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  1. Mar 28,  · P arts of the Amazon rainforest that were long believed to be almost uninhabited were actually home to a thriving, ancient civilization buried for centuries by jungle growth, according to a new.
  2. Amazonian Animals: Picture dictionary showing animal words in native Amazonian languages. Amazon Indians: Essays and photography by an ecologist who works with Peruvian Amazon people. Indigenous Peoples in Brazil: Articles and photos about many different tribes living in the Amazon jungle, in Portuguese and English.
  3. The Amazonian rainforest was transformed over two thousand years ago by ancient people who built hundreds of large, mysterious earthworks.
  4. Earth Doesn't Lie, an album by Al Quetz on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, Traditional Amazonian Medicine. 6. Jungle Waterfall. 7. Yemaya Nocturna. More by Al Quetz. La Revancha de la Manana. Drums Come from Africa.
  5. Traditional Amazonian Medecine by AL QUETZ NEW LP on label HeavenlySweetness published on TZ Track from EARTH DOESN'T LIE ep, a mystic, spiritual instrumental project which brings Hip Hop far from consumerism, fashion,tendency and materialism just some music to connect with the Pachamama.
  6. Traditional Medicines from the Earth Paperback – January 1, by Omar Scalzo, Richard and Cruz (Author) out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 4.
  7. Jun 24,  · Amazon tribe creates page traditional medicine encyclopedia by Jeremy Hance on 24 June In one of the great tragedies of our age, .
  8. Mar 28,  · In August , Coshikox, a collective organization of Shipibo-Konibo and Xetebo peoples, gathered in Yarinacocha, Peru to discuss their concerns about the effects of foreigners’ encroachment in the Amazon. Shipibo-speaking attendees, whose traditional plant medicine practices include use of visionary plants and brews such as ayahuasca, voiced concerns and ways to take .
  9. Apr 13,  · It has been written in the Matsés language to prevent corporations from appropriating the knowledge. The Matsés tribe that is settled in the Amazon jungle, between Peru and Brazil, has developed recently a page traditional medicine encyclopedia that includes techniques compiled by five shamans who were assisted by the conservation organization Acaté.

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