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MissMichaele wrote:Another alternative is to take the same materials you would use to load a candle -- personal concerns, herbs and so forth -- make a nice little packet of them, and bury them under a plant (yes, even in a flowerpot). This not only eliminates fire danger, but also sets you up for long-term, constant energy applied to your work, and conceals your work from prying eyes.
Hope this helps,
My question is about the Love Me vigil candle that Lucky Mojo sells.
I purchased one several weeks ago and lit it tonight. The herbs on the candle caught on fire soon after I lit the wick, resulting in several flames on the candle surface. I pushed the herbs away from the wick and the flames extinguished, only the candle wick is burning. But as a result there are several burnt herbs in the wax now.
Because I do not know what are the herbs used in the Love me candle, I would like to ask if the herbs catching fire is normal in the context of the herbs used in the Love Me vigil candle?
Also, I was not going to read more into the herbs catching fire almost within 2 minutes of lighting the candle, because flame+dry herbs = more flames...
would anyone agree?
PrincessDrRe wrote:Should I leave the candles steadily lit? Also - how many should I "work" at one time?
Mama Micki wrote:Do it over. Use a metal candle holder; I've never seen a plastic one. You're lucky you didn't burn your house down.
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