A snuff auto applicator is a V shaped instrument. It is called a “Kuripe” in the native language. 
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Adjustable Kuripe

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Brass Kuripe

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How to use kuripe applicator?

To use a kuripe applicator for administering Rapé snuff, follow these steps:

  1. Load the kuripe with the desired amount of Rapé snuff.
  2. Sit in a comfortable position with your head tilted back slightly.
  3. Take a deep breath through your mouth. Place the smaller end of the kuripe into one nostriland the bigger in your mouth.
  4. Now blow gently into the kuripe, guiding the snuff into your nostril.
    Repeat the process with the other nostril.
  5. After administering close your eyes and relax. Breath through your mouth and let the Rapé do its thing in your nose. When you feel the need blow your nose to expel any excess snuff.

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Kuripe pipe: variety of models designed for you!

Kuripe pipes are traditional devices used by indigenous people of the Amazon region to administer Rapé snuff. Today, they are gaining popularity as a tool for alternative healing and spiritual practices. There is a wide variety of Kuripe models available, each with unique designs and materials. Some are made from bamboo, while others are crafted from bone, wood, or metal. The designs range from simple and elegant to intricately carved pieces of art. Whatever your preference, there is a Kuripe pipe that will suit your needs and desires. Explore the options and find the perfect Kuripe for you!

Kuripe pipe: variety of models designed for you!

Kuripe pipes are traditional devices used by indigenous people of the Amazon region to administer Rapé snuff. Today, they are gaining popularity as a tool for alternative healing and spiritual practices. There is a wide variety of Kuripe models available, each with unique designs and materials. Some are made from bamboo, while others are crafted from bone, wood, or metal. The designs range from simple and elegant to intricately carved pieces of art. Whatever your preference, there is a Kuripe pipe that will suit your needs and desires. Explore the options and find the perfect Kuripe for you!

Take a look at others snuff tools and indigenous handicrafts!

Exploring the range of snuff tools and indigenous handicrafts used by Amazon Basin indigenous peoples can offer a deeper appreciation for their rich cultural heritage and traditions. These unique tools and handicrafts, made from natural materials, demonstrate the indigenous peoples' remarkable skills and creativity.

Tepi

Tepi is a traditional Amazonian tool used by a person to administer Rapé snuff to another person. It is a long, narrow pipe that is typically made of bamboo or other natural materials. The Tepi is used to blow the snuff into the nostrils of the user, allowing for a more controlled and precise application. The use of the Tepi is deeply rooted in the spiritual and cultural practices of indigenous communities in the Amazon region.
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Container

Rapé containers are vessels used for storing and transporting rapé, a sacred plant medicine that has been used for centuries in shamanic practices in South America. These containers come in various sizes and are made from a variety of materials. They are often decorated with intricate designs and symbols that hold cultural and spiritual significance.
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Tribal Beadwork

Brazilian tribal beadwork is crafted by tribal women and decorated with their sacred kenes depicting power animals and beings from the spiritual realm, such as the boa constrictor, butterfly, and jaguar. These intricate designs are inspired by visions received during sacred ceremonies, and are imbued with qualities such as courage, strength, power, and wisdom. The language of these sacred images holds great cultural and artistic significance.
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