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19 Rapé Huni Kuin Cumaru - Rapé - Next Level
19 Rapé Huni Kuin Cumaru

19 Rapé Huni Kuin Cumaru

Experience deep grounding and an almost trance-like state by immersing yourself in the mysterious world of Huni Kuin Cumaru rapé. The Huni Kuin say that Cumaru is a tree that always stays young and never wilts. Cumaru is believed to possess unique wisdom and power and offers spiritual protection.

10g [Jar]
50 grams [bulk]
100 grams [bulk]
500 grams (bulk)

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Rapé Cumaru

Rapé Cumaru offers a profound spiritual journey due to the wisdom and spiritual protection of the Cumaru tree. This makes it a perfect tool to ward off the 'evil eye'. Huni Kuin rapé can be somewhat drying, making it best suited for occasional use. Let Cumaru guide you through a deep, spiritual, and trance-like journey. Keep in mind that this a strong rapé.

Rapé is a sacred shamanic ‘medicine’ that has been used by tribal healers for thousands of years and is an essential part of their culture and history. Rapé (pronounced Ha-pee) is ideal for ceremonies such as Ayahuasca or other Forest Medicines. Also called ‘Dust of the Ancients’, rapé blends are made according to traditional recipes protected by respected medicine men and women. The local people turn to rapé for clarity, focus, spiritual cleansing, gaining insight and energy, clearing negative thoughts, and helping them with daily tasks.

Huni Kuin Tribe

The name Huni Kuin means ‘true people’ or ‘genuine people’ – an indigenous tribe in Acre, Brazil. During the massive forest fires in 2019, their community suffered, and they are determined to reforest their areas and preserve their culture and knowledge about their natural medicine. Huni Kuin people believe in living in harmony with the forest. They hunt locally, gather plant foods while growing crops, and make necessities by weaving baskets, carving tools, creating ceramics, making canoes, and weapons. By buying this rapé, you support the Huni Kuin tribe.


In our journey to create a sustainable product, we chose to use glass bottles instead of plastic ones. We strive to minimize plastic waste, so we ask everyone to keep and reuse the delivered Rapé jars for other purposes.