This kit contains a selection of natural products that we elaborate with great love so that you can use them in a night ritual that will generate a feeling of tranquility and relief in breathing. All the products are 100% handmade, made by indigenous Zapotec women with ancestral recipes and organic inputs collected in a responsible and environmentally friendly way in the Sierra Sur of Oaxaca Mexico.

Due to their wild collection and natural manufacture, all our products are free of genetically modified organisms (GMO), chemicals, toxic substances, parabens and artificial preservatives. All our cosmetics are dermatologically tested and analyzed in cruelty-free laboratories to guarantee their quality and safety.

Total weight of the kit: 800 grams

Kit Nabesta

SKU: 0003
  • 1. Balsam of Eucalyptus, Bougainvillea and other natural herbal ingredients - Respira (Do Mbi), 1.4 oz / 40 gr

    Handcrafted by indigenous hands with organic ingredients that, due to their natural properties, provides a relaxing and decongestant sensation for a better night's sleep. Apply it on the chest and neck.

    2. Herbal Respira Infusion , 0.7 oz / 20 gr

    Mixture of eucalyptus, bougainvillea, chamomile, mullein and other herbs that, due to their natural properties, generate a sensation of relief in the throat.

    3. Atadito of Natural Herbs to smoke - (Dhib manoj guan bis) + Circular charcoal tablet / Clay plate / Sealed sheet of paper.

    Product to smoke as we do in our homes to create an environment of calm and peace. Place the charcoal on the handmade clay container and the little bundle on it.

    4. Natural Glycerin Neutral Soap , 21 oz / 60 gr

    Soft and moisturizing handcrafted with organic ingredients. It does not contain caustic soda.

    With the purchase of this kit you are helping to improve the livelihoods of indigenous communities and adopting a native tree that will be reforested.

    Delivery time of 2 to 3 weeks due to the fact that the kit is made at the moment.

    Learn more about our impact and schedule a visit to Naye in San Miguel Suchixtepec, Oaxaca