News — insect protection


The weather is warming up and there will be more mossies and flies out 0

Aborigines have a long history with Lemon Myrtle using the leaves to heal wounds and deter insects. Lemon Myrtle was discovered by Europeans in the 1920s when there was a shortage of lemons, and myrtle was used in cooking, it was not until the 1990s that a broader range of uses was "discovered", and the idea for use as an insect protection was developed.

Lemon Myrtle Fragrances was one of the first businesses to put together a recipe which has a double effect, healing and protection, Anti Bacterial Topical Spray has been used by families and adults for over 10 years. The blend of lemon myrtle oil, eucalyptus, citronella and tea tree makes for a highly effective antibacterial and antiseptic.  It can be used to relieve itches and prevent infections. And is suitable for children and the elderly.

We continue to get excellent feedback from people all over Australia who prefer natural insect protection.