toxic or negative energy that is being released and expelled. You do not want to swallow it back inside. In order to prevent the rapé from dripping into your throat, you will want to keep your head down so it will drip down through your nose and not in your throat.

    You should try to keep the rapé in your nostrils for as long as comfortably possible so the medicine can be absorbed through the bloodstream. It is best to breathe in through the nose if possible for this. Then, you can blow your nose with tissue as many times as it’s necessary for you.