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Post by Guest on Thu May 30, 2013 2:58 am

I read something the other day about Beewax candles made locally had a good affect on allergies. It said to burn them next to your bedside (blow them out when before you fall asleep). It works somewhat like locally grown honey. Can anyone on here tell me anymore about that?

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Post by Sonshine on Thu May 30, 2013 3:26 am

I had not heard that, but it's worth checking into. My family deals with seasonal allergies, so I'm always looking for ways to help.

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Post by Sonshine on Thu May 30, 2013 3:29 am

I found this at: http://empoweredsustenance.com/beeswax-candles-and-allergies-an-effective-solution/

Beeswax candles, on the other hand, actually clean the air when they burn. Beeswax releases negative ions when it burns. Pollen, dust, dirt, pollutants, and any other junk in the air all carry a positive charge, and that is how they can be suspended in the air. The negative ions released from burning beeswax negate the positive charge of air contaminants, and the neutralized ions are sucked back into the burning candle or fall to the ground. Many air purifiers and water filters harness this effective negative ion technology.

Beeswax candles effectively reduce asthma, allergies, and hay fever by drawing pollutants out of the air. One of the most rewarding parts of my candle pouring job was listening to customers tell me miraculous stories of how the beeswax candles changed their quality of life. The most common thing I heard was, “these are the only candles I can burn,” or “these are the only candles my husband will let me burn,” since the beeswax didn’t release irritating toxins and fragrances. Here are two of the most memorable stories.

I'm definitely going to do more research on this. Sounds promising. Thanks for bringing it up.

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