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The GGG, Premium Cultivated Agarwood 108 mala 6mm 8g

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The single most asked question about agarwood beads

You probably asked this question too because it was once in your mind: "is it possible to make cultivated mala with the quality similar to the wild?" 

Before answering you that question, let's find out what the wild one looks like

 

The challenges

Simple fact:

  • Wild agarwood is obtained from the hunter
  • If the quality is "sinking" good, the price is high
  • The bigger the wood piece, the higher the price. Let's use tuna as an example here, the bigger the fish, the higher the price. If a tuna weighed 350 kg, its price would be higher than the combined weight of 350kg from multiple smaller tunas. Same with agarwood, the price of the combined weight from the smaller piece will be less than one single wood piece with the same weight

In short, the larger the wood piece, the higher the price, Just like a diamond, you want a larger piece, not multiple small ones

it is extremely hard to find any Wild agarwood mala with the size of 6mm  that sinks because people (buyers and sellers) who want to collect often want to obtain a bigger size than 6mm.  The labor cost of making 8mm and 6mm is similar but the material wastage from 6mm is much larger than 8mm

 

But I want smaller size because....

my wrist is smaller, larger mala is either too loose or too tight on my wrist. I also want a darker tone, a darker colour, and I love the environment,  I only want something that does not cost the earth with excellent quality. Do you have something like that?

 

Imagine your wish has come true, top of the game quality beads, smaller size that fit your wrist with subtle agarwood smells, without costing the earth.

Visualize put this mala on your wrist, and received some compliments from your friends, you may even get asked if this mala is wild :). You can even show your friends the resinous pattern, the beautiful grains. The story behind how agarwood was formed.

How does it make you feel?

So what is the GGG? 

The name originates from good Karma 

  • Have Good Thoughts
  • Say Good Things
  • Do Good Deeds for other

And Everything will come back (to you)

So by having this mala on your wrist, you are more likely to practice good Karma and good things will come back to you.

.... I want more information about this agarwood 108 mala:

Homegrown cultivated agarwood beads, premium quality, handcrafted made with care

Sweet Woody Smell

Dimensions:6mm

Weight: average 8.5g

Total Beads: 114 beads

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    Thank you Liliane for customised this, I wrapped this agarwood bracelet around my wrist 3 times instead of using it as a necklace. Smell great too

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      Julie C.
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      use as bracelet

      Thank you Liliane for customised this, I wrapped this agarwood bracelet around my wrist 3 times instead of using it as a necklace. Smell great too

      Julie C. verified customer review of The GGG, Premium Cultivated Agarwood 108 mala 6mm 8g

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