Packaged in an all natural jute-hemp carrying pouch
Tagua Beads: Tagua is a nut that grows on palm trees in the Amazon Rainforest, and is commonly referred to as "eco-ivory," as it has the same look and feel as elephant ivory but is actively combatting the devastating ivory trade. Skilled artisans process the nuts into beads by hand, and use all-natural vegetable dyes to color them.
Chambira Thread: The other super eco-friendly material used, making OMA bracelets one of the only brands out there that does not use nylon (plastic) string. The fibers are skillfully removed from the leaves of the chambira palm, where they are then treated by boiling and drying in the sun, dyed using all-natural vegetable dyes, and then woven by hand.