Natural Organic Ingredients: The hopi candles ear wax remover are handmade with 100% pure natural beeswax and premium cotton.No harmful chemicals in full compliance with environmental requirements.
Relax amp; Reduce Stress: This Natural beeswax ear candles can relieves tinnitus, ear itching, headaches and ear blockage,and also can improve your sleep quality, relax your body and mind.
8 Colosrs amp; Fragrances :Each different color of this beeswax ear candle has a fragranceï¼such as white refreshing peppermint , orange sweet citrus , green healthy green tea, purple calming lavender , pink red romantic rose , yellow relaxing bergarmot , blue warm rosemary , brown soothing sandalwood .You will feel calming warmth and relax when you smell the fragrance from the burning of the natural beeswax candling.
Safe to Useï¼ There is a safety warning line marked on surface of the ear candle to remind you that you need to remove the beeswax candling cones where burning to this position.More importantly,the safety filter within the natural ear candles and the large disk prevents any burned residues from falling into the ear to avoid ear injury.Very simple and safe to use.
Friendly Remindersï¼Beeswax burns more evenly and does not release a lot of smoke and toxins like paraffin wax.In addition, residues will be produced after burning, so not all residues are earwax! Don't take this the wrong way.
SAFETY WARNINGï¼ 1.Please check if the tips on natural organic beeswax ear candle is loose before use.Do not use if it is loose,and contact us to 100% get satisfactory customer service in time. 2.Do not pull out the tips on ear candles before use to avoid falling into the ear when using it.Never use it If you have already pulled it out. 3.Be sure to use it in a well ventilated area and adult supervision is required at all time. 4.Ear wax is not suitable for pregnant women, ear diseases, purulent period, fungal infection, perforation of the tympanic membrane and so on.
The Effects of Aromatherapy Ear Candlesï¼ 1.Effectively and safely alleviate ear blockage. 2.Help enhance resistance to infection. 3.Keep your ears fresh, relax your nerves and improve your sleep quality. 4.Enhance hearing and taste. 5.Relieves dizziness and headache symptoms. 6.Relieve symptoms such as tinnitus and ear itching.
How To Use? 1.Prepare a pair of ear candles, a towel, a lighter, and a glass of water in advance. 2.Lie on your side on the pillow and gently massage your ears to relax your nervous system. 3. Light the large end of the ear candle and gently insert the small end into the ear, keeping it in a vertical position.Do not force into ear. 4. When the flames reached the cordon, remove the candle from your ear and extinguish in water . DO NOT BLOW OUT.
An apiarist is “one who keeps bees, specifically one who cares for and raises bees for commercial or agricultural purposes. Also called a beekeeper“.
Beekeeping, so much more than honey
Beekeeping involves a fascinating mix of animal husbandry, observation, patience, weather forecasting, woodwork and – if all goes well – extraction, bottling and consumption of delicious honey. As a hobby it requires a modest initial financial investment, a willingness to learn – and to keep on learning – and an appreciation of the annual cycle of the seasons.
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I keep bees in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland … not for agricultural or commercial purposes (though I do sell some bees, queens and honey), but because beekeeping is an engrossing hobby that allows me to work outdoors, to be just a little bit self-sufficient, to indulge my interest in photography and to spend long hours making things from bits of wood during the winter. I’m particularly interested in improving the quality of my bees by queen rearing from my best stock. Other beekeepers get passionate about pollen identification, honeybee anatomy or wax production … so explaining “Beekeeping, so much more than honey“.
I’m fortunate enough to have a day job that involves working with honeybees and so allows me to mix business with pleasure. I regularly talk at beekeeping conferences or association meetings on the viruses of honeybees. My research group studies the biology of deformed wing virus, the major viral pathogen of honeybees, and ways in which the virus – or the Varroa-mite that transmit the viruses – could be controlled.
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I also give talks about practical beekeeping, in particular on queen rearing (and have run queen-rearing practical classes) and DIY for beekeepers, the latter covering things you can make more cheaply less expensively than supplied by the major commercial suppliers, that work better than available commercially or that may not even be available to buy. For further details please drop me an email via the contact page.
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