"Kambo" or "Sapo" is a traditional medicine used by the Amazonian tribes. Originates from the Ticuna Tribe (Peru/Brazil). Tribes have traditionally used this medicine for strength and focus in hunting and cleansing the body and mind. The kambo comes from the male Phyllomedusa Bicolor frog.
This beautiful Kambo Rapé is from the Katukina tribe and contains Kambo.
A nice basic and srong Tsunu blend, Tsunu forte, made by a Rapé and kambo specialist from the tribe.
This Kambo stick from the Matses Tribe contains the harvest of the female Phyllomedusa Bicolor frog. It has been said that the female wax is more powerful because it has to protect her eggs. If you work the right way, you can take 100 dots off the stick.
The double-sided Kambo stick from the Matses Tribe holds the harvest of the Phyllomedusa Bicolor frog. The Kambo stick produces 100 to 120 dots. Kambo has been used by many indigenous tribes for thousands of years. Our sticks come directly from the Matses tribal tribe from Peru in the Amazon jungle.