Natural ways to kill those blood sucking mosquitoes

If you are allergic to chemical mosquito repellent, check this out

Be it Summer, Monsoon, Autumn or Winter; mosquitoes are often your constant companion.
While some of you may be allergic to the creams or if you cannot bear the smoke that is caused
by the mosquito repellents, here are a few suggestions to keep mosquitoes away from your

Although most of these mosquitoes are not disease carriers, even the itchiness and red bumps
they cause do not really leave the best of memories, do they? You want to slap at least one of
those little vampires. So, what can be done to keep the mosquitoes away for good? Here are a
few suggestions.

Clove and lemon

Cut a fresh lemon into half and add six to seven cloves in the lemon. You can use one half of the
lemon in one room and the other half in another room. The smell of cloves and lemon keeps
mosquitoes away. You have to keep in mind that lemon which you are using is not frozen or a
rotten one.

Lemon eucalyptus oil

Refined lemon eucalyptus oil is rich in a substance called PMD, a naturally occurring substance
that prevents mosquito bites. However, the oil should not be used for kids below the age of


This is a pesticide that repels insects and is similar to the flowering chrysanthemum plant. If you
spray permethrin on your clothes, it can act as a tick repellent. However, according to many
experts, if you spray it on your clothes, it also repels mosquitoes and flies. The good thing about
permethrin is that it just needs to be sprayed on your clothes. If you have sensitive skin and like
to stay outdoors, this option may be suitable for you.

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