- The pride of all Nepalese lies in the khukuri (a.k.a. kukri). Nepal achieved its victory against the British in 1815, resulting in the Sugauli Treaty, not with modern weapons but by fighting with the khukuris (curved knives). Tucking the khukuris into the waistband of their trousers, Nepalese or brave Gorkhalis (a.k.a. Gurkhas) challenged the modern weapons of Britain. Now the khukuri is the national weapon of Nepal. After the recruitment of people as Gorkhalis (soldiers of Gorkha), the khukuri became even better known as it became part of their uniform. As a weapon, it evoked fear in the enemy.
- White metal isn’t as powerful as gemstones when it comes to direct healing, but it’s considered to be the most powerful conductor and amplifier. One of the great things about white metal is the fact that it works with all crystals, gemstones, and other metals such as copper…and actually boosts their natural abilities. This means it’s excellent to use with jewelry- which is great because healing is best when close to the skin.
- Composed of Copper and Zinc, Brass has metaphysical healing properties to boost the immune system and to give courage. Repeated wearing of Brass jewelry pieces will cause them to take on your own body chemistry revealing your personal energy signature.