Rudraksha beads, size about approx 7mm. Plese note these rudraksha in not dyed, so it doesnt have red undertones, it has wood/brown undertone.
Made from real dried seeds from the rudraksha tree in India. Those beads are well known to be a shield against negative energy.
Price per strand of 108 beads.
Usually the beads of Rudraksha are strung together as a mālā. Traditionally, it is believed that the number of beads used should be 108 plus one. The extra bead is the bindu or "guru bead". If the mālā lacks a bindu, the energy is said to become cyclical and wearers who are sensitive may become dizzy.
When the beads are strung, it is advisable to do so with either a silk or a cotton thread. It is then advised to change the thread every six months to prevent it from snapping and the 109 beads from scattering. The Rudraksha mālā may also be strung with either copper, silver or gold, typically by a jeweler. A common issue with mālās wired with such metals is the mālā being tied too tightly. This may result in the insides of the Rudraksha seeds cracking and crumbling from excessive pressure. Thus, it is necessary to ensure that the mālā is tied loosely.
The mālā can be worn all the time, including when showering. When bathing in cold water without chemical soaps, it is beneficial for the water to flow over the mala and onto the body. Wearing the mālā while in contact with chemical soaps and warm water is best avoided, however, as it can result in the Rudrakshas becoming brittle and eventually cracking.