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        Rapé RELAX (CATINGA & TSUNU)

        19.99 €17.77 €

        Save 2.22 € (-11%)

        For those who seek a sense of internal peace and physical balance.

        On stock

        Weight: 7 g

        Tribe: SHAWÃDAWA

        Made: October

        Catinga rapé is crafted by Shawãdawa indigenous group, made with the power of Tsunu ashes and the soothing grace of Catinga-de-Mulata. For those who seek a sense of internal peace and physical balance, this shamanic snuff is a top-tier option. Made with high quality, carefully selected materials that have been ethically harvested from the Amazon basin and sustainably produced by local Rapé makers, following traditional recipes of Shawãdawa heritage.


        Tsunu Ashes

        The ashes of the Tsunu tree are a very popular ingredient for the making of countless Rapé snuffs, used by different ethnicities throughout the history of natural medicine. The name “Tsunu” is used to categorize not a specific specimen, but a distinct variety of trees within the same genus, all native to and present across the Amazon basin. The ashes are the result of setting the bark of these medicinal trees on fire, keeping a controlled temperature so the final product doesn’t become too scorched nor too raw, as such aspects may influence how fine the resulting powder is.


        Tree ashes are alkaline salts rich in all the minerals present in the plant’s composition, strengthening and binding the other plants and ingredients used in the making of the Rapé. Tsunu itself is revered for its feminine strength and uplifting power, often mentioned as part of the powerful spirits that can help cleanse and balance energy while keeping someone grounded.


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        Tanacetum vulgare


        Native to Brazil, this plant takes the form of a small, green bush that produces delicate and pleasantly scented yellow flowers that usually bloom during warmer seasons, especially summer. Sometimes also called Saint Marcos’ herb, tanaceto, atanásia or tasneira, its most popular name is Catinga-de-Mulata or Mulatinha. Cultures other than Brazilian have made use of this plant in the making of body lotions and teas, yet it has been part of the medicinal traditions of several indigenous groups residing in the Amazon Forest.


        Catinga-de-Mulata is especially used in the caring for children, as a soothing agent and to ward off lice and certain types of vermin. This medicinal plant can also be used to alleviate symptoms related to muscle discomfort and as a healing tonic for general wounds. In addition, shamanic healers and users of natural medicine swear by the plant’s aid in treatments related to the common flu, skin problems, and stomach and kidney issues.



        This natural product is offered for its ethnographic and historical value and is supplied without express or implied fitness for a particular purpose. Use and enjoyment of this product is at the discretion, responsibility and risk of the customer. The information provided is purely for historical, scientific and educational purposes and should never be interpreted as recommendations for specific use. Disclaimer.