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Special Types of Aromatherapy Candles

Do you or someone in your home burns candles? When asked. "Why do you burn candles in your homes?" You might have one or more reasons for burning candles your home.

Some might say it is all about the scent. The fragrance from the candles set off a very welcoming aroma that fills your space for that moment in time. Scented candles creates a feel of warmth and a sense of calmness as it fulfill a relaxing atmosphere.

Other might say they are in need of a romantic surrounding. Just might light a candle for the perfect romantic dinner. Maybe an inviting path of rose petals leaving to a deeper romance. The intensity of the romantic thought is sure to emerge the whole you with love and laughter. Is that what we like, our life be filled with love and laughter?

While other might like the idea of using candle as a  home decor. There are a wide range of unique candles and if you take a look of  brilliant colors, shapes, sizes it no wonder why they make a masterpiece in any room. The amazing work of the human hands so defined.

Whatever your reason might be candle burning are sure to create a soothing mood and relaxing atmosphere.

Even so some candles are taking it all to new level.  I just learn about a new line of aromatherapy candles.  The candles are fairly new to me.  These candles are melt tea glow candles made with a 100% natural soy wax, organic shea butter and coconut oil, along with wellness-enhancing teas. The ingredients in the candles melts into a lotion that can be use to sooth your body. While hwoodbeauty is offering these candles.
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Key Terms

decoction- a healing remedy that is made by boiling roots, stems and bark of a herb.

infusion- herbal remedy made by boiling the leaves, flowers, or petals of the herb in empty teabags or a clean cloth.

tincture-homemade remedy made with herbs and 100 proof vodka.


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