Tuesday, June 18 2019

Insect repellent Plants for people who are Allergic to Sprays

By: Postbull - Last Upadte July 19, 2018


There are many pest repellents in the market but not everyone can cop up. Someone people are allergic to these pest repellents. What if we say we have got a natural solution to that?  Scientists have proved that few plants can act as an insect repellent. Eucalyptus essential oil is used to turn away spider. We all know these insects can cause many diseases like a headache, diarrhea, mental confusion, weakness, loss of reflexes, unconsciousness, and even death. We all need a solution here are they:

Eucalyptus essential oil to turn spiders away.

Peppermint oil to wipe away ant trails.

Allium sativum is a natural way to repel mosquitoes.

Marigold to repel all kinds of pests like mosquitoes and flies.

Lavender repels moth, flies, mosquitoes and unwanted insects.

Chives repel carrot flies, Japanese beetle, and aphids.

Thyme repels whiteflies, cabbage loopers, cabbage maggots, corn earworms, whiteflies, tomato hornworms and small whites.

Oregano repels many pests and will provide ground cover and humidity for peppers.

Dill repels aphids, squash bugs, spider mites, cabbage loopers and tomato hornworms.

Parsley repels asparagus beetles.

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