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Saturday, January 7, 2017

If you have this plant in your house, you will never see mice, spiders and other insects again!

Insects belong to a class of invertebrates and they have a chitinous exoskeleton, a three-part body (head, thorax and abdomen), three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes and one pair of antennae. In most of the cases, they are pretty small, but when it comes to beetles, they can become rather big for insects. Many types of insects feed on plants, carrion or meat.


Their main role is to exterminate other species and prevent plagues, which is why they are considered as an important part of nature. Insect’s main job is to decompose and eliminate oeganic matter. Moreover, they are also the main pollinizers of plants, which is of major economic and ecological importance. Nevertheless, they are not good looking and they often scare people.

Many people tend to scream loud or jump around the house when they see a spider. Even though we love the nature, sometimes, we don’t want to see a spider in our surroundings or cockroaches which are the most disgusting insects. In order to get rid of them, we usually use spider repellents which unfortunately, have adverse side-effects. Luckily, we have an amazing natural solution which will help you get rid of the insects and it will make your home smell fresh as well.

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The plant that will help us get rid of insects it called mint and it has a fresh scent. Mint is most commonly used in different cuisines, but people also tend to use it for its therapeutic properties. To repel spiders and cockroaches from your home, all you have to do is to brew some fresh mint tea, leave it to cool down and pour it in a spray bottle. Once prepared, you should spray the tea everywhere around your home.

For best results, make sure to pay a close attention to the dark corners and wall crevices and this will help you  keep insects away from your rooms and make your home smell fresher than ever.


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