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Beeswax versus Paraffin

(Reprinted from an article written by Bill Reno, entomologist & writer based in Toronto)

As described above, burning beeswax produces negative ions that circulate in the room and attract pollutants, thus actually cleaning the air.

You can burn beeswax in an unventilated room without fear of pollution. In fact, many people report that burning a candle in the bedroom for 30 minutes or so before falling asleep produces a more restful sleep.

Paraffin, on the other hand, is a petroleum waste product, made from the sludge left over from the gasoline and petrochemical refining process. Paraffin produces no negative ions and so adds to the pollutants in your home. People with respiratory problems should not use paraffin candles, nor should people who do not want to develop such problems.

Burning paraffin produces toxic combustion by-products, many of which are known to be carcinogens. Breathing the fumes from burning paraffin candles is essentually the same as breathing the exhaust fumes from a diesel engine.



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