Khun Paen Thep Ranjuan – Luang Phor Dam, Santitham Temple Sa Kaeo
A very powerful Khun Paen created with Khmer black magic
Lin Tong spirit powder – For attractiveness, fortune, charm and popularity. The Mahaphut Lintong sacred powder alone would have been sufficient to create a great amulet but Luang Pho Dam liked to exceed worshipers expectations by ensuring that his amulets were as powerful as possible.
Phan Yan Phan Katha powder – Extremely powerful for luck and wealth. Luang Pho Dam took his time to create this sacred yantra powder with one thousand spells
Nappi oil 7 – Ghost oil from seven spirits. Consecrated for a long time, 49 days, 7 Saturdays, 7 Tuesdays, with emphasis on charm
Prai Tani Kuman powder –Luang Pho Dam creates this from the banana blossoms of Tani cut and stewed. Aromatic oil mixed with other 7 different types of aloe vera, hung in the cemetery for 7 consecutive days at midnight. The simmering oil, is consecrated with the Techoksin chant until it breaks into bubbles. It is left continually simmering until only the dregs are left and the ceremony concluded. The medicinal residue is called Kumar Praitani powder. known to be an outstanding addition for mercy and great popularity
Phaya Kai Kaew oil – Made from chicken eggs that did not reach the ground of a young mother, amounting to 108 eggs, mixed with Wan Kai Dum, Wan Kai Khan, Wan Kai Dang, Wan Kai Chae, Kai Kook wood powder, and 7 other secret formulas of Sappaya. These are all brought to stew with Techoksin (Telepathic focus to heat without igniting) until it boils. with holy incantation. Most importantly incantations must continue until the rooster crows alternately. The sacred oil must then be consecrated for another 77 days, 11 Saturdays, 11 Tuesdays. This type of chicken glass oil is known to be exceptionally powerful for charm
Elephant oil mixed with Khong – Extremely rare and very seldom used due to the difficulty in obtaining it. Personally collected by Luang Phor Dam from villagers in Cambodia who raised elephants as a profession. This oil is used to make Khun Paen and Guman Tong amulets in particular. One drop of this oil is sufficient to ensure the worshiper will be loved by all humans and animals.
Black gold – Khmer and Thai men hold the same belief that black gold from the size of 1 match head upwards will be sufficient to offer protection from the power of black magic
Kaew Pathamarat – colored gems with characteristics noted in the textbook of Phra Ruesi Ongkot (a hermit who is a master in the field of magical crystals) Father Dam gave particular importance to gems known as Kaew Pattamaraj as they are believed to have superior levels of paranormal power.