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DIY Flea Collar Using Essential Oils!

DIY Flea Collar With Essential Oils Ingredients: 1/2 teaspoon Rubbing Alcohol 1 drop Cedarwood Essential Oil 1 drop Lavender Essential Oil 1 drop Citronella Essential Oil 1 drop Thyme Essential Oil 4 garlic oil capsules Directions: Get any collar that’s made of material (i.e. no chains) and soak it in the above mixture. Lay it out to dry. Once it’s dry, place it on your animal’s neck. Repeat process at least once per month. (Depending on where you live and how often your dog is in flea-infested environments.)   You can also use essential oils in a spray bottle as a flea repellent! Just mix 1/2 cup of distilled water, a drop or two of Thieves soap or castille soap, and 8-16 drops (total) of your preferred essential oils that fleas hate. Here’s a list of flea-repelling oils: Eucalyptus radiata, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree), Lemongrass, Pine, Cedarwood, Peppermint, Lemon, Lavender, Orange, Melrose, Palo Santo, Thyme, and Citronella. If you’re new to essential oils, what might be best is to start off with the Purification essential oil blend that’s in the Premium Essential Oils Starter Kit. Purification contains citronella, lemongrass, rosemary, Melaleuca alternifolia, lavender, and myrtle so there are several of the flea-repelling oils in there.

DIY Flea Collar With Essential Oils

Ingredients:

1/2 teaspoon Rubbing Alcohol

1 drop Cedarwood Essential Oil

1 drop Lavender Essential Oil

1 drop Citronella Essential Oil

1 drop Thyme Essential Oil

4 garlic oil capsules

Directions:

Get any collar that’s made of material (i.e. no chains) and soak it in the above mixture.

Lay it out to dry.

Once it’s dry, place it on your animal’s neck.

Repeat process at least once per month. (Depending on where you live and how often your dog is in flea-infested environments.)

 

You can also use essential oils in a spray bottle as a flea repellent!

Just mix 1/2 cup of distilled water, a drop or two of Thieves soap or castille soap, and 8-16 drops (total) of your preferred essential oils that fleas hate.

Here’s a list of flea-repelling oils:

Eucalyptus radiata, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree), Lemongrass, Pine, Cedarwood, Peppermint, Lemon, Lavender, Orange, Melrose, Palo Santo, Thyme, and Citronella.

If you’re new to essential oils, what might be best is to start off with the Purification essential oil blend that’s in the Premium Essential Oils Starter Kit. Purification contains citronella, lemongrass, rosemary, Melaleuca alternifolia, lavender, and myrtle so there are several of the flea-repelling oils in there.

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