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December 06, 2022

Des belles idées cadeau en toute occasion - RUNAK

Runak is the expression of natural beauty, respect for the Earth, for individuals, authenticity and well-being. Sharing natural ingredients from Peru is our priority and why not combine it with the art of Peruvian hands which bring a human touch in this season of joy, hope and joyful reunions.

I invite you to discover the colorful side of these gift ideas....

Christmas celebration

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Inspired by the art, culture and history of Peru, we add color to your days and introduce you to 4 products...

🏔 Peruvian artisanal ceramics are a cultural manifestation that records and recounts part of the past of the Peruvian people for over 3000 years. years. In the past, containers called pacchas were used to offer sacred liquids to Mother Earth during ceremonies. These artisanal ceramics come exclusively from the cities of Piura, Cusco, Ayacucho and Puno and are very recognized internationally for their quality and meaning. This is the ceramic mug made and painted by hand by Peruvian artisans.

🏔 Inspired by the Andes mountain range (Andes means Orient, cardinal point where the sun rises) Runak has created a synergy of essential oils from Peru such as Palo Santo, Arrayan, Lemongrass and Muna in order to recreate the natural aroma of the mountains of Peru, where hundreds of legends and myths exist and whose energy and magnetism are present in a natural way. Soy candle with ANDES fragrance (50 hours).

🏔 Shamans from indigenous communities in South America used Palo Santo wands to cleanse and purify spaces, burning it and letting it leak its smoke. To use the tree we do not cut them. For its benefits to be truly effective, the tree must die naturally and rest for a few years so that the oil that forms at this time can then be used in rituals and ceremonies. So we only treat branches and trunks that have fallen naturally, without cutting down any living trees. There is no harvest of Palosanto, but picking of naturally dead Palosanto. Palo Santo sticks (6 units) .

🏔 Llamas are descendants of animals called wild guanaco, which were domesticated in South America around 4500 BC. AD. Today, it is not uncommon to see llamas dressed in colorful costumes in the public squares of Andean villages. It is a long-standing cultural tradition, symbolizing power, respect and reverence between indigenous peoples.

The history of the alpaca dates back to the time of the Incas more than 5,000 years ago, who were the first to domesticate alpacas, animals native to the Andes mountain range. Since then, the breeding of this beautiful and noble animal has continued over time; today there are many peoples and families who, after many generations, maintain intact the roots and the know-how of how to obtain one of the most precious natural fibers in the world, thus honoring a past full of history and legend. Handmade Llama key ring in Alpaca wool.

Sacred ritual

sacred ritual

Inspired by Peruvian rituals that have existed for a long time, we introduce you to 3 products...

Traditionally, Peruvians use a flower bath to cleanse and ward off bad luck as well as to welcome the new year with a good dose of energy and good vibes. This floral elixir is perfect for those who want to start the year with a feeling of renewal and hope. Traditionally, flowers and scented water or aromatic floral water are mixed in a large pot, boiled and cooled, then poured over themselves after a shower. This practice is believed to bring good luck to relationships and life opportunities.

Located in the Andes in Peru, the Maras salt flats are one of the most photographed wonders of the world. Breathtaking, they are the result of a miracle of nature and human ingenuity.

The Maras saltworks are the scene of a demonstration of cultural conservation, heritage and environmental protection. They put Peru in the spotlight because the salt that comes out of them is a very fashionable product, prized for its medicinal benefits.

Pour this natural flower bath into your bath to bring luck and happiness to your new year! Ritual Maras bath salts with flowers of life

Inspired by the Andes mountain range (Andes means Orient, cardinal point where the sun rises) Runak has created a synergy of essential oils from Peru such as Palo Santo, Arrayan, Lemongrass and Muna in order to recreate the natural aroma of the mountains of Peru, of which hundreds of legends and myths exist and whose energy and magnetism are present in a natural way. Soy candle with ANDES fragrance (50 hours).

 Practicing gratitude allows you to experience peace of mind, a recognition of what is. This helps reduce stress, have better quality sleep and feel more confident and happy. Writing down our gratitudes preferably before going to bed is a good practice to adopt and for this we have created this Gratitude Notebook: 100 pages to write our gratitudes every day.

Spiritual ritual

spiritual ritual

Inspired by the art, culture, history and rituals of Peru, we introduce you to 4 products...

Peruvian textile art, a cultural heritage more than 3000 years old, is one of the greatest cultural manifestations that this country has with a long history that originated in prehistoric times and is preserved to the present day. If there is one place in Peru where textile art is preserved intact, it is on Taquile Island, on Lake Titicaca (Puno). There, in southern Peru, the descendants of the Pucará, Colla and Inca cultures keep this tradition alive, passing down from generation to generation. Handmade pouch from Peru with Inca Alpaca fabric that we offer you is handmade by Peruvian artisans from the communities of the Cusco Valley. A unique pouch with vibrant colors representative of this beautiful culture that is Peru. 

For RUNAK, spirituality is part of its daily life, so we created this synergy of Palo Santo and Patchouli essential oils for their benefits in terms of well-being and which are used regularly for rituals of love, protection and prosperity. Soy candle with Spirituelle fragrance (50 hours).

Shamans from indigenous communities in South America used Palo Santo wands to cleanse and purify spaces, burning it and letting it leak its smoke. To use the tree we do not cut them. For its benefits to be truly effective, the tree must die naturally and rest for a few years so that the oil that forms at this time can then be used in rituals and ceremonies. So we only treat branches and trunks that have fallen naturally, without cutting down any living trees. There is no harvest of Palosanto, but picking of naturally dead Palosanto. Palo Santo sticks (6 units) .

Palo Santo essential oil

Obtained from the hydro-distillation of dead branches of the tree

Here are some benefits of this essential oil: Purifies, wards off negative energies, Develops creativity, inspiration, sensuality, openness in particular to help get off the beaten track, joy, euphoria, Gives a feeling of be protected regardless of external circumstances



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