The Huayruro tree is native to Peru, and has been an important part of Peruvian culture for centuries. The red and black seeds are said to bring good fortune and abundance, while warding off negative energy. The mixture of black and red on the seeds is also said to bring balance.
Locals collect the seeds that fall to the jungle floor, and many keep them in jars in their houses to bring them luck. They also make Huayruro seed bracelets for children to keep them safe from harm. In fact, newborn babies in Peru often receive Huayruro seeds as their first gift, with wishes for a happy and prosperous life.
The amulet vial contains, among many other things, good luck peruvian huayruro seeds, "fool's gold" and magnetic sand gold to attract prosperity, oil for the health, a black tourmaline for protection against negative energie (evil eye and envy), a rue or other plant hand and a magnet, which draws power and success to the owner. Carry or keep in a velvet bag (included).