Dive into the rich indigenous culture with our Double Blow Kenê Bamboo Tepi, inspired by the Kenê patterns that embody the physical and spiritual beings of the forest. These geometric patterns are often found in body paintings and traditional handicrafts.
Expertly handcrafted, this unique double barrel Tepi features intricate Kenê designs skillfully burned into the bamboo using pyrography. The double barrel design allows for simultaneous application to both nostrils, providing a complete and transformative experience in just one swift blow.
Please note that there may be slight variations between batches, as this is a handcrafted product.
Our dedicated team of artisans at the Tete Pawã arts and medicines studio created this exquisite Tepi. Located in the remote upper Juruá region of Marechal Thaumaturgo municipality in the Amazon, we are thrilled to collaborate with them in bringing their exceptional craftsmanship and high-quality Kuntanawa Rapés to our customers.
In Pano indigenous language, Tete Pawã signifies the Harpy, the largest bird of prey in the region. Revered by native peoples, this majestic and powerful bird holds a sacred place in their myths and traditions. The spirit of the Harpy Eagle lives on in this beautifully crafted Tepi, guiding you on your spiritual journey with Amazonian plants and traditions.