Hand Painted Kuripe (Rapé Applicator Blowpipe) K4: Connect with the Jungle’s Magic
Experience the magic of the jungle with our Hand Painted Kuripe (Rapé Applicator Blowpipe) K4. Each Kuripe is hand-painted by our friend Michelle, an artist and traveler, inspired by the abundance of hummingbirds and butterflies in the valley of Mindo where Laura, Wouter, and their kids live. The unique design of each Kuripe is a reflection of the good vibes and love from the jungle.
Features of Hand Painted Kuripe (Rapé Applicator Blowpipe) K4
- Hand-painted with unique designs
- Made of durable mahogany
- Traditionally used for self-administration
- Facilitates opening and clearing of chakras
- Supports connection to breath and expands connection to Spirit
Kuripe or Tepi: A Traditional Way of Administering Rapé
Our Hand Painted Kuripe (Rapé Applicator Blowpipe) K4 is a V-shaped applicator traditionally used for self-administration. The Kuripe connects the nostril to the mouth, allowing for a direct and precise application of rapé. The Tepi, on the other hand, is a long blowpipe used when blowing the snuff for another person. The blower connects their mouth to the nostril of the receiver and blows the rapé into their nose.
Opening the Chakras and Connecting to Spirit
Rapé is believed to facilitate the opening and clearing of the chakras, grounding and connecting us to the earth. It supports the release of disease from the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual bodies. Some even say that using rapé opens the third-eye chakra, clears mental fog and confusion, and releases negative thought patterns. Most importantly, it supports our connection to the breath and expands our connection to Spirit.
Experience the Magic of the Amazon Indigenous People
If you’re interested in learning more about the Amazon indigenous people, check out this interesting website. Connect with the jungle’s magic and purchase our Hand Painted Kuripe (Rapé Applicator Blowpipe) K4 today at Wisdom of Plants Institute.