The onyx is believed to bring balance and protect from negative energies
Tibetan mala made of sandarac wood and red onyx
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Mala is one of the objects most widely worn by the Tibetans who wear it around the neck or around their wrists. They use it to count mantra recitations following the rhythm of their prayers. The mala's beads polished by the mantras, these prayers are repeated endlessly can be made of wood, seeds or gems.
The wood of Thuya Sutchuenensis is very scarce and particularly fragrant and can be found in Kandze, a Tibetan region in the province of Sichuan. It is wildly used for incense production.
The beads are made of red onyx which can only be found in China. The onyx is believed to bring balance and harmony to the person who wears it and to protect from negative energies.
Ingredients: Mala Consulting batch information
Material: Thuya sutchuenensis, Red onyx, Yak bone
Composition: 108 beads and 5 stones
Beads sizes: medium
Length: 51 cm
This product does not contain allergens (in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011) nor genetically modified organisms.