Lucky buckeyes from the Horse Chestnut tree are traditionally used worldwide to attract good luck and good fortunes - here in the UK they are called conkers.
These particular ones were harvested from a local graveyard in 2016, but no grave sites were disturbed or disrespected during collection, and appropriate offerings were given before and after.
For information: Atherton graveyard has been in use since 1857 and has now derelict Church of England and non-conformist chapels on site, and has some of the most ornate headstones seen in the area.
These buckeyes are an ideal size for putting into gris gris or mojo hands, or pop them into your purse or wallet to attract the good money luck.
Increase their power by anointing with a money drawing oil - such as my Money Maker blend - once or twice a month.
Each purchase is for ONE buckeye measuring approx 2.75cm long.