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

These are exceptionally rare and the price is EACH, not for both.

These items are called Phom Phi Chor, and it is a Ghost Hair that comes from a person who has a Phi Phob in their family lineage. It is impossible to make knots like this in Thai hair as it is so strong and these balls only form in the people who have a Phi Phob, one of the ghosts of Thailand that pass down a lineage, through a family line. These were taken from two different bodies and each body had more than one, which is the most common way.

The one from Mae Prom was taken from an elderly lady and is a hard ball of hair. Mae Supa was only in her 30's and he hair ball is less dense but both have an eerie feel to them, quite potent.  These are praised as a bucha and are for great fortune. They come with a kata that needs saying daily when you change the fresh water and on the day of the full moon before the sun sets they need an offering of food that you can make yourself of raw pork, raw onions, chili and a herb. They also need a white alcohol, any white alcohol and they are kept on any gold coloured metal stand.

When praised correctly these bring great wealth, and they grow. The bigger they get the more money they bring but if they start to grow, also make offerings on the dark moon (so this is twice per month) in the same way. These are extremely rare and can be very beneficial items.

The hair from Mae Prom measures 2.4" and from Mae Supa 2.5".

Raw magic that is very difficult to find.

Standard registered Post ($10) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK,  and Australia  for parcels up to the value of $200.

Orders over $200 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($50).
Please write to me if unsure and we can work it out.

Phom Phi Chor Ghost Hair Bucha

  • 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.