Outdoor NO BITE Spray Recipe

I am  a flashing neon ‘DINNER’  light for mosquitoes.  Because of this, I need a strong mosquito deterrent.  And, if it can be natural, all the better!   Therefore, after a lot of research, I’ve put together this Outdoor NO BITE  Spray.

A Word Of Caution

I don’t live in an area where there is a great concern for mosquito born illnesses. So, what I share here is based on my personal experiences. Unfortunately, I have no studies to back up my claims either. YOU need to do your own research, and speak with your own Doctor in regards to what is best for YOUR family.

Outdoor NO BITE Spray Recipe

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Ingredients For Outdoor NO BITE Spray

8 ounce Boston Round Bottle
2 ounce Boston Round Spray Bottle
10 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil
8 Drops Thieves Essential Oil Blend
10 Drops Purification Oil
5 Drops Rosemary Essential Oil
5 Drops Kunzea Essential Oil
6 ounces  Witch Hazel OR Vodka

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Outdoor NO BITE  Spray Method

Using a funnel, add 6 ounces of either Organic Witch Hazel or Vodka to a 8 ounce Boston Round Bottle.

Next, add the 6 essential oils. Screw on lid and shake well.

Since I like to throw my No Bite Spray in my purse or backpack to take with me on the go, I pour it into a 2 ounce Boston Round Spray Bottle. I simply refill it as needed.

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About ParkerMama

Tammy is a mom to 6 wonderful kids, including Parker, who came with an extra chromosome! She is passionate about special needs advocacy, living within her means, and preparing for an uncertain future. Tammy's main blog is Praying For Parker. Make sure to visit her there as well!


  1. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Natural mosquito repellents are always better. I know that such plants as basil, tansy, lavender, thyme are a great natural mean to get rid of mosquitoes. One can also scare them off with the scent of smoke.

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