Posts Tagged ‘ natural repellent ’

Try This to Repel Insects in Your House!

Jan 18, 2017
Try This to Repel Insects in Your House!

Dear friends, It is very important to always keep the household clean and free of unwanted pests. When the area is clean, pests are less likely to enter as they do not have places to hide or food to eat. Furthermore, a clean and pest-free household is more likely to be a happy and...

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Prevent Snakes in Your Backyard

Sep 7, 2015
Prevent Snakes in Your Backyard

I have always loved going to the forest, places that is plentiful of nature. I enjoy doing meditations, pujas and giving Dharma talks to my students in these natural environments.

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