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More about Nukini Roses Rapé

Incorporating Tsunu ashes and white flowers creates a tranquil and alluring fragrance. Because of its relaxing and aura-cleansing effects, white roses have long been a staple in traditional Brazilian herbal baths. The roses come from natural rose bushes rather than being picked from a greenhouse, and are thus certified organic. Nukini Rosa Branca is the Portuguese translation.

Spirit of the Sacred Waters, a Feminine Force

The white rose is a symbol of the feminine. They stand as a representation of innocence and purity. Yemanjá, the West African Orixá tradition’s name for the sea queen, represents strength and might. There is no mother more watery than her. Fish mother is the literal translation of this term. As the source of all life, water rightfully deserves the title of “everlasting mother.” Mary and the Latin word for “sea” (Mare) have an etymological origin. The life-giving feminine energy contained inside the holy waters. The medicine’s secret, and its lesson, is in how it may soothe and comfort.
This rapé may be the most gentle and soothing of all time. White Rose Nuki is a gentle giant. If you know the Nukini Rapé maker, you know that she claims it is the one thing that helps her unwind.

Rapé Snuff and Roses

Although it’s true that roses aren’t part of any specific indigenous heritage, it’s important to remember that today’s indigenous people aren’t frozen in the past. They use outside plants in their treatments in the same manner that we use traditional medicines from other cultures. Cultures have lives of their own; they change and develop throughout time. It was from this discussion that this formula emerged, a lovely relaxing combination that will likely come as a pleasant surprise. Although it is a member of the Nukini family, it may be seen as the cultural fruit of the Caboclo, a unique combination of European, African, and Indigenous elements from Brazil. This blending of cultural elements is wholly novel and distinctively Brazilian. Numerous colonies have seen racial and cultural mixing, but none have produced an experience quite like that of Brazil.

3G , 5G , 10G

Mapacho, sacred ashes of Tsunu tree and Rose

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These unregistered medicines have not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for their quality, safety or intended use. This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your health care practitioner before consuming any of our products.  Consult your Doctor if your pregnant or breastfeeding.

Weight 0.3 kg
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 1.98 cm

3g, 5g, 10g

Nukini Roses
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