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Kapachi Incense Loose

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Shamans Market-Peru


This incense mix is traditionally used by the Quechua people of the Cusco region of Peru in the ritual Q'apaq Kapachi a ceremony for purification and honoring of the Apus. It is comprised of a mixture of Palo Santo, lavender (alucma), anise, quinoa, grageas, (small round colored sugar sprinkles), copal, wiraqoya and other sacred herbs and aromatic plants. It is also used for bringing luck and good fortune in many areas of life: work, love, and health. Sold in 3.5 oz bags. Peru.

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  • This incense mix is traditionally used by the Quechua people of the Cusco region of Peru in the ritual Q'apaq Kapachi a ceremony for purification and honoring of the Apus. It is comprised of a mixture of Palo Santo, lavender (alucma), anise, quinoa, grageas, (small round colored sugar sprinkles), copal, wiraqoya and other sacred herbs and aromatic plants. It is also used for bringing luck and good fortune in many areas of life: work, love, and health. Sold in 6 oz bags. Peru.

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