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Handcarved Shipibo Prayer Pipes


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We are honored to present to you a small collection of hand carved ceremonial smoking pipes, made of the sacred tree Palo Sangre. They come to us from a Peruvian artist, Vetzo; a world-renowned woodworker in Pucallpa. Each piece is made with utmost intention & reverence, using only sustainably sourced wood from fallen trees…Palo Sangre is a heart opening wood for connection with Nature and with Pachamama, helping you to connect to the spirit of Nature & the force of all Creation

We’ve received many requests for smoking pipes as they are a wonderful tool to connect with the ritual of sacred smoke, where we can effectively send our prayers up to the heavens to be received by the Great Creator. These one of a kind pieces are true masterpieces, tools that will accompany you for many years to come. Each one is unique and different animal totems carved in to them (you’ll see when you go to select your piece the different options)

Why Should I Use A Ceremonial Prayer Pipe? 
It is said that the smoke rising from these pipes combines with our prayers to be lifted up to the heavens and received by the Great Creator. Thus, smoking pipes are a powerful tool that helps you connect further with the power of prayer and allow those prayers to manifest. Smoke is a vehicle of healing, cleansing, and purification.

What Herbs Do I Use In My Pipe? 
There are many traditional smoking herbs that you can use to begin your smoking prayer practice. Organic, cultivated with intention Tobacco, for one is an incredible plant ally when sourced correctly. Tobacco has the power to heal profoundly when used with intention, and the power to harm when used mindlessly. That speaks to the reverence this sacred plant teacher deserves. There are other smoking herbs you can use as well to send your prayers to the heavens; mugwort, mullein, damiana, & catnip are all great options.


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5 reviews for Handcarved Shipibo Prayer Pipes

  1. serenitytranq1 (verified owner)

    I decided to buy myself my first Shipibo Prayer Pipe. I chose the Hummingbird because of its beauty and its way it connects with the earth’s flowers. When I received my Hummingbird pipe, I was amazed to see it’s truly intrinsic handcraved details all around this Prayer Pipe that I began to hold this to my chest and conveyed my spiritual needs and intentions. Absolutely perfect for me ♥️

  2. MaxWeltman (verified owner)

    Like the review above mine, I also chose the hummingbird pipe. It just made sense to me. The pipe is a work of art. Here’s what I would recommend: You will need a case for it. I bought a case that would be used for a long glass pipe and also a large, rectangular tupperware with a snap-top, and filled that with paper towel for padding. The hummingbird had also broken off from the pipe when it arrived in the mail, so be aware that these works of art are very fragile. It was an easy fix with some wood glue, but it showed me that I must treat this pipe with utmost care. It gets clogged sometimes to so be patient with it. Pipe cleaners are good in addition to a case. I love using this pipe for prayers and ceremony.

  3. jordan.marleyweaver7

    I have no yet bought one I will be saving up for this but the craft and art of this beautiful piece speaks even through a photo. I am so grateful this beautiful market exist to allow everyone to be connected to indigenous tribes

  4. rtaylor (verified owner)

    I purchased the Frog pipe, it arrived well packaged. Absolutely beautiful pipe for ceremony and prayers. Very spiritual

  5. justin (verified owner)

    I’m an avid pipe smoker and was really excited to find pipes here. Not only that the wolf pipe matches my totem and name and I knew it was made for me. It is a work of art and almost too beautiful to smoke with so I save it for special occasions and when smoking as part of a ritual

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