Vitamin B1 (also known as thiamine) is an essential vitamin that your body needs. It can be found in foods like yeast, oatmeal, brown rice, asparagus, kale, liver and eggs and is important in the fight against stress and boost immunity.
As one of the water-soluble vitamins, any excess that your body does not use is flushed out when urinating, so no need to worry about taking too much.
The incredible thing about the relationship between vitamin B1 and mosquitoes is that it has the potential to change the way you smell the little buggers. Those who have enough vitamin B1 in their systems tend to smell “leaven” mosquitoes, which makes them unattractive to bite.
However, you can change the way you smell like other human beings, so do not worry about the smell of stale bread around his friends.
Research on this is still inconclusive, but since the additional thiamine each day has no adverse effects, might be worth a try. I personally tried this remedy myself with amazing results and have seen the same results in others who have suggested this.
Certain conditions may reduce thiamine in the body, such as chronic alcoholism, Crohn’s disease, anorexia disease and gastric bypass, so that individuals with these conditions can benefit health-wise to take an additional supplement .
Interested give it a try? Taking 100 mg thiamine daily. Within two weeks, you should start to notice a decrease in the number of times you’re uncomfortable smacking these pests away from your body.
If thiamine is taken not work for you, try this natural mosquito repellent recipe everything to help you avoid having to use chemical weapons on his body as a repellent.
ALL NATURAL MOSQUITO REPELLENT
oil tea tree
cooled boiled water
Fill an 8 oz spray bottle halfway with boiled water (let it cool first!)
Add ½ teaspoon witch hazel
Add 15 drops of oil tea tree
Add 15 drops of lavender oil
use when necessary