More about Bobinsana Rapé
Rapé (pronounced “ha-peh” or “rapay”) means "dust of the ancients" and it has been used for thousands of years by the indigenous tribes of the Amazon. Although the herbs vary from rapé to rapé, the main ingredient is always the powdered tobacco leaf of the Nicotiana Rustica. When used in combination with an intention, rapé can be a powerful tool for realizing our dreams.
About the ingredient bobinsana
The Bobinsana plant grows in the Amazon and is most commonly found in Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Brazil. Bobinsana is one of the master plant teachers and is known for its stimulating effects and ability to open the heart to compassion, strength and guidance of the mind. The plant has beautiful anemone-like flowers that open in the early morning and late afternoon and glow red-pink.
How is Bobinsana Rapé used and what are its effects?
The traditional way to use rapé is when someone else (usually a shaman) blows the powder into your nose with a tepi. However, you can also self-administer rapé with a v-shaped wooden pipe called kuripe. More information about rapé.
Bobinsana Rapé can be offered during an ayahuasca or truffle ceremony to enhance the hallucinogenic properties and to speed up the connection with the higher self and the universe. It is important to note that bobinsana in itself is not a hallucinogen.