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Abrus Precatorius Seeds, 7 per pack

Lady Bug Bean, Jequirity, Crab's Eye, Rosary Bean, Prayer Bead Bean, Gunga, Gunteh
A small red and black legume often carried in amulets for good luck.

Abrus Precatorius is a plant in the Legume (Bean and Pea) family whose vivid red and black seeds have led to common names like LADY BUG BEAN and CRAB'S EYE. In their native India the seeds are called Gunga or Gunteh, and in the Caribbean they are known as Jequirity. The use of the seeds in jewelry has given rise to other names, such as Rosary Bean and Prayer Bead Bean. Wherever they are found in the world, Abrus Precatorius seeds are carried for good luck and used in making amulets. They also have medicinal properties and contain psychotropic elements related to DMT and LSD-25, but they are DANGEROUS to ingest, because they are POISONOUS.
Acacia Gum (Gum Arabic) Powder 1 oz.

Burn for altar offerings or purification; aids psychic powers, meditation, platonic love, psychic awareness; purification; inspiration; wisdom; visions; anointing; protection; prophetic dreams; spirituality; money.

Gum Arabic or Acacia, also known as gum hashab, is used in money spells. When employed in love spells, the result is said to be a platonic love. Burn with sandalwood for incense to stimulate psychic powers.The source of gum arabic is a small thorny tree found in Sudan, Nigeria and Kenya. Water soluble, gum arabic makes a good binder for other ingredients in incense recipes.

Acacia is a protection from evil, sacred to Diana, Ishtar, Osiris, and Ra. Acacia is burned on Hindu and Buddhist sacred fires. It is widely incorporated in the Ritual and Magick incense traditions of both the East and West.

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