36 Rapé de Mulungu
Traditionally, Mulungu is used in South America as a sleep-promoting remedy for stress, anxiety and nerve disorders.
Rapé de Mulungu
Mulungu (Erythrina Mulungu) is a medicinal tree from the Amazon rainforest, occurring in Brazil, Peru and Bolivia. It is also known by popular names like: Amansa Lord, Pocket Knife, Corticeira, Parrot's Beak.
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Erythrina Mulungu
Chakras: Coronary and Cardiac.
POPULAR NAMES: Arvore-mulungu, eritrina, parrot-beak, corticeira, murungu, farcho, murungo, totocero, coral-flower, coral-tree, immature-wood, mulungu-coral, cape-man, swine -suiná, swine, knife, among others.
Mulungu is a medicinal plant native to Latin America and occurs from Costa Rica to Brazil.
The properties of mulungu include its soothing, antiasthmatic, analgesic, diuretic, expectorant, hypnotic, hypotensive, narcotic, sedative, tranquilizer, antidepressant, hepatoprotective, hypotensive, antibacterial, antispasmodic, tonic and anti-inflammatory.
Packaging materialIn our journey to create a product that is as sustainable as possible, we ended up with glass bottles instead of the plastic version. We strive to contribute as little as possible to the production of plastic (waste). We would like to ask everyone to keep the delivered Rapé jars. The jars can be used for other purposes. We are in the process of developing a recycling program for the glass bottles. It may happen that you still receive your Rapé in a plastic bottle. We are in the middle of the transition from plastic to glass. These are the last plastic bottles.
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