Huni Kuin Murici
Huni Kuin Murici is a nice and simple rapé for beginners and general use. It is made in small batches by the Huni Kuin tribe (Kaxinawa). This rapé is directly from the Kaxinawa tribe in the tropical rainforest near the border of Peru and Brazil. According to the natives, Murici rapé is a feminine energy that can to raise the energies of the abdomen. When a person is feeling highly emotional or overly fearful, they use this rapé. In the Huni Kuin tradition, Murici rapé helps to fight fatigue and keeps ones spirituality active. Most people commonly use this rapé in celebrating joyful moments with friends and family.
The term Huni Kuin means true human or people with known customs. The Murici tree produces a fruit that is very much appreciated by forest animals and area locals. The Huni Kuin tribe originates from the Pano family in the Andean foothills. The Pano groups live in the headwaters of the Upper Juruá and Purus rivers and remain hidden in the recesses of the forest to avoid contact with the general population.
This product can be habit forming.