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Ambil Warmi *New*

Ambil is an indigenous paste made up of Amazonian plants grown and harvested in prayer. It is prepared by taking fresh leaves and cooking them in fresh water over a wood fire for 12 to 20 hours till a paste is formed. This paste can be applied externally to cuts and wounds or placed in the mouth during prayer and meditation. Ambil realigns our chakras, grounds us emotionally, and encourages positive, insightful conversation. Whenever there is a request for guidance, advice, ceremonies or taking from the plant, animal, or spirit world, ambil can be used as it acts as a vehicle to carry our prayers to the Creator. Ambil is a plant ally that carries the Divine Masculine, or Father Spirit, and helps to heal the father wound and align the divine masculine within.

Ambil is traditionally eaten with the mambe. However, it can also be used on it's own and is great for helping to realign our chakras, grounding us emotionally, and encouraging positive, insightful conversation. To use it on its own, you would take about a lentil size amount, apply it in the mouth along the gum line and allow it to slowly dissolve.

Ambil Warmi: Our women’s Ambil made with special palm salt traditionally used for women by the Witoto Tribe. This salt is gentler and less heating for the body. Since women are water, it is said that this is the best Ambil for them to use because it creates less fire and prevents imbalance. This Ambil is also good for men seeking to calm their inner fire or who desire to connect more with their feminine energy.

Ambi Fuerte: Our new high-strength Ambil. This Ambil is for those who have a long-standing practice with the medicine and who desire a more intense experience. It is much stronger than our traditional Ambil (which we are renaming Ambil Pura), and has a greater effect of “borrachera” or celestial drunkenness as the tobacco cleanses and aligns. Because of its intensity, this Ambil should be used with caution and by those seeking powerful ceremonial experiences.

Ambil is often used amongst the tribes to clarify and sweeten communication, as it helps us to be more sincere in our dealings with one another and helps us to use intention and awareness in our words.

**Recommended usage is based on use by traditional peoples.*

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Benefits of Ambil Warmi:

~ salt is gentler and less heating for the body

~Since women are water, it is said that this is the best Ambil for them to use because it creates less fire and prevents imbalance

~This Ambil is also good for men seeking to calm their inner fire or who desire to connect more with their feminine energy.

General Benefits of Ambil:

Ambil used on its own:
~ realigns the chakras
~purifies and cleanses
~ provides emotional grounding
~encourages positive, insightful conversation
~This masculine energy supports in moving forward and achieving visions and goals in life.

Ambil is an indigenous paste made up of Amazonian plants grown and harvested in prayer. It is prepared by taking fresh leaves and cooking them in fresh water over a wood fire for 12 to 20 hours till a paste is formed. This paste can be applied externally to cuts and wounds or placed in the mouth during prayer and meditation. Ambil realigns our chakras, grounds us emotionally, and encourages positive, insightful conversation. Whenever there is a request for guidance, advice, ceremonies or taking from the plant, animal, or spirit world, ambil can be used as it acts as a vehicle to carry our prayers to the Creator. Ambil is a plant ally that carries the Divine Masculine, or Father Spirit, and helps to heal the father wound and align the divine masculine within.

Ambil Warmi: Our women’s Ambil made with special palm salt traditionally used for women by the Witoto Tribe. This salt is gentler and less heating for the body. Since women are water, it is said that this is the best Ambil for them to use because it creates less fire and prevents imbalance. This Ambil is also good for men seeking to calm their inner fire or who desire to connect more with their feminine energy.

Ambil is traditionally eaten with the mambe. However, it can also be used on it's own and is great for helping to realign our chakras, grounding us emotionally, and encouraging positive, insightful conversation.

Fresh tobacco leaves and vegetable salts

Storage: Please keep in the airtight containers it comes in, keep away from wet, damp and humid conditions, and store away from direct sunlight.


**Consumption recommendations are based on use by traditional peoples. This product is not approved by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose or treat any illness. All product information is for educational purposes only. We recommend consulting your medical practitioner before beginning treatment.**

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