Enemies of mosquitoes: Mint oil and corn starch

Enemies of mosquitoes: Mint oil and corn starch

Brazil: Several medications that kill mosquitoes and especially their larvae have come out, but now an environmentally friendly, organic and highly effective drug, thyme and wild starch (starch), has been developed. Aedes aegypti mosquitoes can be killed immediately.

We know that AIDS aegypti is the leading cause of life-threatening dengue fever and that the outbreak has now affected dozens of people in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. If cornstarch or starch is added to wild mint, thyme oil and sprinkle it on water, it can kill mosquito larvae.

Experts at the University of Sao Paulo in Brazil have combined a combination of wild mint and corn starch to create a low-cost mosquito repellent that destroys mosquitoes, especially AIDS. These mosquitoes spread dengue worldwide, including Pakistan, and have the potential to spread chicken guinea and Zika virus.
The drug has also been tested by US experts themselves. These mosquitoes lay eggs on the surface of standing water and deep ponds, even in open pots and ponds. Even if the eggs of the mosquitoes remain on the drought, larvae may recover from them for up to one year. If water is available, larvae (insects) are recovered within 15 days. Now AIDS aegypti mosquitoes can be eliminated with this low cost and easy way.

This drug is environmentally friendly and has no adverse effects. Experts have also successfully tested filling it in very small capsules. They can also be thrown in dry environments and as soon as the water drops, the oils and starch in the capsule come out and destroy the mosquitoes.