Natural Remedies3 Ways to Naturally Repel Blood Sucking Mosquitoes

3 Ways to Naturally Repel Blood Sucking Mosquitoes

These 3 ways to naturally repel blood sucking mosquitoes can make enjoying the great outdoors  without painful bites and reduce the risk of contracting a variety of diseases. In passing from host to host, some transmit extremely harmful infections such as malaria, yellow fever, west nile virus and filariasis.

These 3 mostly homemade recipes will help keep those pesky mosquitoes away.

  • Lemon Mint Patio Spray Recipe

  • Lavender Eucalyptus Liquid Diffuser Reed Recipe

  • Lemongrass Lotion Recipe

Female mosquitoe have tube-like mouth parts that pierce a unsuspecting host’s skin to suck a small amount of blood and leaving behind saliva of the mosquito often causes an irritating rash that is a serious nuisance. Mosquitoes feed on the blood of humans, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and even some kinds of fish.

Planting Lemon Grass around the front and backyard close to entrance and exit points of your home will also deter mosquitoes from the area.

Did you know if you actually catch the mosquito in the act of feeding on your arm or leg, flex your arm/leg. It will increase your blood flow and overfill the mosquito so it can not leave behind it’s saliva causing intense itching.

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