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Nukini Trevo Cumaru | Powerful and Expansive

Nukini Trevo Cumaru | Powerful and Expansive

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Powerful and highly praised.This blend is made with mainly a very strong type of Grandfather herb but has also local organic mapacho mixed in. It uses Parika ashes. Apart from the Grandfather herbs and the ashes it is made with a herb called Trevo Cumaru. It is small herbal plant (not to be confused with Cumaru) that is used for ashes, or Cumaru de Cheiro, better known as Imburana (Amburana/ Emburana), both being big trees. Trevo Cumaru (Justicia pectoralis) a small herbaceous plant that is member of the Acanthaceae family. Sometimes referred to as Chambá, Trevo Cumaru is often used in Ayahuasca. Trevo Cumaru is noted for its smell which is pleasant for many people but can be unpleasant for others. The dried leaves contain compounds that produce a Vanilla aroma. It is commonly found in hallucinogenic snuffs (Virola) used by the indigenous tribes and is said to increase the absorption of other ingredients in the snuff. The Wajacas (shamans) refer to the leaves of the Justicia pectoralis var. stenophylla as "Bolek-Bena" meaning "Leaves of the Angel of Death." This is a wonderful strong Hapé. Great when one has respiratory problems or when one just feels clogged up.

Packed in 10 ml clear bottles containing 8 gr.

About The Tribe

The Nukini tribe, part of the Pano linguistic family, can be found in Acre, Brazil. With only around 750 members, the tribe has faced severe challenges, including enslavement and massacre during the latex cycle. A significant portion of their culture and language has been lost, but the Nukini have managed to survive by mingling with other tribes and rebuilding a strong connection to the surrounding nature. Uniquely, the Nukini value the plant knowledge of their female members, who are responsible for gathering and blending Hapé plants.

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