Tick repelling plants


If you’re interested in making your own homemade bug repellent, but often find many recipes too overwhelming or full of ingredients that you wouldn’t typically have on hand, today is your day.

I’m going to show you how to make the simplest homemade bug repellent you’ll ever make. It’s not a bug spray. It’s a bug oil, and it works fabulously well. All you need are two simple ingredients.

When it comes to choosing a carrier oil, you want to look for something that is lightweight and absorbs into the skin easily. You don’t want to put this oil on your kids when you’re outdoors and have them be a slippery, greasy mess, right?

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When spring arrives so do those annoying mosquitoes. Instead of going the chemical route with insect repellent, here is a collection of deet-free mosquito repellent plants to make mosquito control more natural.

Basil – Ocimum americanum – the essential oils are extracted and used as a spray to repel mosquitoes. It has also makes an effective repellent when grown nearby.

Bee Balm – Monarda – is a beautiful flowering plant that attracts hummingbirds and, of course, bees. It is also very effective used as a mosquito repellent, when the leaves are crushed and the fragrant oils are released.

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If you’re interested in making your own homemade bug repellent, but often find many recipes too overwhelming or full of ingredients that you wouldn’t typically have on hand, today is your day.

I’m going to show you how to make the simplest homemade bug repellent you’ll ever make. It’s not a bug spray. It’s a bug oil, and it works fabulously well. All you need are two simple ingredients.

When it comes to choosing a carrier oil, you want to look for something that is lightweight and absorbs into the skin easily. You don’t want to put this oil on your kids when you’re outdoors and have them be a slippery, greasy mess, right?

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