Abrus Seeds - Abrus precatorius

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Abrus Seeds

You get a tiny bottle of 7 whole seeds. These are best used in lucky amulets, but use them in a bag or a bottle. 

Traditionally used to make jewellery such as bracelets for ages, abrus seeds recently became trendy and worn by Western women, who wore them constantly, even while sweating and showering, which caused toxins from the beads to enter through their pores and make them ill. We should note that we believe no jewellery should be worn day in, day out - both to take care of yourself and your jewellery, but we still advise that you don't wear these seeds next to your skin. Contain them in something else.

Other names (via Wiki): abrus seeds, jequirity, crab's eye, or crab's eye creeper, cock's eyes, rosary pea, paternoster pea, love pea, precatory pea or bean, prayer bead, John Crow Bead, coral bead, red-bead vine, country licorice, Indian licorice, wild licorice, Jamaica wild licorice, akar saga, coondrimany, gidee gidee, jumbie bead, ratti, rettee, retty, or weather plant is a slender, perennial climber that twines around trees, shrubs, and hedges.

* Arabic: عين العفريت‎
* Badaga: gulugunji[2]
* Assamese: Latumoni:(লাটুমণি)
* Bengali: Kunch: Koonch
* Gujarati: Gumchi: Chanothi (ચણોઠી)
* Hebrew: Avrus‎(אברוס)
* Hindi : Ratti, Gaungchi, Gunchi, Gunja (गुंजा)
* Kannada: Gulaganji(ಗುಲಗಂಜಿ)
* Kashmiri: Shangir
* Kreyòl ayisyen : Grenn Legliz, Lyann Legliz
* Indonesian: Saga rambat
* Malayalam: Kunni; Kunnikkuru കുന്നിക്കുരു
* Marathi: Gunj (गुंज)
* Nepali: Ratigedi (रातिगेडी)
* Odia: Kaincha (କାଇଁଚ)
* Persian: Gunchi‎; Chashami-Khurosa
* Punjabi : Mulati, Ratak, Labrigunchi
* Rajasthani : Chirmi
* Sanskrit: Gunja (गुंजा)
* Sinhalese: Olinda
* Swahili: Mtipitipi, Mturituri
* Tamil: Gundumani, Kundumani (குந்து மணி)
* Tagalog: Saga, Saga-saga, Saganamin
* Telugu: Gurivinda or Guriginja (గురివింద లెదా గురిగింజ)
* Yoruba: Ewe Omisinmisin or Ewe Ewerejeje
* Urdu: گنج‎
* Luo: Ombulu
* Zulu: Umkhokha
* Shangaan: Nsimani
* Ndebele: Amabope
* Afrikaans: Gifboon