The combination of two products that humans use plants for our food, turns out to be an excellent repellent against insects, mainly mosquitoes. These products are vanilla and olive oil. Vanilla comes from an orchid scientific name: Vanilla planifolia and olive oil comes from the fruit of a tree Scientific name: Olea europaea. This repellent is so effective that can save lives. (Source: NYU Law). a The preparation of this natural repellent is simply mixed in equal proportions, each one of these botanical products.
Before applying to the skin should stir the mixture well, to how to obtain a compound of beige. It is very important to shake because the oil remains on top when at rest, because oil is less dense than vanilla, both elements do not combine easily. a This natural repellent is currently very important to prevent diseases transmitted by mosquitoes such as classic dengue and hemorrhagic. The latter can even cause death. Another common and more deadly disease is transmitted by mosquitoes and malaria. This disease also known as malaria kills about two million people each year worldwide. This according to the World Health Organization.
It is also very important to remember the common saying of the good doctors, when they express that pill of prevention is preferable to a ton of cure. a The development of this natural repellent is relatively inexpensive and presents no risk of poisoning or other adverse effects of commercial repellents. a Finally, the author of this short article cordially asks readers to share this information with others. This may involve considering the fact save lives and that the above mentioned diseases are still transmitting. I was born on May 6, 1953 in the city of Tegucigalpa. Very fortunately 1986 I was awarded a scholarship to study forestry in the United States. While attending Washington DC and my wife called me and told me that she had obtained a scholarship. Together we study at the university of Idaho in Moscow, the United States of America. Our second son Samuel was born there. a In 1993 my wife died of cancer. I currently live with my mother in Tegucigalpa and work as a forestry consultant particularly in the area of entomology.