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There are actually a lot of essential oils that will work as insect repellents. Instead of poisoning yourself with the toxic commercially available insect repellents, make your own Bug-Be-Gone sprays. Here are a few recipes sure to send those bugs ‘a-packin’:
- Combine 5 drops lavender,
- 5 drops lemongrass,
- 3 drops peppermint
- and 1 drop thyme.
- Put on feet or add to a little spray bottle filled with water, shake well, and spray on.
- Put 5 drops lemon and 5 drops Purification in a little spray bottle of wate r and mist on your skin to protect yourself against insects, flies, and mosquitoes.
Tick Bites: Mix thyme or oregano in a 50:50 dilution (with carrier oil)
and apply 1 or 2 drops over the bite area and the tick
. The phenols in these oils will usually cause them to let go to get away from the oil. After the tick is off, treat the bite topically with a drop of tea tree, peppermint, lavender, rosemary or Thieves a couple of times a day.
Mix 10 drops peppermint
5 drops cypress in 1/2 cup of seal saltwater, Shake well and spray were roaches live.
Using Single oils:
*6 drops peppermint
*6 drops tea tree oil
*9 drops Eucalyptus Radiata
And these oils Blends can also be applies with alittle coconut oil or V-6 Oil apply with a cotton ball and dab on person :)
|Purification® can be used directly on the skin to cleanse and soothe insect bites, cuts, and scrapes. When diffused, it helps to purify and cleanse the air from environmental impurities including cigarette smoke and other disagreeable odors.|
|Melrose™ provides a protective barrier against skin challenges. When diffused, Melrose can help dispel odors.|
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JoAnna :) Independant Young living oils Distibutor :)
My website is coming soon in the meantime here is a link for the main Young Living Oils page :)http://www.youngliving.com/en_US/