We are sure that everyone in their lives sometime has had to deal with those annoying mosquito’s right? Well of course we all know that there are so many different repellents you can buy at the store or even online. Have you considered giving organic mosquito control a chance? There is a lot of information on the Internet that can help you make the switch. Just think about it this way it will help everyone out in the long run, even the environment. If you have kids it will help them out more too.

When you think of bug spray you think of the ones with the nasty chemicals that are going to harm the environment and could possibly even harm a person. If you switch to organic mosquito control you will be doing everyone a favor. The organic mosquito control brand is made with botanical oils from plants. There are so many people in this world today that are using the kind with all the chemicals. From what I read online there are only just a few of the organic products out there. Here are just a couple of them.

The first one is oil of lemon eucalyptus, it works as long as two to five hours before you need to reapply. The second one is mexitan, it is a spray on and it is very effective. All the labeling and the packaging are all bio- degradable. If you ask me, that would be completely an Eco friendly product.

Now that you have learned that there are organic mosquito control that you can get for you and your family you really need to. Think about it this way, you will be doing everyone a favor, especially the environment. Just think about all the bad things that it gets now. You could make a different just by switching to organic. If you wanted to you do not have to stop at organic bug repellant, you could switch everything you could to organic. You would be doing a good deed. There are so many people that need to be more informed about the bug spray that is organic. Everyone could all switch and we could all stop using the chemicals.

About Wendy Walker

Wendy Walker is a public health entomologist with over 10 years’ experience in the conduct of entomological studies in USA. She is the founder and the current President of the All American Mosquito Control Association (AAMCA), an initiative that offers mosquito control professionals across America opportunities for exchange of information and ideas, mutual building of entomological and operational capacity.

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