Mosquito bites are not only itchy and boring, but they can also pose a significant health threat. Mosquitoes are considered the deadliest insects in the world because they are carriers of extremely dangerous diseases, such as malaria, yellow plague, chikungunya virus, western fever, dengue, filariasis, and zyka virus. People and animals are attracted by mosquitoes with the smell of carbon dioxide and other tempting odors that we let out. Fortunately, there are natural aromas that chase mosquitoes, but do not contain any chemicals.
The pleasant smell of lavender is repelled by mosquitoes. In addition, the lavender has anti-fungal and antiseptic properties. You can plant it in your yard or in pots located next to doors or windows. To protect yourself from mosquitoes, you can rub the flower on your skin to let out of its oils.
The Jungle is flowers that are easily grown, and contain thiophene, an insect repellent ingredient. The Jungle is effective in the refusal of mosquitoes, tryps, white scrubs, Mexican ladybug and other insects.
Sardelata is a very attractive decorative plant, which also rejects mosquitoes and several types of parasites. Even though these fast growing plants like hot, sunny and dry climates, they can be grown in colder places and in pots, and they need to be tended more often.
This plant is commonly used as an additional spice in dishes, but its woody aroma is also effective in refusing mosquitoes, moths that attack cabbage and carrots attacking flocks. Rosemary is a great protection for when you want to enjoy a fire in nature without being attacked by mosquitoes. All you have to do is put a few rosemary leaves in the fire, and the smell it releases will drive out the mosquitoes.