Rudraksha‎ ‎ ‎(organic jewellery)


Rudraksha Trunk and Buttress roots

Elaeocarpus Ganitrus

Known worldwide as:


Grow across south asia, but in the foothills of the Himalayas,
the climate is favoured
Among Rudraksha trees, the ones in Nepal,
especially from Dingla region, are the most valued.
decidedly preferred to Rudraksha grown in tropical climates.
There is a large conterfit problem; knowing provenience is crucial.
Rudraksha is a 60 foot, broad-leaved evergreen tree,
with buttress roots.
The fruit is blue So, it is also known as blueberry beads.
The blue colour is not derived from pigment, but it is structural.
(Like a butterfly)
Peeling away the blue pulp reveals the endocarp (seed case)
which amazingly, has a natural stringing hole

(organic jewellery)

  • Walk the Talk - Wear Nature

    Grounding Activewear,

    teaching us the skill of presence.

    These seeds are alive,


    and personal;

    individual just to you

    - Bless You -

    Seed - Why 
  • Boudhanath - Kathmandu Nepal

    Birthplace of Buddha ,
    tiny, tolerant, welcoming and companionate,
    tucked in the Himalayas ,
    between the rivalling big sisters:
    China & India

    Qerebu is handmade, by Tibetan Buddhists,
    overlooking the stupa ring at Boudhanath,
    then Puga cleansed by Monks.
    A tradition from the dawn of Buddhism.

    Brought to you Dogma free,
    As well, ethically & spiritually clean

    - Thank you for your support -

    Seed - Where 
  • Original Art

    Each seed ring is natural, unique, original art,
    and is traded as such:
    individually numbered.
    The one you choose,
    is the one you get.

    Living Semi-Precious Gems

    Rare or unique seeds
    are valued
    similarly as semi-precious stones,
    fetching prices into multiple tens of thousands per seed

    Living gemstones
    that fell from a tree, with a natural hole for stringingThe original rosary of every religion

    -Go Nature -

    Seed - What