A friend of mine from Spain gave me this link, knowing I'm from Peruhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2131768/Jo-Wollacott-toxic-bracelet-Woman-sectioned-hallucinations-caused-jewellery.html
For those who do not understand English too well, here is another link in Spanish (not the translation of the first link though) http://www.cookingideas.es/la-maldicion-de-la-abrina-o-como-perder-la-cabeza-por-una-pulsera-de-ebay-20120423.html
The one thing that confuses me a bit is that the Toxin called "Abrin" comes from the Jequirity bean, also known as the "abrus precatorius" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abrus_precatorius
while the Huayruro species is "Ormosia Coccinea" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ormosia_coccinea
The Wikipedia definition for Huayruro clearly states that Huayruros seeds are poisonous if eaten, and it is mentioned the bracelet came from Peru so I would say these two beans are very similar and have the same effects.
So for those people who love the Huayruros because of its vivid colors you are warned. Buy the ones that are filled inside a resin but not bracelets or collars. I know huayruros are sold everywhere and nobody has died from them, maybe this lady was just allergic to abrin, but at least you DO KNOW something new regarding our Peruvian craft works.