Deep Woods Spray

Through reading and research, Alecia has devised a blend using a 60 ml treatment pump bottle for easy and clean dispensing. She blended a base of 50ml fractionated coconut oil, 5ml neem seed oil, and 60 drops of our Deep Woods blend of bergamot, lemongrass, citronella and yarrow essential oils.

Lucky for Alecia, her husband is the perfect candidate to try these sorts of remedies on (bugs love to bite him). Because they do a fair amount of walking and hiking in deeply-forested areas, she wanted a product that would last without a need for frequent reapplication, as is the case with many natural sprays.

This blend did wonders on their hike in the deep woods of Elk Island National Park! Not one single mosquito bite, nor did they land on these areas. The best part of all was no need for reapplication for more than three hours. Happily, they did not encounter any ticks. Both the yarrow and citronella essential oils in this blend have been used for preventing tick bites in regions where ticks have been well-established for years.

Read more on How to Repel Mosquitos and Ticks, Naturally!

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  1. Combine all ingredients in a spray bottle, shake, and label.

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When spending time outdoors, apply this to any exposed skin by gently rubbing in and avoiding the eye area.

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alecia s.
alecia s.
Alecia has been inspired and fascinated with nature since a young age. She has worked directly with plants for over two decades... from growing them in gardens to enjoying them as food, and regularly using them as medicine. During this time she has been making herbal products for health and wellness and discovered she really loved inspiring and teaching others the ease of making handmade and homegrown products. She has studied and been inspired by herbalists like Rosemary Gladstar, Robert Rodgers, Beverly Gray, Jeanne Rose as well as other local herbalists and horticulturalists.

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