Vanilla, Lime and Peppermint essential oils have been used in this sweet, fresh botanical candle. These oils have been chosen especially to represent spring in abundance.
Sunstone crystals, Poppy Flowers and St Johns Wort adorn the top.
St Johns Wort is known as the traditional 'Summer Solstice Herb'. It’s bright yellow five-petaled flowers were thought to embody the essence of the summer sun itself.
The perfect candle to adorn alters and light on full moons as well as honouring the sabbat.
These crystals have been charged and cleansed under the full moon with sage to get the most out of their natural energies.
100% Vegan & Handmade.
Approximate burn time - 30 hours
Candle comes in a reusable glass 6oz jar.
Please visit our Wooden Wick Care guide (which is located at the bottom of our website) before buying these candles. They burn differently (and more beautifully!) to the typical cotton candle but can take some getting used to.
Note: Always take the dried botanics off the top of the candle before lighting! Some candles *may* alternatively come with a cotton wick as opposed to a wooden one - this is due to inconsistencies with suppliers.
NEVER leave a burning candle unattended or let the candle burn all the way to the bottom of the container.
NEVER leave a candle burning for longer than 4 hours and always check the wicks are trimmed and centered.
Hand poured by Lunar & Lux in Nottingham, UK with 100% soy wax for a clean burn and 100% ethically sourced pure essential oils sourced from around the world. No phthalates, dyes, paraffin or preservatives.
I always say this but this scent is one of the best yet. I'm in love with the sabbath collection, each sabbath is so wonderfully captured by the scent of the candle.
This candle is a wonderful addition to a summers day, and equally as welcome on a warm summers evening to have crackling in the background! The vanilla and peppermint scents blend so well together, creating an atmosphere that is both comforting and fresh! I also love how the peppermint acts as a subtle reference to the Ostara candle, hearkening back to the beginning of springtime as the long summer days begin.