How to repel Mosquitoes? Is there a frequency to repel Mosquitoes?

1. We have a specific protocol for this: This has been proven to be very effective by a lot of users.

Have a jar sugar water outside, collect a few full drowned mosquitoes put in masking tape, date and have mosquito name on paper masking tape. Then have mosquitoes in black top remote. Create and then click on spooky spectrum sweep, with spooky spectrum sweep frequency. Directions: 1. program is spooky spectrum sweep and step 2: frequency = spooky spectrum sweep. These instructions are for all insects.

2. Among the Essential Oil frequencies, there is one called, "Purification", it has Citronella in the blend. Mosquitoes don't like Citronella, however, I'm not sure how you would convey the frequency to them in a way that would act as an area repellant.

You may check:
Love hertz_ Scientists find fatal attraction 'sex' frequency to lure male mosquitoes to their death:

You may even try the use of a home made antenne, spooky driven... and read first:

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3. I haven't tried "Spooky Way" but back in mid '70 I built simple frequency generator powering HQ tweeter speaker. I remember that frequency was around 20kHz. Could be 19.5kHz, 21kHz or 21.5kHz or somewhere in between. The idea behind was to mimic the frequency of males thus, driving females (which bite) away.

At the same time I made after bite device which consisted of a battery and small value (experimentally selected) resistor.

I found, that heat of approx 40 deg C was breaking injected anticoagulant which causes itch and reduced swelling. Heat is just far infrared radiation and could be anything, even a warm cup of coffee. Increasing temperature doesn't make much difference, except the risk of scalding skin.

4. Search Program database for the following oils that naturally repel mosquitoes:

Lemon eucalyptus oil. Used since the 1940s, lemon eucalyptus oil is one of the more well-known natural repellents.
Cinnamon oil.
Thyme oil.
Greek catnip oil.
Soybean oil.
Tea tree oil.

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