|Remedies to get rid of mosquito|
|Handy Hints - Household|
Apart from the scorching heat of the sun, the summers bring along with it a wave of mosquitoes as well.
* For repelling mosquitoes, buy catnip oil based repellant as it is safe for humans. Apply over all the exposed parts of your body.
* Use mosquito nets while sleeping for protecting yourself from itchy mosquito bites.
* Use mats or mosquito repellant liquidator for getting rid of mosquitoes.
* Pure vanilla extract is also helpful in keeping mosquitoes away. Just apply the extract on pulse points and sleep well.
* You can even use mosquito sprays available in the market to kill them.
Another one of the most effective home remedies for getting rid of mosquitoes is citronella. Rub citronella oil on exposed areas or burn citronella candles
Certain plants are used as home remedies for getting rid of mosquitoes also. Plant tansy or basil around patios, porches, windows, doors, or other areas that you want to keep mosquitoes away from
Natural Mosquito Treatment with Garlic
Many agree that garlic is one of the best home remedies for getting rid of mosquitoes. Garlic sprays are available that you can apply directly to your skin as a repellant. They also make garlic sprays that are applied around the home like any other pesticide.
THIS IS PERHAPS SIMPLEST WAY TO GET RID OF MOSQUITOES.
1 block of camphor..
It should last for a month or more.
Take any small bowl, put one camphor tablet in it. Fill it with water.
Normal water will do.
Put an any corner of your room.
You can see immediate effect .if there were any mosquitoes they will go away.
To make more effective, crush camphor slightly.
If room is big, use two bowls with same process.
You can change water after 2 days. Use old water it to wipe floor
Listerine is a product used to get rid of mosquitoes. Buy a bottle of Listerine and pour it into a spray bottle. Keep the bottle near you and spray when mosquitoes appear.
You can also spray around areas where mosquitoes tend to enter from such as doors and windows.
Listerine contains eucalyptus oil which is an ingredient used in insect repellants
MOSQUITO BITE REMEDIES
Few things are more annoying than the itching and scratching that accompanies a fat, juicy mosquito bite. When a mosquito bites us, we itch due to the residual saliva left behind from the insect’s feasting on our blood! Fortunately, just as Mother Nature has honored us with the presence of these buzzing nuisances, she has provided us with some great natural remedies for treating mosquito bites when we do get bit.
When you first notice the itchy bite, try applying a small amount of vinegar directly to the bump
Aloe Vera is another excellent remedy for mosquito bites, as well as many other conditions. Not only will it help ease the itching and swelling from the bit, but it will also aid in healing the wound. You can use fresh gel directly from an aloe plant or organic. They both work well at providing relief.
A Dry Bar of Soap
Another remedy for mosquito bites is to rub a bar of dry soap directly on the bite. This will help provide temporary relief to the itching. Remember to wash it off thoroughly after the itch fades away.
Baking Soda & Water
Another simple remedy for mosquito bites is to make a thick paste of baking soda and water. Then apply this paste generously to the affected area. You should feel the swelling and itching subside shortly afterwards.
Other than making you produce tears, a fresh slice of onion can also help take the sting out of a bite. Simply place a fresh slice on the affected area for several minutes until the itching subsides. Be sure to wash the area thoroughly afterwards.
For quick relief from mosquito bites, try applying a small amount of all-natural peppermint or neem-based toothpaste. Allow the paste to dry and leave for as long as desired.
Simply, take a small amount of honey and apply directly to the bite. Honey also has anti-microbial properties that can help prevent infection.
Lime and/or Lemons
Apply a small amount of lime juice directly to the bites. Lemon juice also works well. I have also heard that rubbing the bite with the lemon or lime peel helps, but I usually prefer to use the juice. This also helps in keeping the wound from becoming infected from the grit and grime of fingernails
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