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Singing Bowl Meditation, 8inch Frosted Bowl Musical Instrument B

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Singing Bowl Meditation, 8inch Frosted Bowl Musical Instrument B

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Product description

Color:green

Feature:
1. Crystal bowl sound vibration frequency is very strong, the function is very wide, can be used to purify the body and obstructed channels.
2. Eliminate physical pain, help people meditate, purify the mind, release pressure, etc. Also suitable for SPA, the elegant appearance can be a decoration for home.
3. The sound is more beautiful than the metal singing bowl, the voice is long and powerful.Crystal singing bowl has a strong frequency and is widely used for healing.
4. It deals with human suffering through the chakras and can help people meditate, purify the mind, release stress and so on.
5. The purest 99.99% quartz crystal. There are 3 different colors available, you can choose by your needs.


Specification:

Condition: 100% Brand New
Item Type: Singing Bowl
Material: Quartz

Characteristics:
1. Made of 99.99% of the purest quartz sand.
Production technology AIO: When the temperature reaches 3000-4000℃, the sand becomes liquid, then made for attacking the crystal corner basin.
The crystal corner bowl is made of 99.99% pure macadam and heating to about 4000℃ in a centrifugal mold.
The size of the bowl does not necessarily determine its pitch, although larger bowls sound like lower octaves and notes.Each bowl was digitally tested to recognize its voice.One will know what the energy center or chakra is.
Some bowls coordinate with others, and when two bowls are grayed out at the same time, the effect is more refined and coordinated.




Package List:
1 x Singing Bowl
1 x Bowl Rod 
1 x Rubber Ring 

Singing Bowl Meditation, 8inch Frosted Bowl Musical Instrument B

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