Huayruro Seeds - also known as Peonia Seed, Crab's Eye, Lady Bug Seed, Ormosia coccinea - have been long used for its spiritual powers to attract good luck. These seeds are originally from the Amazons in South America. According to Learn About Peru,
"The Huayruro plant is native to Peru, and has been an important part of Peruvian culture for centuries. Huayruro seeds are found in pods in the tall trees of the Peruvian rainforest. The red and black seeds are said to bring good fortune and abundance, while warding off negative energy. The mixture of black and red on the seeds is also said to bring balance."
They are worn as jewelry because of the vivid , elegant and very attractive red color with a black spot on each seed. They can be put in jars, pendants, glued to jewelry boxes, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and key chains. This seed is known as the "Lucky Seed" in many cultures because it brings good luck to its owner which is why it is also used by many of my satisfied customers for spiritual purposes.
Other names are: chumico, wayruros, huairuro, peronilla, and Regaliz americano, panacoco, Ormosia coccinea.
In many parts of the world, the Huayruro is used in jewelry to bring good luck to its wearer, such as necklaces, bracelets, rings, and key chains. Others keep them in jars to attract good vibes. These beautiful, elegant and exotic seeds are believed to bring good luck to its owner, and there is no doubt about it! My customers are always 100% pleased with their seeds, and I have gotten good luck in my huayruro business!
Special requests: Some of my happy customers have requested the huayruro sold as a seed instead of just jewelry for spiritual purposes. If you have any special requests, like small/medium/large huayruro seeds, male or female, with or without hole, or larger quantities and lots of seeds, please email me at email@example.com
They come in 3 different sizes, small, medium to large. Below is a comparison image (the large kind are compared with a quarter; the small/baby and medium are compared with a dime).
They are sold as beads for jewelry making or seeds for rituals and decorations.
Note: Some of these "facts" are not scientific facts! Please rely on scientific websites for 100% accurate information. While I have never personally had an issue with the seeds, some people may be allergic to it or to the Huayruro tree. Please take information on this page lightly and mostly for entertainment purposes. This mysterious seed has many secrets.