Natural Insecticide for People and Pets
Sometimes you don't just need natural insecticide for your yard, garden, and home. You also need it for yourself and your pets. You want to avoid the aggravation and even the disease that can come from bug bites. You just don't want to put unnatural chemicals on your body that might cause another kind of harm. Luckily, there is a natural insecticide for your every personal insect killing need. Many people don't like to use the mosquito repellent with DEET in it.
They fear that it is unsafe for their skin. Fortunately, there are all kinds of natural insecticide on the market to replace DEET. One mosquito repellent has only water, natural oils, and vanillin. One kind of natural insecticide for mosquitoes is a patch that you wear for 24 hour. After this time, you will be protected for 36 hours.
One natural insecticide recipe for insect repellent works for fleas, ticks, and chiggers. It uses lavender, sage, mint, rosemary and wormwood. You mix these ingredients together and cover them with vinegar of the four thieves. Let it set for a week and then apply it with a cloth. Another natural insecticide insect repellent recipe is for all kinds of biting insects. You mix aloe Vera gel and skin lotion. Then you add citronella, eucalyptus oil, and patchouli oil. You shake it up in a bottle and put it on anywhere but your face. If your pet has brought fleas into your home, you can get rid of them by dusting your carpet with boric acid. Wait a week and then vacuum it up.
You can also use natural insecticide to get the fleas, as well as ticks, off you pet. Diatomaceous Earth can be used as a natural insecticide in the home to keep fleas from coming back and attacking your pets. Pyrethrum or rotenone sprays will kill lice, fleas and ticks in your house to keep them off you pets. A natural insecticide called neem oil can be used directly on the pet to get rid of fleas. Orange oils can be used. There are also herb-based flea collars available to buy. These are all available to buy through brick-and-mortar or online stores. There are also natural insecticide methods you can use made with simple ingredients. You can put certain things in your pet's food. Some of these are fresh garlic, brewer's yeast, and flaxseed oil.
It's an unpleasant thought, but through no fault theirs, people can sometimes end up with bed bugs. These bugs are tenacious and very good at hiding in crevices of the bed. There are several ways to get them out of your bed. To get them off you, soap and water helps, but the natural insecticide neem oil does wonders. No one wants to think of having bugs on themselves or their pets. It isn't a pleasant thought. Besides, it is uncomfortable and hard to deal with. Natural insecticide can help take care of the problem. On top of that, they can even make it safer for your health. Maybe it's time to give natural insecticide a try.
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