Phrakham are the strings of 108 beads worn by monks and lay people for counting kata and receiving the benefits of their blessing by monks and what they are made of. They come in many forms and can be found made from Yaa mixtures, certain woods, leklai and even metal.

These beads were released a few years back by Luang Pu Chuea and consist of roughly cast Yaa Chintamunee, a particular mix of plants that originates from Burmese Wicha that bring both greath fortune and a health benefit. This is good for treating generall illness to raise the well being and is reputedly also good for repairing difficult karma but there are limits to what I can say that is in the description as it boasts of amazing things. Through the action of repairing our state of health and karmic load, the Yaa Chintamunee is also renowned for raising the fortune of the bearer.

These smell strongly and were the last I could find. It was made from an old Wicha book with a huge amount of different herbs and plants contained in the mix, which was blessed on the full moon night of December. I would suggest that these should be worn for a while to get their benefit from that and then use it for spiritual baths, which I will describe for the buyer. Spiritual baths are underestimated regarding their efficiency and I can highly recommend them to help combat difficult astrology or when experiencing a drop in general health and good fortune.

Rare things and I only have one.

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Yaa Chintamunee Phrakham Beads by LP Chuea for luck and health

$135.00Price
  • Phrakham are the strings of 108 beads worn by monks and lay people for counting kata and receiving the benefits of their blessing by monks and what they are made of. They come in many forms and can be found made from Yaa mixtures, certain woods, leklai and even metal.