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Generally, most rapés would be fine. The only ones we would not recommend for people with serious mental health concerns are Visionary, Crystal Vision, Inca Gold, Tornado and Matses Extra.

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Yes, there are many different types of animals, birds, snakes, fishes, insect, and elemental spirits that can be can be called upon to ‘pass’ or blow rapé. Each type of blow has a very powerful spirit ally connected which is transmitted with that specific blow, and they have many different purposes – for deep cleansing […]

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Yes, it’s very important that you are very well hydrated before rapé session, as your physical and energetic bodies will normally go through a very deep level of detoxing and releasing negative energies. So, the better hydrated you are, then the deeper you can release physical, emotional and mental toxins. Please try to drink at […]

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Yes, it can be very useful to hold a specific intention, or asking a specific question during each rapé session. They are very powerful teacher plant spirits. Thus, as you develop a relationship and connection with each one, then they will cleanse, heal, teach and guide you personally. They are very sacred, precious and rare […]

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Yes, it’s very common – most rapés have a very deeply cleansing effect on the body, energetic field, emotions, mental stress, confusion and spiritual alignment. So therefore, you may experience deep purging and releasing on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. Also, it can be a deep release of long held sickness in the […]

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In our very experienced opinion, it’s highly unlikely to get addicted to Rapé, IF ONLY ever using them within sacred ceremony using clear intention for the purpose of healing, cleansing, teachings or profound enquiry. If you maintain a healthy relationship with these powerful plant spirits and master teachers. People can potentially become addicted to literally anything – shopping, internet, power, fame, […]

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You should try to keep the rapés in your nostrils for as long as comfortably possible, so the medicines can be absorbed through the bloodstream. And, then you can blow your nose with tissue, as many times as it’s necessary for you.

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Yes, if you have a lot of phlegm or mucous in the back of your throat, dripping down your throat, or in your mouth, then please spit it out in a bucket immediately, as it’s toxic or negative energy that is being released and expelled. You do not want to swallow it back inside.

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In the Brazilian tradition, the self-applicator pipe is called “Kuripe”, and the blow pipe to pass another person is called “Tepi”. Traditionally, rapé is applied by using a pipe made from bamboo or bone, which is blown through each nostril on both sides. They can be self-administered using a V-shaped self-applicator pipe, which connects the […]

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We would recommend keeping them stored in small plastic pots or jars with an airtight lid. Small glass pots or vials would be better, but they are more fragile and breakable, and not so easy to transport whilst traveling. Rapés are very finely powdered snuffs, so they easily absorb moisture from the air. To keep […]

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