A Gem of Tradition Valued
by Amazonian Tribes
THE CACAU TREE
Sacred Tree in the Amazon
Cacau Rapé is born from the Amazonian cacao tree, also known as the cocoa tree. It’s a native tree in the Amazon rainforest and is, apart from its value as an essential food, highly valued for its medicinal properties. The cacao tree isn’t just a botanical specimen, but a cornerstone of entire communities. Indigenous tribes, from the biggest to the smallest, have a spiritual link with this native tree.
The Challenging Process
of Creating Cacau Rapé
The process of creating Cacau Rapé
is a challenging one.
It starts with sourcing the trees deep in the forest on the river banks.
Then comes the harvesting of the bark from the cacao tree and burning it into the finest ashes.
These are then filtered into a dry powder. This clean powder, rich with earthy tones, forms the base for the Cacau Rapé blend.
The grinding process is a grounding one, with healers from the tribes overseeing the delicate transformation.
The result? Aromatic Rapé, imbued with
the energy of the Amazon.
Heart Opening Rapé
Cacau Rapé is more than just a beautiful recipe it’s a powerful medicine. Known for its heart-opening power, Rapé that works to cleanse, a blend believed to open the heart chakra and crown chakra, the core energy centres in our body. This gentle but powerful recipe is a heart stimulant, providing an energetic boost to your energy levels.
THE BLEND OF REJUVENATION
Among the various types of Rapé available—like Bobinsana Rapé, Cumaru Rapé, Katukina Rapé, Kaxinawa Rapé, Yawanawa Esperanza Rapé, and Sananga Rapé —the Cacau blend is particularly unique. With its dark reddish color and aromatic scent, Cacau Rapé or Cocoa Rapé is considered a blend of rejuvenation, known for its healing power and medicinal properties. This beautiful blend is an incredible amalgamation of native cacao and ancestral medicine mainly from the Kaxinawa or Huni Kuin traditon.
THE HEALING PROPERTIES OF CACAU RAPÉ
Cacau Rapé is a part of the broader field of ancestral medicine, utilized by the biggest tribes like the Huni Kuin or Kaxinawa. It’s known for its healing process, which aids both mental healing and physical pain. More than just a natural product, Cacau Rapé embodies the healing traditions of the Amazon.
THE STRENGTH KAXINAWA CACAU RAPÉ
A Powerful Blend
Don’t let the gentle recipe of Cacau Rapé fool you—this is a blend with huge power. The strength of Sabia and Moi Mapacho, combined with the cacao ashes, results in a powerful blend. This colored medicine is a testament to the healing properties of traditional knowledge. It’s a recipe made since ancient times by the Kaxinawa or as they preferred to be called, Huni Kuin tribe.
The Captivating Recipe of Cacau Rapé
Sacred-Snuff.com’s Quality Product
At Sacred-Snuff.com, we are proud to offer this quality product. Partnering directly with the indigenous communities, we ensure our Cacau Rapé is harvested sustainably, maintaining its authenticity and potency. We understand the importance of loyalty, and hence, offer a loyalty program with a permanent discount to our regular customers.
Always Fresh, Always Natural
While we strive to keep our inventory stocked, occasionally some products like the exclusive Rapé Pau Pereira or Rapé Cumaru might be unavailable due to their high demand. However, rest assured, our Cacau Rapé, a gem of tradition valued by the tribes, is always available, delivering the freshest incense to your doorstep.
EXPLORING THE WORLD OF RAPÉ
Cacau Rapé isn’t the only blend that we offer. Our range includes other powerful blends, like the Menta Rapé, Murici Rapé, Nukini Onça or Jaguar Rapé, Yuxibu Rapé, Paricá Rapé, Tsunu Rapé, Xixa Rapé, Yawanawa Hukena Rapé, and Yawanawa Pai Nani Rapé. Each has its unique healing properties, offering different energy boosts and healing processes.
Fostering Connection and Understanding At Sacred-Snuff.com, we aim to not just sell quality indigenous products but also share stories and explore issues of global concern. We believe in fostering a connection and understanding regarding the people, plants, and cultures so vital to our future. Our endeavor is to respect and uphold the indigenous communities’ ancestral traditions, their language tribes, and the linguistic tribes, offering a platform for the tribe in public.