Beneficial Garden Insects For Organic Gardening

beneficial insects

Insects that feed on desirable plants or transmit diseases are often considered pests. But insects are not really pests, they all play their role in the natural balance, and many insects are beneficial in our gardens too. They pollinate fruits, flowers, and vegetables, while others prey on insects we find annoying or that eat what … Read more

Neem Oil – Natural Tick Repellent

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In nature, plants serve as the basis of the food chain. Since plants cannot run away, they have developed other mechanisms to protect themselves from predators. They naturally produce substances that have a deterrent or toxic effect on predators. The seeds of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica) provide neem oil, which has been used as … Read more

What is Black Seed Oil – Nigella Sativa

nigella sativa

Mosquitoes and ectoparasites, such as ticks, fleas, lice, mites transmit a variety of diseases. Conventional medicine recommends synthetic pesticides and repellents as a means of protection. Many of the synthetic products are highly effective anti-parasitics, but they often contain neurotoxins. Side effects are very rare and often less dangerous than “damage” caused by the diseases … Read more

Does Diatomaceous Earth Kill Ticks?

diatomaceous earth

Environmentally friendly methods of ecological pest control are becoming increasingly popular. Fleas, mites, bed bugs, lice, and ticks pose a health threat and need to be controlled. Diatomaceous earth is an effective alternative to chemical agents and can be used as a natural pest control method, for a more sustainable and healthier lifestyle without chemicals … Read more

Geraniol Natural Repellent Against Ticks, Fleas An Mosquitos

geranium

Geraniol is an essential oil, a natural compound that many plants produce to protect themselves from feeding insects. It can be used on humans and pets to provide reliable protection against ticks, mosquito fleas and other nuisances. The Geraniol natural repellent does not get into the bloodstream but protects purely by external action through a … Read more