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Medicine Kit

Shamanism originated in Siberia, where members of indigenous tribes would gather the sometimes poisonous and highly psychoactive mushroom, Amanita muscaria. Once it was recognized and classified as shamanism, it became apparent many cultures around the world conducted similar practices. It might just be the oldest spiritual practice in the world – one that is not necessarily based on faith in a particular god, but rather based on animism, the belief that everything is living and has a spirit. 

Chanunpa

Lakota tradition has it that White Buffalo Calf Woman brought the čhaŋnúŋpa to the people, as one of the Seven Sacred Rites, to serve as a sacred bridge between this world and Wakan Tanka, the "Great Mystery".The čhaŋnúŋpa is one means of conveying prayers to the Creator and the other sacred beings. The various parts of the pipe have symbolic meanings, and much of this symbolism is not shared with those outside the culture. While sacred pipes of various designs are used in ceremonies by a number of different Indigenous Peoples of the Americas, čhaŋnúŋpa is specifically the Lakota name for their type of ceremonial pipe and ceremony. Other nations have their own names for their pipes and ceremonies, in their particular indigenous languages.

Shaman Rattle

Rattles call in power, energy and allies. Used to break up static energy and heal. Rattles are seen as divine gifts; markers of identity; tools of magickal intent and certainly as musical instruments. The rattle has a history of being a predominant instrument in climates that are just too moist for skin drums, however they have been found to be a part of the majority of ancient cultures.

Tepi

The Sacred Shamanic Tepi Pipe Gives You the Best Experience at Rape Snuffing.  The sacred shaman tepi pipes are one of the ancient applicator pipes used by the people of Amazon basin to share Hape — medicinal herbs. 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.

Kuripe

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.

Smudge Fan

Smudging is a ceremony practiced by some indigenous peoples, that involves the burning of sacred herbs, in some cases for spiritual cleansing or blessing. While the particulars of the ceremonies, and the herbs used can vary widely between tribes and nations, many use forms of sage (for example, common sage or white sage) and cedar that is local to their region.

Medicine Drum

Drumming is one of the oldest forms of vibrational healing on this planet. Drums have been used in shamanism for thousands of years. The beat of the drum can be used to enter into altered states of consciousness for journeying, healing, and ceremony.

Atlantis Stick

Atlantis sticks are used to anchor the user to their intention during deep meditation. These 2 sided wands have a removable cap to insert written intentions, prayers, seeds, or anything conducive to ones journey. Amethyst is a stone of spiritual protection and purification, cleansing one's energy field of negative influences and attachments, and creating a resonant shield of spiritual Light around the body. It acts as a barrier against lower energies, psychic attack, geopathic stress and unhealthy environments. Poplar has been used for Activation, Expansion, Portals, Prayer.

Hand-Carved Stone

The earliest known works of representational art are stone carvings. Often marks carved into rock or petroglyphs will survive where painted work will not. Prehistoric Venus figurines such as the Venus of Berekhat Ram may be as old as 800,000 years, and are carved in stones such as tuff and limestoneIntuitive sources believe that Shaman Stones are deeply connected with the Earth. The stones are both grounding and energizing. Shaman Stones may be useful in connecting with one’s animal guides, and in providing psychic protection. They may also help with the purification of negative energies. Use on the third eye is said to enhance psychic abilities. 

Soplar Pipe

Blowing (transmitting) the plant-spirit medicine into the patient. One can only soplay after many years of dieting. This is usually carried out with tobacco or floral water. A curandero is a healer. Medico is Spanish for doctor and is a common term used among indigenous and mestizo people in the Peruvian Amazon for a curandero: one who works with plants and plant spirits. Many curanderos will work with ayahuasca, although not all (especially vegetalistas, who are akin to herbalists).

Dew Claw Rattle

Rattles call in power, energy and allies. Used to break up static energy and heal. Rattles are seen as divine gifts; markers of identity; tools of magickal intent and certainly as musical instruments. The rattle has a history of being a predominant instrument in climates that are just too moist for skin drums, however they have been found to be a part of the majority of ancient cultures.The stag is the king of the forest, the protector o all other creatures. For the nativetribes of North America, the deer was a messenger, an animal of power, and a totem representing sensitivity, intuition and gentleness.

Tobacco Pouch

Native American medicine bag or medicine bundle is a container for items believed to protect or give spiritual powers to its owner. Varying in size, it could be small enough to wear around the neck or it could be a large bag with a long strap called a “bandolier.” The size of the bag is determined by how many items need to be carried.