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6 Gorgeous Plants Serves As Effective Natural Mosquito Repellents

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6 Plants That Greatly Work As Natural Mosquito Repellents

Mosquito was very annoying and irritating with their bites, but here are some plants that serve as effective natural mosquito repellents.

Many people love to stay outside to enjoy wonderful sceneries and beautiful weather. Sometimes people loves to stay outside of their houses and relax for a little while, but those annoying mosquitoes always came to the scene.

These insects feed on our blood by sucking it, which can cause itchiness and irritation, that will make us scratch the part of our skin that they have bitten. Mosquito bites can also cause several diseases including dengue, malaria, and the very popular Zika virus.

Natural Mosquito Repellents

People usually buys repellents and sprays to prevent the irritating mosquitoes from coming and biting our skin over and over again. But those solutions might be a little bit expensive and may cost us a lot.

Here are some beautiful plants that can be displayed around the house, which can serve as natural mosquito repellents.

Catnip

This pretty plant blooms during summer time and can grow naturally faster if we have cats. The scent of this plant spreads and can be more effective when cats get into it and spread it around the house.

Mint

It is an effective mosquito repellent due to its fragrant aside from its health benefits to the body. Mint leaves can easily grow anywhere. Rubbing mint leave into the skin can keep the mosquito away.

Lemon Thyme

This gorgeous plant also grows anywhere, it is commonly used for culinary purposes and helpful to drive mosquitoes away.

Lemon Balm

Lemon balm is an effective mosquito repellent and can be easily planted on the ground.

Basil

This herb easily grows and had a great smell. Aside from being a great ingredient for several dishes it also works as an effective mosquito and flies’ repellent.

Citronella

This plant was commonly used as ingredients in several insect repellents because of its strong odor.

Natural Mosquito Repellents

These are only six of numerous plants that can be used as mosquito repellents.

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