Finding good amulets that have been made using Burmese Wicha is difficult but a trip to Pai to the temple of Kruba Apiwat did the trick! Most sold before they got anywhere near the site and I have just 2 items left for sale from this revered Kruba, who comes from Mandalay. Kruba Apiwat is from the lineage of Kruba Wat Mai Hong and that is all you need to know...
This is a very humble looking Buddhist amulet, which is like a Chao Soua in form, (a bit like a Somdet) but it is what it is made of that is exceptional. The mixture is it made of is called Yaa Chintamuni and it brings great fortune. I believe that this stuff is so important that I silver cased immediately to preserve it. It came in a temple box but is so active that they had it on absorbant cloth and the smell is astonishing (i will send the box too).
This brings good fortune, Metta and protection from all forms of harm, including black magic.
It is an exceptional piece of spiritual work that measures 1.6" and comes with the Namo Dtassa chant. Burmese Wicha is renowned for its potent herbal mixtures and the blessings the maker can give. This amulet is a testament to that statement.
I only have 2.
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A Burmese Yaa Chintamuni Buddhist Amulet by Kruba Apiwat 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.