Naturally Bug-Free, by Stephanie L. Tourles


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Protect yourself, your children, your pets, and your home from all sorts of insects—without harsh or toxic chemicals!


Product Description

Protect yourself, your children, your pets, and your home from all sorts of insects—without harsh or toxic chemicals! Herbalist Stephanie Tourles offers 75 simple recipes for safe, effective bug repellents that you can make from all-natural ingredients:

  • For human protection—sprays, balms, body oils, and tinctures. Delightful scents range from eucalyptus to floral, lemon, vanilla, and woodsy spice.
  • For pet protection—herbal shampoos, bedding formulas, and flea-and-tick collars and powders.
  • For home protection—moth-repellent sachets, flea- and ant-repellent carpet powders, and pest-repellent essential oils for the pantry.
  • Detailed ingredient dictionary explaining the properties of all the herbs, essential oils, and other key ingredients.

Objective: Educational. (Click here for information on the difference between Educational and Marketing materials.)

Publication: 2016.

Pages: 176.

Binding: Softcover.

Dimensions: 5" wide x 7" tall.


Stephanie Tourles is a Licensed Holistic Esthetician in both Massachusetts and Maine with over 20 years of experience. Trained in Western-style herbalism, she specializes herbal treatments and cosmetics for skin, hair, nails, and feet. Stephanie is also a Certified Aromatherapist, with extensive training in the nutritional sciences. She has authored books on natural body care, including The Herbal Body Book, Naturally Healthy Skin, and Natural Foot Care. Stephanie resides in Orland, Maine with her husband and pets, spending her spare time hiking, organic gardening, and cooking.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The Basics
Chapter 2: The Ingredient Dictionary
Chapter 3: Mixing It Up: Essential Equipment
Chapter 4: Insect Repellents for People
Chapter 5: Products for Pets
Chapter 6: Protect Your Home


Review by:
As a bug-phobic, I look forward to trying a lot of the neat recipes in this book. I like how the beginning of the book lists the basics, the ingredients needed, and the equipment, before you get into the recipes themselves. Looks like it will make summer easier for me.
(Posted on 3/8/2018)

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