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I'm A Mosquito Magnet! Bite Prevention and Remedies

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Mosquitos LOVE me. I swear they do a fly by to assess the group of people I’m with, then single me out of the crowd and go in for the blood bath. No more! This year my deck is lined with the plants mosquitoes aren't fond of. Click link for more preventions on I'm using.
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  • Dorothy Collett
    Dorothy Collett Tipton, MO
    on May 24, 2015

    Try adding these edible herbs to your daily diet. Those shown above plus onions, garlic, oregano, etc. Try to avoid scents that you think might attract mosquitoes. Don't wear sweaty clothes.

  • Sparkles
    Sparkles Tulsa, OK
    on May 25, 2015

    avoid eating bananas during the summer as it gives off a smell that attracts the mosquitos.

    • Ricardo Martinez Ramos
      Ricardo Martinez Ramos United Kingdom
      on May 27, 2015

      Mosquitoes (more precisely the females) only follow the smell of CO2 from your breath. No bananas.

  • Jeanne
    Jeanne San Antonio, TX
    on May 25, 2015

    That is so awesome! I'm definitely going to make some of these this summer as tge skeeters are already deadly! Lol ❤ 😎

  • Ricardo Martinez Ramos
    Ricardo Martinez Ramos United Kingdom
    on May 27, 2015

    I read here all sorts of advice as to what to eat or not. I really don't think changes in your diet does anything to protect you from the attack of the female season when they're ready to hatch. They locate their victims by smelling the CO2 in their breath so trust me no amount of garlic, onion, basil or banana is going to affect it. If only the one option would be try to eat less carbs as your CO2 production increase when you eat them, but you can't stop producing CO2 in your breath. There are CO2 stands that you can park in a corner of your garden, away from your sitting area and release a small amount of the gas from a canister. The smell attracts the mossies and the stand somehow kills them. Very effective.

  • Venia5578
    Venia5578 New Orleans, LA
    on Jun 12, 2016

    Yes indeed less skeeters bites this summer thanks Tawsha & Patti.

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