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Plants That Keep Mosquitoes Away

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Plants that keep mosquitoes away include Cistus incanus and Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi) — two excellent, healthy teas!

Looking for plants that keep mosquitoes away? It’s understandable. After all, we’re at the height of mosquito and tick season. While DEET and other products may provide effective support, we prefer an all-natural solution. In particular, we’re fans of Cistus incanus tea and Ocimum sanctum tea.

Cistus incanus Tea and Extract

Drinking all-natural Cistus incanus tea brings many health benefits. For starters, Cistus may help to repel mosquitoes and ticks, and it can be used externally to cleanse the skin. It’s one of our favorite plants plants that keep mosquitoes away.

Cistus incanus also has strong health-promoting properties through its antioxidant, immunomodulatory, bacteriostatic, and anti-fungal activities.

In addition, Cistus incanus offers scientifically proven immune support and relief of cold and flu symptoms. It may modulate the immune system and inhibit the multiplication of viruses, which may help to alleviate cold and influenza.

Cistus incanus contains polyphenols that may destroy free radicals, inhibit the formation and development of inflammation in the body, and have a preventive effect on cardiovascular diseases. Through bioflavonoids, it works synergistically with vitamin C, enhancing its action, and also protects the mucous membrane of the stomach to help prevent the formation of ulcers.

However, it’s important to make sure you’re getting high-quality Mediterranean Cistus. Get the facts by reading the Cistus FAQ.

Ocimum sanctum Extract

An effective expectorant, Ocimum may be useful in relieving coughs and sore throats that result from the common cold. It’s one of our favorite plants that keep mosquitos away, and it may also help relieve itching from insect bites.

Ocimum sanctum has been used as an herbal therapeutic for over 3,000 years. From The Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine: “The predominant cause of global morbidity and mortality is lifestyle-related chronic diseases, many of which can be addressed through Ayurveda with its focus on healthy lifestyle practices and regular consumption of adaptogenic herbs. Of all the herbs used within Ayurveda, Tulsi [Ocimum] … is preeminent, and scientific research is now confirming its beneficial effects.”

The actions of Ocimum may help the body and mind cope with chemical, physical, infectious, and emotional stresses and help support physiological and psychological function. Hundreds of scientific studies have established a basis for the therapeutic uses of Ocimum. (Start here and here.)

Ocimum has been used to improve energy, sharpen memory, and calm the nerves. It has also been used to relieve anxiety, bad breath, breathing problems, eye problems like sore eyes and poor night vision, gum disease, headaches, heart problems, respiratory problems, high cholesterol, mouth ulcers, skin diseases, and stress. (Read the Ocimum FAQ.)

Cistus and Ocimum: Plants That Keep Mosquitoes Away

Cistus incanus herbal tea and Ocimum sanctum tea may offer the all-natural protection from mosquitoes and ticks that you’re seeking.

We love our Cistus and Ocimum, all-natural teas. We think you will too!

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