Beeswax

  1. Life Hack- How to Make Natural Deodorant

    Life Hack- How to Make Natural Deodorant

    Antiperspirant types of deodorants, especially those containing chemicals such as aluminum are not recommended by holistic health practitioners because the body has processes it uses to detoxify itself. When you place toxic chemicals into your sweat glands, your body cannot fully rid itself of toxins.

     

    You can make your own natural deodorant with the following recipes:

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  2. The Basics of Beeswax - What is it? How to Use it to benefit your life!

    The Basics of Beeswax - What is it? How to Use it to benefit your life!

    The Basics of Beeswax

    Beeswax is a substance produced by worker bees, which is secreted by glands on the bee’s abdomen. It is naturally a yellow-brownish color, but can also be purified to different shades of yellow or even white. Beeswax has been used since ancient times for its amazing benefits. Ancient Egyptians and Roman cultures used b

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  3. Funny Folk Remedies

    Funny Folk Remedies

    Funny Folk Remedies

     

    Natural remedies have been around since the dawn of time itself. Many cultures have used herbal tinctures, medicinal mushrooms and even utilitising the elements to promote healing and wellness. In Mary Tylor's most recent podcast episode, our staff discussed some hilarious folk remedies.

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  4. Mind your Beeswax! Great DIY Crafts you can Make with Beeswax

    Mind your Beeswax! Great DIY Crafts you can Make with Beeswax

    Mind your Beeswax! Great DIY Crafts you can Make with Beeswax

    Beeswax is a great natural Base for homemade products.  It is a wonderful component to add to your life if you are a DIY enthusiast. Natural products such as candles, chapsticks, makeup and lotions can be made without the use of chemicals and toxins.

     

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  5. What is the difference between white and yellow beeswax?

    What is the difference between white and yellow beeswax?

    Beeswax is a substance produced by worker bees, which is secreted by glands on the bee’s abdomen. It is naturally a yellow-brownish color, but can also be purified to different shades of yellow or even white.

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  6. 5 Great Recipes with Chemical Free Beeswax - DIY Candles, Neosporin, Lip Balm, & Sunscreen

    5 Great Recipes with Chemical Free Beeswax - DIY Candles, Neosporin, Lip Balm, & Sunscreen

    DIY Candles, Neosporin, Lip Balm, & Sunscreen with Beeswax - Better Ingredients for a Better Life!  - Mary Tylor Naturals

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  7. Natural Secrets for a Successful Thanksgiving

    Natural Secrets for a Successful Thanksgiving

    Natural Secrets for a Successful Thanksgiving

    When the leaves are turning colors and the air is getting chilly, that means that the holiday season is rapidly approaching. Among the joys of the autumn time of year, Thanksgiving is probably one of the most enjoyable parts.  Below is a list of natural secrets

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  8. The 411 on Beeswax: What you need to know

    The 411 on Beeswax: What you need to know

    The 411 on Beeswax

    What is it?

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  9. Candles: Comforting or Cancerous?

    Candles: Comforting or Cancerous?

    Candles: Comforting or Cancer Causing?

    Candles are a staple of relaxing comfort in most American homes, but most people would be alarmed to discover that candles can be toxic and harmful to their health. Candles can contain chemicals

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  10. How to Make Your own Cheese Wax

    organic beeswax pellets by mary tylor naturals llcMeasurement conversions for beeswax

    1 Tablespoon   =  ½ ounce  

    2 Tablespoons =  1 ounce

    ¼ c  (4 Tblsp)  =

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