I tried not to sell the heavy stuff but man, I was getting bored as I love it.

There is a tradition of using the products from very young bodies in Thailand for the specific purpose of help while gambling, and that doesn't just mean at the Casino, on the horses or with the lottery. This type of Talisman helps with all aspects of life's gambles, which also includes with business, anything to do with money.

The amulet is made from a powder that derives from a male baby hand and is by Ajarn Krit. This way is easier than sending out recognisable body parts and is the best way now. The powder has been molded into the shape of a hand with its fingers curled to catch luck. I like the way Ajarn has added red nails to the hand to make it easier to see as the oil it is in hides the detail somewhat. The script on the case will wear off over time, which it is meant to do. This is an exceptional piece.

With amulets that use heavy prai, bargains are struck using Merit as a currency and this type of body product is best for using the ghost to bring money through any form of risk but can also be angled to bring money in any way. These are related to a Kuman Thong as it is a young spirit and as such, enjoys similar offerings of sweet drinks, sweets and toys. When the hand brings something good, buy a small offering and give merit immediately as this encourages the spirit in this to bring more good fortune.

Measures 2", which is a beautiful size and it is super potent. No kata, just praise and connect.

Heavy prai makes me happy.

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A Baby Hand Powder Amulet for Gambling by Ajarn Krit

  • The HEAVY PRAI  category has items that are made from the top prai materials in the old fashioned way. So expect to see bone, top Panneng and fleshy parts of the body, or oils made from weird sources.