Survival Life examines five natural ticket repellents. With summer soon approaching outdoorsman will soon start hiking, fishing and enjoying the great outdoors. One outdoor hazard that should not be ignored though are ticks. Ticks are not only annoying; but, they can also be potentially life altering. For example Lyme disease can make your life a living hell. That is why this article is a great resource for if you are out of store bought tick repellent or want to repel ticks naturally. You need to first remember that prevention is the best step to avoiding ticks:
It’s so important to keep ticks under control, and the best way to do that is to prevent them from latching on in the first place. You should exercise extra caution when venturing into a moist or wooded environment, as these are the areas where ticks flourish. Just in case you do end up with a tick on you, you should learn how to remove a tick safely. But using these natural tick repellents below, you will make yourself much safer if you have something to repel ticks. 5 Natural Tick Repellents to Get Rid of Ticks NOW
However, if you are going to be venture outdoors you need to use these natural tick repellents. Also, what is good about the recipe included in the article is that the repellent smells good. Below is the simple recipe.
Tip: If you want to make a repellent that can also repel fleas, add 1 tsp of citrus oil, lemon juice, OR peppermint oil. 5 Natural Tick Repellents to Get Rid of Ticks NOW
This article also has great advice on preventing ticks, tick care and other great information. Highly recommended!