As warmer weather approaches bug spray is now considered a summer necessity. It diminishes mosquito borne diseases like Zika, Lyme’s and Malaria but are commercial repellents the answer?
Many commercial bug sprays contain chemicals such as N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide, or DEET, recently linked to allergic reactions, neurological and cardiovascular problems.
We offer an all-natural healthier alternative that really works and that can be made inexpensively at home!
Total Time: 2 minutes
½ cup witch hazel
½ cup apple cider vinegar
40 drops essential oils (eucalyptus, lemongrass, citronella, tea tree or rosemary)
one 8 ounce glass spray bottle
Mix witch hazel, apple cider vinegar and essential oils in 8 ounce glass spray bottle.
Spray over all portions of the body but avoid repellent in eyes and mouth.
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