Sustainably harvested master plant remediations , pastes, and synergy microdoses brought to you from the rainforests of the Amazon.
In the heart of the Amazon rainforest, the sacred master plant known as Piri-Piri holds a mystical allure. Revered by indigenous communities, this plant is not merely a botanical entity but a conduit to the ethereal realms of love. Legend has it that the maestras, spiritual guides and healers, harness the essence of Piri-Piri to craft a potent ceremony Pusanga spray—a love potion that transcends the ordinary.
As the tale goes, Piri-Piri emerged from the tears of a celestial being who witnessed the complexities of human connections. The plant's leaves, adorned with intricate patterns resembling the threads of fate, were said to contain the secrets of pure and true love. Guided by ancient wisdom, the maestras delicately cultivate and prepare this sacred plant, infusing their concoction with intentions of love and harmony.
When created by the skilled hands of the maestras, the Piri-Piri love potion is believed to awaken the dormant energies of the heart, drawing forth love in its purest form. Its enchanting fragrance and ethereal essence weave a spell that transcends the mundane, beckoning soulmates to recognize each other amidst the cosmic dance of destiny.
In the embrace of Piri-Piri's mystical influence, seekers of true love embark on a transformative journey, guided by the whispers of ancient spirits. This sacred master plant, with her roots anchored in tradition and its branches reaching towards the celestial, becomes a conduit for the manifestation of profound connections—a testament to the mystical union between nature, spirituality, and the essence of love.
Cyperus articulatus, is a rare and fragrant herb found in the South American Amazon region. Among Peruvian indigenous communities, she is commonly referred to as Piri Piri. The Shipibo, utilize this plant in various ways, including incorporating her rhizome into perfumes and magical space sprays believing that Piri Piri possesses special qualities that can enhance romantic connections and foster enduring love...a plant of attraction. It is believed that Piri Piri can contribute to the development of healthy and long-lasting relationships according to the Shipibo tradition.
Piri Piri, a magical rhizome, holds great significance in traditional Peruvian Plant Shamanic practices. It is highly regarded for its ability to attract love and prosperity. In the hands of Curanderos and Curanderas, Piri Piri transforms into special 'LOVE POTIONS' known as 'Pusangas.' These potions are crafted to bring love and luck.
Made with pure, fine love..preparing each batch with committed intention.
Our Piri Piri is wild-gathered from the riverbanks of the Rio Ucayali. We exclusively collaborate with indigenous Shipibo Maestras who carefully distill the roots, a process that involves blooming and aging before distillation. The preparation of this very limited product takes considerable effort, as many kilos of the roots are required to produce the base material. This is a ceremonial space spray, a Pusanga, not to be ingested.
This is a spritz, but may be poured in hand.
At Casa del Colibri, we believe in the intelligence of plants and the part their gifts play in our health and well being. Committed to being ethical and respectful stewards of the jungle and it's tribal communities, we hold the highest of sustainability standards while producing exceptional quality rainforest botanicals and offering hand made indiginous goods and ceremonial supplies. We hold dear these medicinal herbs, saving seed for future plantings and protecting them for future generations.
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