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TOBAKO ...our first sacred medicine
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Grand rising to all.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jaime Rosario Apr 11.

TOBAKO ...our first sacred medicine

Grand rising to all.…Continue

Started Mar 22

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Jaime Rosario replied to Lil Wolf's discussion TOBAKO ...our first sacred medicine
"I agree. I remember learning that there are certain tribes throughout Turtle Island that hold and protect specific medicines and its medicinal properties that we all have been given the responsibility to protect and foresee. Tabako was the medicine…"
Apr 11
Miguel Sobaoko Koromo Sague replied to Lil Wolf's discussion TOBAKO ...our first sacred medicine
"The first place that the European invader experienced tobacco was in the Caribbean. That is why the Taino word "tabako" became the world-recognized word for this sacred plant."
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Lil Wolf replied to Martha " Bajacu"'s discussion Taino view of alcohol
"Fermented medicine is integral and very common among the sacred medicines of the Arawak Taino. Like all medicine it has to be treated with the utmost respect and honor. The use of medicine is a granted permission; when entering that space the intent…"
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Arawak Taino, living in NYC Metro area. Committed in reviving, learning, Sharing, Arawak spiritual traditions and ceremony, customs and language.
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Arawak language, spirituality, traditional medicine and healing practices

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