Besteel 1-5PCS Mens Womens Wood Necklace Chain Bracelets 108 Buddhist Strand Wood Prayer Beads Sandalwood Link Wrist
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- 3 Pcs for a set wood beads with elastic cord will fit your wrist whatever your wrist strong or thin.
- 8mm of each within 108 beads, 100% handmade string the 108 beads together one by one. You can wear it as bracelet or necklace.
- 3 red beads symbolize inside of 108 wood bead good health, style and wealth.
- 3 different colors bracelet for one set choose different color to show your different style.
- 100-days money back or exchange and come with a “Besteel” velvet bag.
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Besteel 3-5 PCS Mens Womens Wood Necklace Chain Bracelets 108 Buddhist Strand Wood Prayer Beads Sandalwood Link Wrist
Width: 8 mm. 100% handmade string the 108 beads together one by one. The beads are nice and smooth, and on an elastic band, which means you can either wear them on your neck or your wrist if you want.
The Chinese knot is beautiful at the head of the beads. These are just the right size to use as a prayer or a worry bead.
We can coil ours 4 times around our wrists (as shown in the photos) comfortably. If you wear bracelets that are more than 9-10", you might wrap these just 3 times or wear them as a necklace instead if that's the case.
All in all, it is a great gift for you, family, or friend and suitable for holiday, birthday, or Valentine's Day. If you like it, pls take it home.
Why choose Buddhist Wood Beads Bracelet?
Buddhism is one of the three major religions of the world. Buddha means "enlightened."
Buddhist emphasis on the human mind and consciousness and moral progress.
Buddhism is to give people confidence and give people hope, give joy. Beads, this called "rosary".
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- Package Dimensions: 9.8 x 2 x 0.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01E9RL2JC
- Item model number: B4U3
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 15, 2016
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For the price, definitely get all 5 pieces, great to gift to friends or keep them all to coordinate with every outfit. I wear one every day. I'd love if they made even more colours, I'd get them all.
My only suggestion would be instead of using 3 red plastic beads, to use some kind of natural stone/gem bead instead.
The wooden beads are mostly smooth from being layered in some kind of varnish. Even the knots did not come unraveled with weeks of wear.
After about three months I started noticing small red spots on my wrist where the beads came into contact with my skin. I ignored it at first thinking it was just my skin not being used to the beads.
Within a week the the spots grew larger and became patchy and it became clear my skin was reacting to something. I've never been allergic to anything, but thought at first that maybe I was allergic to the varnish or whatever clear coat chemicals they were using on the beads or thst maybe sone type of powder or residue was on the beads to keep insects away during storage or transport.
I soaked and washed all of the malas in soapy water, layed them out to dry and waited for my little red patch on my wrist to go away. After several days it did.
I started wearing them all day, every day again, just as before. Within a week my skin started reacting again. I decided to suck it up and keep warring them because I liked them so much. By weeks end, the rash had spread all around my wrist, became vibrant pink, and insanely itchy, unlike any rash I had ever experienced. Worse even than poison ivy.
I started searching online for anyone posting allergic reactions to wearing malas. I quickly found other people experiencing the same thing with malas made of sandalwood, rosewood, and similar species.
I discovered a wood worker's forum about reactions to toxic trees when building furniture. Even the dry dust was dangerous to get on your skin.
I realized that while the beads are mostly covered in some kind of protective varnish, the holes in the beads for the elastic chord are bare, exposing the raw wood to the fibers of the chord that's rubbing bits of wood particles out and onto my skin.
I learned more about the toxicity of rosewood and other trees related to it, often used in the East to make malas. Perhaps indigenous peoples are immune, but westerners are not. The more you come in contact with this wood, the worst your reaction will be every time. I strongly urge everyone to read about the toxicity levels of various species of trees before purchasing malas made from foreign wood.
I can no longer wear these malas for a single day without developing an insanely itchy, burning rash all around my arm.