Spray this natural mixture on your clothes, shoes, or skin to keep ticks away! The scent repels the ticks. It's been working great for me so far, haven't seen one tick yet and I live in New England where Lyme disease is very common.
Ah, the great outdoors. The sun on your face, the fresh smell of nature, the breeze in your hair… does it get any better? Well, it could. There’s nothing worse than coming home from a picnic, a hike or a fun day at the bike trails to find a tick burrowed in your skin. If …
Natural Mosquito, Flea and Tick Repellant: Ingredients: 1/2 liter of alcohol, 100 gram of whole cloves, 100 ml of baby oil or similar (almond, sesame, chamomile, lavender, fennel etc.) Preparation: Leave cloves to marinate in alcohol four days. Stir every morning and evening. After 4 days add the oil It's now ready to use. How to use: Gently rub a few drops into the skin of the arms and legs. Observe the mosquitoes fleeing the room. Repels fleas on pets too..
Don't let those pesky annoying ticks stop you. Here's how with a simple homemade solution! In a spray bottle, mix 2 cups of distilled white vinegar and 1 cup of water. To make a scented solution so you do not smell like bitter vinegar all day, add 20 drops of your favorite essential oil. Eucalyptus oil peppermint and citrus oils give off a strong crisp scent that also repel ticks. spray onto clothing, skin, and hair before going outdoors. Reapply every 4 hours
Diatomaceous Earth or DE is a great thing to have around the house. Make sure you purchase "Food Grade" and not "Industrial Grade" for use. It is a great flea, tick, and mite repellant for animals, great dewormer for animals, great to take for humans for intestinal health, teeth, skin and hair health. Great to use in the garden as a natural pesticide.
DIY Tick And Bug Repellent This REALLY works! Ticks & chiggars (red bugs) hate tea tree oil! Also tea tree oil administered directly to a tick in the skin will make it let go & drop off. We did this on ourselves & our dog & it worked!
flea/tick/mosquito spray: up to 15 drops (total) of oils in a 14oz spray bottle. Shake well, mist your dog daily. Spray on bedding, around doorways & baseboards to keep insects out. *Mist your own skin, hair & clothing when outside. Place a few drops of essential oil on dog's collar. Renew when aroma fades. Few drops of the oils into palms of hands, rub palms together, apply to dog's coat & skin starting at neck, down front legs, down back to the base of the tail and down back legs
I use this on our dog, and I absolutely LOVE it! We spray her and rub her down with it when she comes inside, and she is as fresh and clean as she has ever been. PLUS, we don't have any potentially scary mystery ingredients to worry about. I use lavendar and vanilla extract in mine.
Oh My Gluestick: Homemade DOG SCRUB flea treatment shampoo. DIY flea killer for pets: mix half a container of iodized salt & a few squirts of the blue Dawn dish soap to get the consistency of a good salt scrub. don't want it too runny or dry. Scrub pets, rinse, careful not to get in eyes. Dawn is the source of killing fleas. Massaging salt in the skin helps to kill flea eggs that were laid.
Tick, flea, mosquito NATURAL bug spray - this is always in my daypack or purse for our travels. 2 oz glass spray bottle 20-40 drops each ( strength depends on skin sensitivity ) Lavender, peppermint, lemongrass, and Terra Shield ( doTERRA oils preferred due to purity, 3rd party testing, & indigenous selection ) Get your oils today! Www.RusticForLife.com