Originally, the Malas were used in Buddhism as an aid in reciting mantras, as each of the 108 beads embodies one of the teachings of Buddha. Today, malas are often used as jewelry, symbols of Buddha's peaceful teachings and to support focusing, e.g. during a yoga session.
Our malas are carefully knotted by hand and are made in such a way that they can also be worn several times around the wrist and worn as a bracelet.
The gemstone malas are available in the most popular gemstones amethyst, rock crystal, rose quartz and black tourmaline, gemstones that match the seven chakras and also in several beautiful combinations of two or three minerals, carefully selected to support a special topic.