Tibukkyo Taiwan Derong Collection｜Non-dyed Coconut Shell Bodhi Seeds 14x4mm Tablets｜108 Tablets
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Introduction of coconut shell:
The king of black rosary beads, coconut shell beads, has a long history and is an important representative of fruit beads. Coconut, or "twig", is an evergreen tree that grows in tropical regions. The fruit is called coconut, which can be used to make beads. The source of the coconut husk in essence is the endocarp of the palm plant coconut, and the coconut pedicle is the position where the coconut is connected to the tree. Therefore, the coconut pedicle is more precious than the coconut shell. A coconut has only one pedicle, and a pedicle can only produce 1-2 coconut beads. Coconut shell Buddha beads existed in the Tang and Song Dynasties, and historical data can be found in the Qing Dynasty. They have been loved by Chinese and Tibetan Buddhism since ancient times. In the Qing Dynasty, it was called "wood teeth", "coconut stem" and "man guan" (today man guan mostly refers to wooden beads made from coconut tree trunks),
Coconut stalks and coconut shells will become blacker and brighter after being pulped, and they are sweat-resistant and easy to play. If it is black and bright when you get it, without brown lines and brown eyes, and it looks solid black under the light, it belongs to dyed and oil-simmered coconut stalks and coconut shells.