The Red Lucky Seeds or Seeds of The Precious Saga Tree (Adenanthera Pavonina) for Your Handmade Jewelry.
These amazing Red Lucky Seeds fall in Mamak Kurniawan’s backyard. It’s was collected and choosen the most beautiful ones for jewellery. All seeds are handpicked and pre washed by Mamak Kurniawan so it’s ready to be drilled for jewelry or craft making. This Red Lucky Seeds no longer water resistant after you drill it.
It takes about 1 hours to get 1000 seeds, but only charged US$47.47 per 5 Kilo’s, aprox. 17500 seeds (not drilled). These seeds are vibrant, fresh and full of Mana (Power in Hawaiian). Thank you so much for supporting Indonesian seller like Mamak Kurniawan! If this Red Lucky Seeds calls to you, every minute collecting and sorting this Red Lucky Seeds is a joy for Mamak Kurniawan.
This offer for extra large package, each package is 5 Kilo’s that contain aprox. 17500 seeds not drilled. If you need more or need more cheap price, please choose the bigger packages that already listed to save your money.
Small package, each package contain 100 seeds, the price is US$4.74 per pack.
Medium package, each package contain 500 seeds, the price is US$12.47 per pack.
Large package, each package is 1 Kilo’s that contain approx. 3500 seeds, the price is US$24.74 per pack.
Extra Large package, each package is 5 Kilo’s that contain approx. 17500 seeds, the price is US$47.47 per pack.
The Red Lucky Seeds have a rich history and can be found all over the world. They come from the Precious Saga Tree (Adenanthera Pavonina). In Jamaica, the locals making necklaces with this Red Lucky Seeds. The locals picking this seeds right off the shrubs. The locals said that this seeds is coffee beans with the red skin still on. The red skin is called Cascara, which can be used for tea. The whole seeds with skins are Coffee Cherries. Coffee Cherries or Red Lucky Seeds is common name in Jamaica.
Actually, the Adenanthera Pavonina Seeds has a number of other common names, Seeds of Adenanthera Gersenii Scheff., Adenanthera Polita Miq., Arbre À Église, Acacia Coral, Anikundumani, Bandi Guruvenda, Barbados Pride, Barricarri, Bead Tree, Corallaria Parvifolia Rumph, Coral Pea, Corail Végétale, Circassian Bean, Coral Wood Seeds, Seeds of Coralitos, Curly Bean, Deleite, Delicia, Dilmawi, False Wili Wili, Graine-Réglisse, Haihongdou, Hua ‘Ula ‘Ula, Jumbi-Bead, Kongquedou, Kunchandana, Laihere, L’Église, Lera, Lopa, Ma Klam Ton, Madatiya, Maklam-Tah-Chang, Manchadi, Manjadi, Manjetti, Seeds of Peacock Flower Fence, Peronías, Peonía, Peonía Extranjera, Red Bead Tree, Red Sandalwood Seeds, Seeds of Red Sandalwood Tree, Réglisse, Saga Tree Seeds, Red Lucky Seeds and Indonesian called as Saga Tungteng and Sogok Telik.
The Adenanthera Pavonina is a large fast growing timber tree that can be found growing wild in India and it can grow up to 20+ meters tall. It has been widely introduced in warm temperament regions. It’s well known for it’s many uses and it’s ability to fix Nitrogen and thus help rejuvenate soils.
Overall a beautiful perennial, deciduous tree of the legume family (Fabaceae). After the leaf-fall, flowers appear on long stalks (8-12cm) from the ends of the new shoots. These are faintly scented like orange blossoms. The petals are cream-yellow turning dull orange. The pods are long (15-20cm), curved and green, but don’t coil until they begin to split whereupon they also turn blackish. Bright red seeds will litter the ground and children are often attracted to them. These attractive seeds have been used as beads in jewellery, leis and rosaries. They were also used in ancient India for weighing gold. The seeds are curiously similar in weight. Four seeds make up about one gram. The ground seeds are used to treat boils and inflammation, as well as an industrial lubricant oil.
As a food source the young leaves can be cooked and eaten. They are also used to supplement animal fodder or mulched to fertilize crops. The raw seeds are toxic and may cause intoxication, however they are roasted and boiled in many cultures to be served with different dishes. It’s said they taste like soy beans, are rich in oil and proteins and can easily be digested by both humans and livestock.
Other medicinal uses include a red powder made from the wood is used as an antiseptic paste and the leaves are used to treat gout and rheumatism. The bark is used to wash hair.
The hard, reddish wood is used to make cabinets, boats and furniture often in place of true sandalwood. With exposure to light, the wood slowly turns purplish-red. It is also valued as firewood as it burns well. The tree resprouts new branches easily and so is not damaged by harvesting for firewood. A red dye is obtained from the wood and used by the Brahmins to make religious markings on their foreheads.
It’s all about briding the gap from earth to sky, root to crown, outer layers to inner and meeting yourself with love at every moment. It’s full of soulful stones that inspire connection and personal growth, that evoke the memories of a long walk in the woods, that are a reflection of your own character and beauty. It’s for you, on your own journey of soul searching.