Rape, also known as shamanic snuff, is a specific type of tobacco that is distinct from the type of tobacco that is found in cigarettes. Unlike cigarettes, this type of tobacco is not typically smoked. Instead, most people snuff the compound into their noses. Once the plant is harvested, the components are pulverized and strained to create a fine, light-colored powder. Snuff is frequently used in religious and secret experiments, but the exact recipe used can vary significantly from culture to culture. The compound dates back to the time of the Incas, and it is still used in spiritual ceremonies to this day.