The visitation room of the Indian chief, full of curative herbs. The use medicinal herbs was another similarity between Indian and African cults, and facilitated the incorporation of Amerindian beliefs into Afro-Brazilian religion.Sala de consultas do chefe indígena, cheia de hervas medicinais. O uso de hervas medicinais foi outra semelhança existente entre os cultos indígenas e africanos, facilitando assim a incorporação de crenças ameríndias na religião afro-brasileira.
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