Coca leaf and dances | Massive chewing ritual gathers hundreds in La Paz, Bolivia.

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The so-called ‘aguayos’ ritual took place in La Paz and brought together hundreds of coca leaf growers who performed traditional dances and songs and chewed on the plant, highlighting its traditional and medicinal uses.

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