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Mulateiro Beautiful Thoughts Amazonian Hapé Four Visions at metaphysical crystal shop canada

The Mulateiro Beautiful Thoughts Amazonian Hapé comes from the Yawanawa tribe, and is known for its powerful strength and many healing benefits. It is a grounding snuff which enables concentration and focus. A great blend for calming the thoughts, reducing noise in the mind, and for centering.

 

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Mulateiro is a tree found in the Amazon, it has been used since ancient times for its restorative, anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, anti-bacterial properties as well as treating diabetes and skin cancer. It is said that the Amazonian female warriors bathed on the night of the full moon with a preparation made of the bark of the Mulateiro tree to remain always young and beautiful, hence the Mulateiro was known among the tribes as the tree of youth. Men also drink the tea of this tree for virility, strength and stamina. This a good evening hapé.

Work with this hapé to:

~ release tension in the mind and thoughts

~ calm the body and prepare for sleep

 

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Mulateiro Beautiful Thoughts Amazonian Hapé - FOUR VISIONS - 1/2 oz

C$65.00Price
  • Hapé is a very sacred herbal snuff, made by the indigenous tribes of the Amazon. Hapé, or rapé, is pronounced ‘haa-pay’ in English and is applied using an applicator to blow the snuff up the nostrils in prayer and meditation. This healing snuff is used by traditional peoples to cleanse the mind, purify the thoughts, bring clarity, spiritual alignment, and clear negativity and heaviness from the body, mind, & soul.


    The indigenous tribes have been working with this medicine for thousands of years to heal their communities and to connect with the Creator. This plant medicine is a very labor intensive process made in a ceremonial way, out of various Amazonian healing medicinal plants, leaves, trees and seeds from native lands.

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