Chrysanthemum is a powerful plant that protects people from insects

Chrysanthemum is a powerful plant that protects people from insects
People with insects should not live. Insects roam all over the house and transmit dangerous pathogens through their bodies and feet (microbes such as viruses that cause inflammatory brain conditions). Some insects can be reservoirs or sources of infections (fleas and ticks). Pigeons, for example, are a big communal and hygienic problem because they land on windows and terraces bringing various insects and microbes. Chrysanthemum is a seemingly harmless plant that is a very effective and natural insect repellent. Nature also offers countless solutions that can protect people from insects (without harmful health consequences and environmental pollution). If people surrounded themselves with the “pyrethrum” plant Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium, then no one would have insects nearby. This is a type of chrysanthemum. It contains pyrethrolone chrysanthemum, carboxylic acid or permethrin, which stops insects from breathing without affecting warm-blooded creatures, pharmacologists say. This chrysanthemum is actually the only plant that kills insects while other so-called repellents only repel insects. The cultivation of this chrysanthemum has been unknown for a long time, so its use has almost wiped out the plant and replaced it with chemical preparations for destroying insects. Recently, this chrysanthemum has been grown on plantations in Italy.
Chrysanthemum formula
During the decades-long use of chemical insecticides for crop and human protection, it has been determined that certain agents are very carcinogenic. Since then, less harmful and completely harmless means have been sought. Researchers from Switzerland were able to synthesize the permethrin molecule. German experts have produced preparations with this substance for various purposes. They have been used for 20 years in European households to destroy ants, ticks, moths, cockroaches, flies, mites. Permethrin is also an anti-scabies drug for pets. Rubbing pig skin destroys the animal parasite (the cause of this skin disease). It is used in barns and stables to destroy flies and other insects. It also protects pets from ticks and flies. Permethrin has a large molecule so it cannot be absorbed by the digestive system. German farmers and stockbreeders therefore mix it with fodder to protect it from weevils. This preparation is also harmless to humans. It is applied to clothes, walls and all places where insects are. If the leaves in the garden are sprayed with this preparation, then permethrin will destroy all plant lice. Biologists, veterinarians and epidemiologists believe that certain insects can cause genetic damage to cells, which causes malignant and other diseases and fetal anomalies. However, in a 1997 experiment, it was shown that permethrin does not cause genetic or other damage even in large doses, ie it does not encourage the development of malignant diseases. It should be used in precisely prescribed doses because it destroys cells in large doses.
Mankind would still be hungry and sick without the pesticides and insecticides that are meant to be used with literal adherence to the instructions for use. Research shows that certain insecticides (used to protect crops in agriculture) have an estrogen effect in the body, accumulating in adipose tissue and increasing the risk of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, soft tissue and brain tumors, and colon and breast cancer. Epidemiological studies conducted by the American National Cancer Institute say that farmers have an increased risk of these diseases. Children up to the age of 10 who live in apartments where insects are regularly controlled with chemical insecticides have a 6 times higher risk of leukemia – according to an English scientific study.

Some insecticides are banned in Europe due to proven side effects but are still used in economically underdeveloped countries of the world due to low cost. The well-known DDT powder used to destroy insects has long been banned for use because it decomposes slowly and enters the food chain polluting the environment, rivers and even the sea. This insecticide causes the appearance of malignant tumors and can sometimes be found on the market under the name “etiol”. It is used in the form of an insect repellent solution in the household.
Naphthalene is also carcinogenic and volatile but in some places it is still used in closets where it protects clothes and fur from moths. The so-called plastic Tus-strips that are placed in the windows (against flies, moths and ants) kill insects by evaporation. However, these fumes are inhaled by household members and children. Each insecticide should be properly registered with R (warning) and S (notice) written on the packaging to be safe for humans. All insecticides should be procured in agricultural pharmacies, specialty stores among which pyrethroids have a primary place. With proper use of insecticides, there is no possibility of them entering the human body and causing unwanted consequences. Repellents from natural essential oils, lavender and other plants that repel insects are also preferred, especially if they are used to protect children. Hygiene is also needed to prevent the uncontrolled reproduction of insects and rodents.

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