MyLocalWholesaler.com, Online Directory of American Wholesalers and American Manufacturers, Adds Beeswax Candles to its Directory Service

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MyLocalWholesaler.com, the premium online directory of American Wholesalers and American Manufacturers, is proud to announce the addition of beeswax candles to its directory service.

Hand Poured Beeswax Pillar Candles - Mohawk Valley Trading Company

Hand Poured Beeswax Pillar Candles - Mohawk Valley Trading Company

MyLocalWholesaler.com helps us connect with beeswax candle buyers around the world - Mary Ross, Mohawk Valley Trading Company

MyLocalWholesaler.com, the premium online directory of American Wholesalers and American Manufacturers, is proud to announce the addition of beeswax candles to its directory service.

Although beeswax candle makers from around the world can be found on MyLocalWholesaler.com, it is the website’s number one goal to promote and support American Beeswax Candle Makers and American Beeswax Candles Distributors.

“Our beeswax candles are made with 100% cotton wicks and hand poured, all natural, unbleached, yellow beeswax produced by our bees in their hives in the USA,” said Mary Ross of the Mohawk Valley Trading Company where they specialize in beeswax candles and raw honey. "MyLocalWholesaler.com helps us connect with beeswax candle buyers around the world.”

There are many benefits to choosing beeswax over paraffin candles. Beeswax candles burn clean; unlike paraffin, they do not contain any additives or synthetic chemicals. Cheap paraffin candles leave behind black soot from smoke as they are burned. The soot can damage furniture and irritate sensitive people. When burned correctly with a trimmed wick and in a draft free zone, beeswax candles are smokeless, soot free and dripless. When burned, they emit negative ions, thought by some to clean the air and prevent problems with asthma and depression.

The higher cost of beeswax candles can be off-putting, but a much longer burn time makes them a more economical choice than paraffin. Beeswax candles also burn brighter. They are often available without any added chemical scents or colors. This makes them ideal for people with chemical sensitivities or allergies. Beeswax itself has a subtly honey or floral scent even when it is not burning.

Beeswax is literally created by honeybees from honey which is made from flower nectar. High quality beeswax candles are made from the melted and filtered caps that seal the honeycomb and the honeycomb itself. The wax is produced by worker bees from glands on the ventral side of the abdomen. It is clear when produced but stained yellow from contact with pollen and honey. Honeybees consume 6-8 pounds of honey to produce one pound of beeswax.

Honey bees make honey by collecting nectar from flowers and regurgitating it into beeswax honeycombs inside their hive. Beeswax is a natural wax produced in the hive of honey bees of the genus Apis, and one of its most popular uses is as beeswax candles and as an ingredient in natural skin care products.

Honey has been used by humans since ancient times for its health benefits and as a sweetener and flavoring for many foods and beverages with tea being the most popular. Next to maple syrup, it is the most popular natural sweetener in North America.

The flavor and color of honey is determined by the type of flower the bees gather the nectar from, there for when cooking or baking with honey it is a good idea to taste the honey before using it in a recipe. For example, a dark honey like tulip poplar-black locust honey will result in a strong, heavy, a pungent flavor, whereas orange blossom honey will result in a delicate orange flavor. Dark colored honey is considered to be higher in minerals and antioxidants than light colored honey, and one of the most well known dark colored honeys is buckwheat honey. Raw buckwheat honey contains a higher amount of minerals and an antioxidant called polyphenol, which gives it its dark color. The health benefits of buckwheat honey are many and well known.

If you are planning to buy honey for its health-benefits, it must be raw honey. Heating honey (pasteurization) destroys all of the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, minerals, and aromatics. Honey that has been heated and filtered is called commercial, regular or liquid honey. The rawest honey available is comb honey which is sections of the hexagonal-shaped beeswax cells of the honeycomb that contain raw honey that have been cut from the wooden frames of a beehive.

Using raw honey is a long-term investment strategy for optimal health and personal care. The dividends are overall mental, physical and spiritual well being. Like a blue chip stock, raw honey should be included in any health conscious consumer’s immune system boosting portfolio and the return on investment of substituting honey for refined sugar in the human diet is incalculable.

Another product made by honey bees and used by humans is bee propolis. Propolis is a resinous substance that honey bees collect from tree buds and bark, or other botanical sources, and is mixed with beeswax, nectar and pollen. This mixture is used by bees to seal gaps in the hive, by humans for its health benefits and as a traditional, natural or homeopathic medicine.

MyLocalWholesaler.com is not only an online directory but a community of wholesale buyers, sellers, liquidators, jobbers, drop shippers and distributors from around the world. MyLocalWholesaler.com provides information on wholesalers of almost everything from general merchandise to; appliances, handbags, luggage, maple syrup, apparel and accessories, t-shirts, toys, house wares, embroidery, collectibles, candles, electronics, honey, arts & art supplies, shoes & footwear and more.

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