Place lavender, sage and mint in bundles. Let them smolder and the earthy scent will ward off mosquitoes. Sounds promising... I'll have to try it!

Place lavender, sage and mint in bundles. Let them smolder and the earthy scent will ward off mosquitoes. Sounds promising... I'll have to try it!

Homemade Mosquito Repellant - Combine in a 16 oz bottle:  15 drops lavender oil  3-4 Tbsp vanilla extract  10 drops lemon eucalyptus oil  1/4 Cup lemon juice.   Fill bottle with water. Shake & it's ready to use. Spray on yourself.

Homemade Mosquito Repellant - Combine in a 16 oz bottle: 15 drops lavender oil 3-4 Tbsp vanilla extract 10 drops lemon eucalyptus oil 1/4 Cup lemon juice. Fill bottle with water. Shake & it's ready to use. Spray on yourself.

Not all homemade bug repellents are created equal. This one? It WORKS. And with #Hawaii facing an outbreak of dengue fever, you can bet I'll be keeping some of this on hand.

Not all homemade bug repellents are created equal. This one? It WORKS. And with #Hawaii facing an outbreak of dengue fever, you can bet I'll be keeping some of this on hand.

Homemade Mosquito Repellent      15 drops of Lavender Essential Oil                     (alternatives citronella or cinnamon oil)     3-4 T Vanilla Extract (alternative cooking oil)     4-5 T Lemon Juice

Homemade Mosquito Repellent 15 drops of Lavender Essential Oil (alternatives citronella or cinnamon oil) 3-4 T Vanilla Extract (alternative cooking oil) 4-5 T Lemon Juice

In this instructable I'm going to show you how to build a mosquito repeller using an Arduino. The repeller is in the form of a shield that plugs into the Arduino board and the frequency of the repeller can be changed easily. This project is ideal if you are going camping or hiking outdoors, this device produces a sound of 31KHz Frequency which acts as a mosquito repellent. The frequency of this device can be adjusted and at 23kHZ to 54 kHz it also acts as a dog whistle. Human ears are not…

In this instructable I'm going to show you how to build a mosquito repeller using an Arduino. The repeller is in the form of a shield that plugs into the Arduino board and the frequency of the repeller can be changed easily. This project is ideal if you are going camping or hiking outdoors, this device produces a sound of 31KHz Frequency which acts as a mosquito repellent. The frequency of this device can be adjusted and at 23kHZ to 54 kHz it also acts as a dog whistle. Human ears are not…

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