What did indians smoke in their peace pipes?

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Indians would smoke a few things in the peace pipes such as plants that were hard to find called Nicotiana tabacum and Nicotiana rustica. They would also smoke tobacco, herbs, sumac leaves, dogwood tree bark and even moss.
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Tobacco was smoked in Indian peace pipes, or a substance called kinnic
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Natural tobacco.
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1. Dedicate a purpose to your ceremony. The seven rites that the peace pipe were invoked for were in the Sioux traditions were: gift of the peace pipe, birth, honoring the dead, purification
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speaking as a Native American I think perhaps I can answer this question. The peace pipe was a way to give the meeting time to simmer down and everyone to gather their thoughts .
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