Tuesday, 18 April 2017

7 Homemade mosquito repellents ideas

Do mosquitoes bother you? I encourage you to prepare at home some of these mosquito repellents to invite them to go and not bother you. These recipes are very simple to prepare at home and are effective to keep mosquitoes away. Another point in favor of these natural remedies to repel mosquitoes is that they do not have harmful chemicals and are safe to use in your home.

However, if mosquitoes have already bitten you and you want to relieve the bites naturally, use this home balsam for mosquito bites.

7 Homemade mosquito repellents

 

- Mosquito repellent of basil

This plant is excellent for keeping mosquitoes away.

Prepare an infusion with two tablespoons of the dried plant and 500 ml of boiling water. Let stand for 4 hours. Then strain the contents into a spray can.

Spray the areas where you want to keep mosquitoes away. Use as many times as you need.

- Eucalyptus mosquito repellent

You need to dilute 40 drops of eucalyptus essential oil in 200 ml of warm water in a spray can, which has a sprayer to be able to apply it better and more evenly.

To use this home remedy shake it and spray it in areas where you want to repel mosquitoes.

Use preferably at night or in the late afternoon.

- Chamomile mosquito repellent

Prepare an infusion with two tablespoons of dried chamomile and 500 ml of boiling water. Let it stand for about 6 hours and then strain it and pour the contents into a jar with spra.

Spray the room or area in which you want to avoid mosquitoes. Also you can put it directly on the skin so that the mosquitoes do not bite you.

- Clove mosquito repellent

Take a spoonful of cloves and stir them. Put them in a cloth bag and place them strategically around the house to repel mosquitoes and prevent them from entering.

It is another very simple natural remedy that we can use in combination with the other remedies.

- Lavender mosquito repellent

To make this home repellant you only need two tablespoons of dry lavender and 500 ml of boiling water. Prepare the infusion and let it sit for 4 hours. Then, as we have done with the chamomile and the basil, we paste it and throw it in a spray can to spray it around the areas where we want to avoid mosquitoes.

This home remedy can also be used on your skin, have a very pleasant smell and thus you will be safe from mosquito bites.

- Neem oil mosquito repellent

This natural remedy is very effective in keeping mosquitoes away (even lice as well). The truth is that it does not have an especially pleasant smell, but it is worth using because of its great effectiveness.

You can use it by mixing it evenly with a base oil such as sweet almond oil, coconut oil, etc. And apply it on the skin or spray with neem oil the areas where we want no mosquitoes.
(Read also : How to treat mosquito bites on babies)

- Lemon essential oil mosquito repellent

This natural remedy in addition to moving mosquitoes leaves a very pleasant and stimulating smell.

You only need to dilute 40 drops of lemon essential oil in 200 ml of water and put them in a jar that has a sprayer. Apply at night on skin, clothing, etc. And in the rooms. Before each application shake the boat well.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

The best natural mosquito repellents we recommends

Discover how to make some of the best natural mosquito repellents at home, to avoid your annoying presence in our home easily.

Although there is no doubt that mosquitoes become one of the enemies of summer, fundamentally because the areas both hot and humid are preferred by these small - and annoying - insects, in short we can find them at any time of the year, with Higher peaks evidently during the hottest months of the year. The mosquito consists of an insect belonging to the same family as the fly, but has a somewhat smaller, very thin and dark body, with six elongated legs, two transparent wings whose movement produces the characteristic and recognizable buzz, and a mouth In a pointed form that they use to feed themselves of the blood mainly of the people, and also of other mammals.

Did you know that females are the only ones that feed on blood? The males, however, live off the juices they get directly from the flowers. This is because the females need to feed on the blood, because this way they get the necessary nutrients so that their eggs can be fertile.

Although mosquito bites can be extremely uncomfortable, causing itching, redness, and swelling, it is possible to relieve them easily with certain home-made and natural remedies. Even better: it is possible to prevent them and avoid them in a totally natural way. We explain the best tips to get it.

1. Incenses, essential oils and candles: natural anti mosquitoes

Generally, the most common candles do not smell or smell. However, at present it is possible to find a great diversity of candles of many colors, and that give off a wonderful relaxing aroma. It is precisely this aroma that can be very useful to repel mosquitoes. In this sense, you can choose to use the following natural products:

Incenses or essential oils of citronella, lemon, orange or almarosa: are the best natural options, since the strong aroma that they give off act as natural inhibitors against mosquitoes. You can also opt for the essential oils of cinnamon, castor, rosemary, cedar, mint, lemon grass and geranium.
Aromatic candles: you can choose candles with aroma or smell of lavender, lemon or orange. They are the best options since they help precisely to avoid the presence of mosquitoes.

2. Essential oil of eucalyptus

Although in the previous section we have talked about certain essential oils that act as repellents of mosquitoes, this time we want to approach the benefits of essential oil of eucalyptus in a special section apart, precisely because of its great capacity as a repellent.

We could say that if we usually suffer in our house from the presence of these annoying visitors (either because we are in summer and live near a river or a pond), we are a good companion, as it acts as a natural repellent. In addition, applied to the skin acts as an anti-inflammatory, so it serves two basic functions: on the one hand acts as an anti-inflammatory to relieve mosquito bites, and on the other hand acts as a repellent.

3. Natural eucalyptus mosquito repellent

In case you do not have essential eucalyptus oil, but you do have eucalyptus leaves you can make a natural repellent in just a few minutes, which is simple and extremely useful.

To do it yourself you only need 200 grams of eucalyptus leaves and the equivalent of 1 liter of water. Bring the water to a boil. When it reaches the boiling point add the eucalypt leaves and boil for 30 to 40 minutes. After this time turn off the fire, and be careful not to burn yourself, take the bucket and go through all the rooms of your house, especially in those more humid.

4. Chamomile Mosquito Repellent

Believe it or not, chamomile is also an excellent natural repellent against mosquitoes. To make the repellent, the procedure is exactly the same as the one we have followed to make the eucalyptus repellent. For this, you need 200 grams of chamomile flowers and the equivalent of 1 liter of water. Bring the water and the chamomile to a boil, leaving the fire for 30 minutes.

After this time turn off the fire, take the bucket and go through all the rooms of your house, especially in those more humid.