This is Beeswax from British Columbia Bees.
This natural substance has and is used all over the world for a wide variety of Bushcraft uses. I highly recommend the tealight and candles for survival kits. The light they give is pure and clean! and the smell is a real plus (this may seem like a small point, but you'd be surprised how that helps in stressful situations NOT to have a stinky, smoky light)
Also its has lots of other great uses for the woodsman...here are just a few , with more info below...
Beeswax is very useful for...
~Survival kits..light and heat
~Waterproofing seams, survival matches,boots, etc
~Adding strength and longer life to cordage, bow strings, sewing threads etc
~lubricating sawblades,nails/screws,even zips and buckles.
~Can be used in recipes for hand cream,lip balm,candles,polishes even moustache waxes!!
~can be used to seal woods,leathers even cement and paper
~Beeswax does not appear to deteriorate over time
~Has the Highest melt point (65C) of any known wax
~Its pliable at plus 35-40C
~Its insoluable in water
~it emits the same spectrum of light, as does the sun
~its naturally scented by bees, carrying the scent of the flowers/nectar they stored at the time
Warning. Never burn candles in confined spaces, do not leave candles unattended and do not leave children unsupervised with fire.
and other uses..