To keep mosquitoes from biting us in the first place, we must all learn to balance smelling sweet or sour at all times. Mosquitoes are selectively attracted to and repelled by both sweet (sugar) and sour (socks worn all day) scent. Reading the WARNING information on most of the leading brands of mosquito repellents for … Continue reading Beware of smelling sweet or sour, stop dengue and DIY to repel mosquitoes
Unless we get busy with an ounce or less of prevention, to discourage mosquito bites, we may pay pounds, dollars, pesos, etc., seeking tons of cure. In this category of my blog, I will share with you my do-it-yourself approach of blending local store-bought products for a do-it-yourself body mosquito repellent. INTRODUCTION: We paid … Continue reading Stop bites, stops disease, stops suffering, stops death – repell mosquitoes
Mosquitoes anywhere on this earth, in season/out-of-season, the disease bearing ones, or those whose bite only irritates you to no end, 2013-- if you get busy they won't bite. Many of us can not afford the out-of-this-world pricing of extremely popular, poisonous and non-poisonous sprays and topical repellents, priced for what the larger consumer individual … Continue reading Diseased Mosquitoes Won’t Bite You If…
DIY Mosquito Repellents Work (applied at *three hour intervals) Once you learn to use one, or a blend of oils and other natural alternatives, that repel mosquitoes, you are free to experiment what is best for you. From garlic oil to vanilla extract, one has astringent properties, the other sweetness, you can experience days without … Continue reading DIY Mosquito Repellents Work
One way to stress the environment of mosquitoes is to clean up weed infested, unsanctioned dumping areas-- convert into a family or local complex veggie garden. We cleaned up, roped off, what had been a neglected open plot of land in front of our new rental unit. Now it is a blooming veggie garden. Soon … Continue reading Stress mosquitoes environment
Up Front Bulletin Global Dengue http://www.cdc.gov/dengue/epidemiology/index.html#global (cdc - Centers For Disease Control) Today about 2.5 billion people, or 40% of the world’s population, live in areas where there is a risk of dengue transmission see WHO/Impact of Dengue. Dengue is endemic in at least 100 countries in Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, Africa, and the … Continue reading End mosquito caused deaths at home – We must and now!