Ayahuasca Amazonian Shipibo fabric Peruvian Ikaro 156 cm wide x 2 MTS Long

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A pulse printed fabric inspired by the traditional "Ikaro" patterns used by the Shipibo tribe in the Amazonian rainforest. That represent the journey taken under the influence of the Ayahuasca root.

Ayahuasca is an Amazonian plant concoction that has been used for centuries, possibly millennia, by indigenous and shamans through the upper Amazon in northern Peru. Ayahuasca was and continues to be used by the shamans of the Amazon for healing and divination purposes.

The Shipibo culture, originating in the Ucayali River in the upper Amazon, is well known for the medicine of shamanism and the plant. The use of Shipibo images related to ayahuasca is widespread and the well-recognized shipibo patterns of Ikaro are synonymous with ayahuasca and its practice throughout Peru.

The fabric comes by Metro; is 156 cm wide.

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