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Happy Communion Elixirs for Life Candle

Elixirs for Life

Happy Communion Elixirs for Life Candle


“I work with different people all day long, and with this candle I feel like all of their ‘stuff’ is like water off a duck’s back. I’m just way less affected by it all!”

Did you know that some people can drain your energy? It can happen, and it’s no fun. This candle blend sends the spiritual message, “No more free fill-ups. The gas-station is closed”. The essence of orris root, nutmeg, and eucalyptus are blended to help protect your energy field and boundaries from anyone that tries to drain you. Yay!

Non-GMO, organic soy wax, wood wick 
Pure essential oils of tobacco blossom and frankincense 
100% natural plant-based fragrance oils

Directions and points to be aware of 
Points to be aware of—wood wicks 
All of the Elixirs for Life candles are made with natural wood wicks—mostly because Kandis loves the way they crackle. But she also use wood wicks because the energy of the botanicals is best supported by a natural wood flame. Because the wood is a natural product, there are variations in the way they behave, and occasionally some can be tricky to light. We suggest lighting your candle with a lighter rather than matches, simply because you can hold the flame to the wick for a longer period of time until the flame catches the wood. Caring for a wood wick takes a little bit more care than a cloth wick, but not so much as a bonsai tree. It’s important to carefully trim the wick, once it is completely cooled, so that about 1/4 of an inch is exposed. If there is too much wick exposed, it can create a large flame with lots of soot. If there is not enough wick exposed then the candle can be difficult to light. Points to be aware of—candle safety 
Some of this may seem obvious but, we can all use a friendly reminder from time to time! Keep candles out of reach of children and pets. If you have a pet octopus, or many children this may be difficult :) Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep wood wick trimmed to 1/4” and centred to prevent a large flame. For more information on candle safety click here