Fruits and herbs including: Chinese matrimony, wild vine, Chinese bayberry, mulberry, wild strawberry, oleaster, sea tangle, brown seaweed, mugwort, broad leaf plantain, and a proprietary blend of 82 other plant-based ingredients.
If you live along the east coast or North Atlantic regions of America or Canada, you could collect the berries from a local bayberry bush and make your own bayberry candles in the traditional way.
Ayurvedic practitioners suggest gargling with a mixture of water, salt, and tumeric (Curcuma longa) powder or astringents such as alum, sumac, sage, and bayberry (Myrica spp.).
Ayurvedic medicinal remedy: Gargling with a mixture of water, salt, and turmeric powder or astringents, such as alum, sumac, sage, and bayberry to ease a sore throat.
If you aren't too concerned about doing it the proper way, you can always buy bayberry wax and melt and pour like you would any other candle.
The colonists discovered they could make wax that produced clean-burning, good-smelling candles by boiling the berries of the bayberry shrub.
Soy wax is made from hydrogenated oil derived from soybeans, making it a natural wax that is less expensive than beeswax or bayberry waxes.
Bayberry wax, also known as myrtle wax, is made from a mixture of the wax from the fruits of the Northern and Southern Bayberry shrubs.
You can purchase special scent blends or combine different oils such as bayberry and vanilla to make your own custom scent.
Melt some wax, either bayberry or paraffin, in a coffee can, melting pot or other tall and narrow but deep vessel.