Pot for inhalation, with anthropomorphic modeling on one side and on the opposite side an appendix for drinking or inhaling. Sides with decorative motifs, circular and triangular, in some cases concentric. The appendix is surrounded by deep incisions and has a hole in the middle to drink liquids or inhale. The upper edge is reinforced outwards.
Several ancient cultures used the inhalation of substances as preparation for their rituals, in the case of the Taínos the best known is the rite of the Cohoba.