I thought I should list a few real Buddhist amulets rather than you buying the unblessed rubbish online, and it is possible to get astonishing ones at an affordable price. This one is a fabulous Somdet as it both comes from a great monk, Luang Phor Wan and the list of ingredients is inspiring in its complexity.
It was made in 2018 and blessed in Petchabun with a group of 9 important monks. It is made from a huge selection of powdered Muan Sarn as well as ground Ngiew Dam wood, Phayaong Kham wood, the core of a tamarind tree that was used to make monk beads, the brick dust from a delapidated ancient temple temple, the dust from one eyed coconuts, the soils from 7 termite hills (which provides activity and effort) and Leklai powder.
The blessing and many ingredients are there for Metta, while others are for good fortune to bring money and then the Leklai is for protection from all forms of harm, including black magic and this is a superb amulet to carry while traveling.
Beautiful Buddha magic that measures 1.7" and comes with LP Wan's card and the Namo Dtassa kata.
Standard trackable registered Post ($10) is now available to the USA, Europe, the UK, and Australia for parcels up to the value of $200 but please be aware that things have slowed due to Covid.
ALL orders over $200 and those to Canada, Japan, and NZ - by COURIER ONLY ($50) and it gets there in 5 to 9 days.
If wanting another system in Asia, please write to me and we can work it out.
The Phra Somdet Phokkasap Amulet by Luang Phor Wan with Leklai (2018)
Pure Buddhist amulets (without Prai materials) are known as Puttakhun magic and they work in a gentler way but still offer sustained magical force.