This beautiful Peruvian ZAMORA Tepi was made with great care by one of the members of the Shipibo tribe.
The Tepi is hand carved and made of a combination of Chonta & Palo Santo Wood and lama bone. A Lama, in the context of tathemical animals, is a symbol of hard work, strength, self-confidence and patience. It’s also associated with curiosity and the willingness to explore the surrounding world. It is also symbolizes the ability to communicate, especially when there is a problem. The lama’s strength also includes adaptability, balance, duty and fortitude.
ZAMORA tepi is really the long one – approximately 32 cm
We understand that choosing the right applicator is a very important and personal choice, so if you have any more questions, feel free to write to us.
The offer is for one tube – a rare opportunity to possess this powerful tool of Amazonian medicine. Keep in mind that each Tepi is hand made and unique and may vary slightly.
“The whole world is covered by designs,” says a Shipibo song.
Shipibo are a nation of about thirty five thousand indigenous people living in the Peruvian Amazon region.
They are shamanically based people deeply influenced by the power of the plants, animals and natural elements.
The Amazon jungle has a very complex and also very delicate and fragile system. The shipibo, as a man of the Jungle knows that is part of it, taking advantage of it wisely.
Somehow He knows that everything is interrelated.
The Shipibos are specialists in seeing the patterns in nature and reproducing them for protection, healing, abundance and harmony.
Each design has a specific meaning and purpose.