Rudraksha mala - excellent quality, tied in traditional style with knots between the balls. Rudraksha edges are believed to have many healing properties. Rudraksha mala helps open the heart chakra. It is good for meditation and protection. Legend has it that Shiva woke up after a thousand years of meditation and started to cry when he looked at the world. His tears crystallized into seeds and from them grew the first Rudraksha tree. How to use and care for Rudraksha Mala. It is recommended to put the edge on for the first time (like a necklace) on Monday. It would be best to take it to the Shiva temple first thing in the morning on Monday and consecrate it and immediately after that put it on your neck. If this is not possible, then just put it on yourself for the first time on Monday. When going to bed, remove the edge and put it on the home altar. When you travel, you should go to bed with the whole edge. In the morning after ablution, hold the mala in your right hand and recite the respective mantra 108 times. Do not wear the edge during menstruation. Also, don't wear them during mourning. Rudraksha edge is very durable. If properly cared for, it can last for eight generations. The edge can be washed in warm soapy water and left to dry naturally. It is not recommended to soak it for a long time. Rudraksha balls can range in size from 3 to 40 mm.
The size of the balls has nothing to do with the edge effect. For these edges, the diameter of the balls is about 5 mm. Number 108+1 ball.
Attention! The bouquet is white.