Way to remove of moles

. Garlic

Some people believe that applying garlic to a mole for a period of time will cause it to diminish or disappear entirely. This is because garlic contains enzymes which may dissolve the cell clusters that cause the mole. Garlic can cause skin burns.

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2. Castor oil baking soda mix

Mixing castor oil and baking soda together creates an ointment that may remove moles if applied for several weeks. The theory behind this is that the baking soda dries out the mole and the castor oil helps protect the skin.

3. Oregano oil

Oregano essential oil can be harsh on the skin and must be diluted with a carrier oil, such as castor oil. When applied a few times a day for several weeks, the combination of oils may help

remove a mole.

4. Iodine

Using a specific concentration of iodine for several weeks may cause a mole to flake off. Iodine can burn, so apply petroleum jelly around the surrounding area to protect the skin. Iodine is toxic, so take great care when using it. Never apply to skin that is broken.

5. Lemon juice

Using lemon juice several times a day may bleach the mole, making it less obvious.

6. Tea tree oil

Tea tree essential oil is a well-researched essential oil best known for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Some people claim that applying tea tree oil several times a day for a period will cause the mole to disappear. Take care when using tea tree oil as it is potent and toxic if swallowed.

7. Potatoes

Potatoes are thought to have a natural bleaching effect. Though the potato may not fully remove the mole, it may help to fade it away over time.

8. Flaxseed oil

Some studies indicate flaxseed oil contains properties that help heal cuts and other lacerations. People also use it to help get rid of dark spots and blemishes, including moles.

9. Frankincense oil

Frankincense essential oil in bottle on wooden table next to crystals.
Frankincense oil is thought to dry the skin, causing moles to scab and fall off.
Frankincense essential oil reportedly has properties that help absorb oils and dry the skin. Proponents believe that when applied daily, the frankincense oil reacts with the mole, causing it to dry out, scab, and fall off.

Always dilute essential oils in a carrier oil (like sweet almond oil or coconut oil) before applying to the skin.

10. Banana peels

Banana peels contain specific enzymes and acids that some people think can help remove a mole. One potential benefit of using banana peel on the skin is that it will act as a moisturizer.

11. Honey

Some studies indicate that honey has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. Some believe that applying honey to moles will cause them to fade away within a few days.

12. Hydrogen peroxide

Hydrogen peroxide reportedly has properties that will help remove moles when applied to the skin. It should be applied three to four times a day. Check with a pharmacist to find the type of hydrogen peroxide deemed suitable for this purpose.
13. Aloe vera

Aloe vera contains many recognized skin-promoting properties. Some people believe that when used over time, aloe vera will help remove moles. Apply the plant or a manufactured product to the mole. It is important to do an allergy test first, as it is possible to be allergic to aloe vera.

14. Coconut oil

Coconut oil may help with other skin issues, but there are no studies that indicate it can help remove moles. However, some people believe it will reduce the size of the mole when applied daily.

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Removing of rats from the garden

Peppermint oil

Rats hate the smell of peppermint oil, so it’s an effective way to drive them away. Moisten some cotton balls with 100 per cent pure peppermint oil and place them in various spots around the garden, including the garage and shed. Reapply the oil a couple of times a week.

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Catnip

Get some catnip from a garden centre and plant it in several spots around the garden. Be strategic with your planting and look for signs of rat activity like nests and pellet droppings.

Keep your garden clean

You can deter rats from setting up home in your garden by keeping it clean and tidy.

Remove piles of wood and garden clippings; pick up any fallen fruit, berries or vegetables; and cut back

overgrown areas.

Remove food and water sources

Rats will seek out any sources of food or water in your garden. Make sure your taps aren’t dripping and don’t use a bird bath.

Remove bowls of pet food or water at night.

If you like to compost, keep it secure and bury any organic material deep in the bin.

Make sure lids are tightly closed on bins and don’t leave garbage bags outside for long

periods.

Soil netting

If you want to protect a new garden from rats, lay a piece of netting just under the soil. This will prevent rats from burrowing and eating roots and bulbs.

Determined rats

may chew through the netting, so keep an eye out for it.

Sealing gaps

Rats will try to enter your home through any gaps or cracks in external walls. Use an appropriate sealant to block any nooks and crannies.