Zero In 60-Day Adjustable Diffuser, Natural Citronella, Mosquito Repeller, Indoor and Outdoor Use, Bee Safe, Travel Size
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Repeat the inhalation process as desired. It's important to avoid excessive or prolonged inhalation, as this can potentially irritate the respiratory system.
Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections - they may also appear in recommendations and other places. If you are planning to sell wax melts or candles and physically market them as insect repellents you’ll need to make sure your products are registered with The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) – this is because insect repellents are controlled by HSE which means you need to be on the official register. A citronella plant also has its own benefits. It is an easy-growing plant and provides beautiful greenery. It has an amazing aroma for humans, and also will only repel the insects we don’t want around! Any beneficial bugs like bumblebees or pleasant bugs like butterflies will not be affected. How to Use Citronella to Keep Flies Away IndoorsSupports digestion and reduces cravings: The oil has been shown to stimulate the digestive system, promoting healthy digestion and relieving symptoms such as bloating, indigestion, and constipation. It can act as a natural appetite suppressant, helping to reduce cravings and possibly control overeating. Today, citronella oil is probably best known as a natural insect repellant, but its uses and benefits extend beyond keeping bugs at bay. Add citronella oil to water in a glass spray bottle. The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) recommends 10 to 15 drops per ounce of water.
Analgesic, antibacterial, antiseptic, antispasmodic, deodorant, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, insect repellent, febrifuge, stomachic, tonic. How to Use Citronella Essential OilFlies just love all the worst smells out there, but honestly, it all comes down to their food source and the type of flies that they are! What Do Flies Eat? To use citronella indoors, starting with an aromatherapy diffuser is a great idea! Placing the diffuser in fly-prone spots like near the front door, or on a window sill will be effective, and will keep the flies from breaking and entering. Citronella oil is also a great option to use in a diffuser, or you can dilute the citronella oil and add it into a lotion or a carrier oil like coconut oil, and apply it to your skin! This will help keep flies and insects away from you at all times, and even help lessen mosquito bites!