Everyone knows that tobacco can be very harmful to health, whether through inhaled smoke or combustion when smoking a cigarette.
But did you know that in some cultures the use of tobacco can be medicinal and spiritual? I explain.
Tobacco is considered a plant of power, ancestral and sacred, used, among other functions, to clean both individuals and ceremonial spaces Kambo Stick. Over the years, its use has been distorted by white men.
The raw material for snuff is tobacco, the preparation of which is carried out by the Indians or someone else, in a specific ceremony, usually in the forest. In powder form, it is inhaled, after a brief connection with your healing powers and intention for that moment. First in one nostril, then in the other. The tool invented to make use of it is called Tipi.
The use of snuff is an ancient and ritualistic tradition and, for many, a form of spiritual ascension. It is important to highlight that for people interested in trying it, it is important to find a reputable source for using the sacred tobacco. While you can administer snuff alone or with a trusted friend, it's also important to educate yourself on its proper use.
But what happens when you inhale snuff? It is sucked in and automatically rises, clearing the airways until it reaches the brain, where a kind of expansion of consciousness occurs and, depending on the person's degree of alignment, can cure addictions, sinusitis and firm thoughts, among other things.
Some benefits of snuff include:
- Helps to concentrate and sharpen the mind.
- It cleanses the energy field of the person or environment, in addition to functioning as a body and mind detoxifier, which is why it is often associated with Ayahuasca ceremonies.
- Cleans the respiratory tract of mucus and bacteria, thus helping to fight colds and respiratory diseases.
- It provides a calming and grounding effect on emotions that lasts much longer than the initial sensation.
- It can be used in conjunction with other treatments for addiction and mental illness.