Bees hard work

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    Beeswax is rare and expensive. Beeswax costs about 10 times more than paraffin. It is estimated that the bees must fly 150,000 miles to collect enough nectar to produce six pounds of honey just to secrete one pound … Continued

Beeswax Candles vs Paraffin Candles

Do you have a paraffin candle at home? You must read this… 1  🙄 Originate from a renewable fuel – beeswax. Originate from a non-renewable resource – petroleum.   2  👿 Created by the bees, 100% natural, entirely chemical-free. Oldest … Continued

The Big Problem With Scented Candles

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  Scented candles are one of the easiest and most effective ways to mask unpleasant odors in your home. They’re a go-to when creating a relaxing ambiance to unwind after a long work day or while taking a warm bubble … Continued

Beeswax candles purify the air

100% natural beeswax candles are well-known as a perfect natural air purifier and can greatly reduce the amount of dust particles and other allergens in your home. Burning 100% pure beeswax candles will improve the air quality of your home … Continued

About the colour of beeswax candles: why can it vary so much?

Beeswax varies a great deal in color. Natural beeswax can range from creamy white to bright yellow, orange, pink and even dark brown. This is due in part to: The type of flowers the bees have been foraging on. The … Continued


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Feeding honey to dogs is nothing new. Juliette de Bairacli Levy, whose Natural Rearing philosophy has offered alternatives to conventional treatment for over 60 years (see “A History of Holistic Dog Care,” Whole Dog Journal July 2006), recommends honey in … Continued


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World Water Day is an international observance and an opportunity to learn more about water related issues, be inspired to tell others and take action to make a difference. World Water Day dates back to the 1992 United Nations Conference … Continued