Luang Phor Yaem is famous as the last great custodian of the Kuman Thong Temple in nakhon Pathom, Wat Sam Ngam and he passed away 2 years ago at an advanced age. This is one of his Luk Om that I recently managed to find and it consists of some of his chewed betel that has been placed inside a Luk Om that is constructed from Puttakhun materials for Metta.
In Thai magic, the products of famous monks are both reveered and highly sought after because the monk embodies magic itself after a lifetime of devotion and kata. From having this piece we can gain some of the feeling from LP Yaem himself and it acts as a connection to both his spirit and his abilities. This is a stunningly beautiful piece that brings Metta and protection from all forms of harm, which includes black magic.
Measures 1.25" and comes with a photograph of Luang Phor Yaem, a legend from The Thai Occult.
I only have three and these will be popular.
A Metta Luk Om Amulet by Luang Phor Yaem in silver
Pure Buddhist amulets (without Prai materials) are known as Puttakhun magic and they work in a gentler way but still offer sustained magical force.