3 - Samauma Rapé
Latin Name: Ceiba pentandra
Tobacco: Rope tobacco
Ash: Samaúma bark
This is the largest tree in the Amazon forest and one of the largest in the world, growing up to 90 meters. It is known as the mother of all other trees and as the Queen of the Forest. This is one of the most sacred allies of the indigenous people of the Amazon basin, even among the Mayans. Its roots are capable of sourcing water from very deep in the Earth, not only to supply itself but for numerous other creatures that call this majesty home. They believe that it is an enchanted spirit and possesses magical powers protecting the other trees and the inhabitants of the forest. It is also popularly known as “Tree of Life” and “Ladder of Heaven,” making the connection between Heaven and Earth. It is for all of these reasons that the indigenous use it’s bark for making rapé, as well as mixing it into ayahausca, to receive the blessing of the great Queen of the Forest. This rapé can clear the central channel from the roots up to the crown. It is also known for its effect in the abdominal region and can help clear relationship boundaries.
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