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Introduction: ABSTRACT Insect repellents are important tools for prevention of insect-borne diseases as well as painful or uncomfortable insect bites. And one of natural insect repellent is the lemon grass and the garlic. Determining the effectiveness of lemon grass and the garlic as insect repellent is the main goal of the study. The study has found out that lemon grass and the garlic mixing with olive oil and the eucalyptus oil are effective and alternative natural insect repellent. The result of the present study would provide knowledge and information about lemon grass and garlic mixing with olive oil and eucalyptus oil as insect
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Lemon grass insect repellent, which is organic and affordable, unlike other insect repellent products offered in markets, such as patches and lotions, the lemon grass does not contain chemicals that can be harmful to the skin. Because it is made by lemongrass, an edible herb, it is non-toxic and can be used by children, without any worry of accidental intake. But lemon grass is extremely safe Problem of the Study Will extract of lemon grass and garlic mixing with olive oil and eucalyptus oil is an effective way of natural insect repellant? A. General problem: The general problem of this study is to determine the effectiveness of lemon grass, garlic, olive oil and eucalyptus oil as natural insect repellent. B. Specific problem: 1. Get the time (minutes) using stop watch to observe the time and duration of the effectiveness lemon grass and some other ingredients. 2. The effectiveness of lemon grass and other ingredients using two insects, the ants and the cockroach.
If lemon grass will be extracted its natural components, and observe it by applying the lemon grass over a subject that can easily approach by insects, then if it repel the insect away, it is to be an effective natural insect repellent
Significance of the Study Even though people are aware of insect-related diseases, enough action

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