Mary enjoys outdoor walks, but she says that she is simply like glue for the mosquitoes, which are ruining her best moments spend in her garden. This time, Mary informed our site what she uses and what helped her to get rid of these annoying pests.

“I love being in the yard, therefore, gardening is my favorite hobby. However, nothing destroys that delight more than a mosquito bite. And not just one, there are so many of them all over the place.

In order to get rid of them, at least in my yard and garden, I decided to do whatever it took to find a solution. It had to be a natural approach that doesn’t threaten the ecosystem, the plants, and, most importantly, the bees, since I’m all for a healthy environment.

A friend who is an organic farmer recently shared this fantastic insect repellant with me. The solution that I’m going to share with you may be sprayed around the yard to repel flying pests, and it has a light minty scent.

The spray is very simple to prepare, and the bottle should be shaken well before each spray. You can add a few drops of certain essential oils that mosquitoes don’t like in addition to the three basic components from which this spray is made. Mosquitoes don’t like the smell of lavender, citronella, clove, peppermint, basil, cedarwood, eucalyptus, peppermint, lemongrass, and rosemary.

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According to my experience, one spray in the yard lasts about two and a half months, and after that, the spraying process has to be repeated. My friend doesn’t remember where he found this “recipe” for repelling mosquitoes, but I’m glad he shared it with me. I’ve been telling everyone about this since I found it, so everybody can avoid the unpleasant bites sooner.

I truly hope this natural mosquito repellent will benefit you as well as it has for myself and everyone else who has ever tried it. Here’s how to prepare the mosquito spray repellent for your yard.”

Ingredients required: 500 ml of mint-flavored mouthwash (2 cups), 350 ml of any beer (the cheapest will work) (1/4 cup), and 700 g of Epsom salt (24 oz). Epsom salt or magnesium sulfate is a mineral compound and you can buy it at almost any pharmacy or supermarket. Among other things, it is known as a great nutrient for soil that is poor in magnesium.

Preparation: Simply combine all of the ingredients in a refillable spray bottle and shake thoroughly. Bitter salt takes longer to dissolve, so mix the ingredients roughly for a few minutes.

Spray the grass and any walkways you often use. This solution will not harm your plants. Indeed, some gardeners assert that Epsom salt promotes grass regrowth and use it to enhance the green color.

However, I avoid spraying the flowers with this repellant. Since this solution is harmless to the bees, the mouthwash’s odor would probably repel them. The solution lasts for two and a half months when sprayed properly.