You can use a special blowpipe for serving yourself called a kuripe, but most often a larger blowpipe called a tepi is used to serve a partner. Hapé is a traditional snuff medicine of the Amazon, usually made with mapacho and a tree ash. This would be Hapé in its simplest form, and a medicinal Hapé would also contain specific herbs determined by the Hapé’s desired healing effects..Historically Hapé was made only by the wisest men of the tribe and the origin stories of Hapé are as old as the practice of the black earth. Poplar has been used for Activation, Expansion, Portals, Prayer. In Celtic tradition, the Poplar tree represents the Tree of Life. Standard sticks have a poplar handle and an amethyst point. The oak is considered a cosmic storehouse of wisdom embodied in its towering strength. It grows slowly, but surely at its own rate. Oak is often associated with honor, nobility, and wisdom as well thanks to its size and longetivity. Oaks are known to easily surpass 300 years of age making it a powerful life-affirming symbol. “The oak is a living legend representing all that is true, wholesome, stable, and noble.” The walnut tree has provided food and material used for healing since the Roman times. Its long association with witchcraft once made the tree an object of suspicion and fear. Modern witches, however, hold the tree sacred and use it in folk magic and herbal remedies following in the footsteps of their ancient counterparts.