Lemongrass oil kills mosquitoes

The Power of Essential Oils for Insect Control

Why does Stop The Bites®! Work?

The Stop The Bites! team is often challenged with a claim, “Natural products don’t work to control insects”.

That is not true.

Over the next few days we will post discussions about each of our key essential oils and why they work. We will provide citations from the growing collection of research studies which characterize modes of action for the collection of bioactive compounds.

As a reminder, here are the essential oils in Stop The Bites!:

Essential oils kill mosquitoes
Pelargonium citrosum is our source for geraniol

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