How to make your own Natural Disinfectant at home

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To keep our homes and sanitation clean, we use some liquids called ‘Disinfectants’. Those are the anti-microbial agents, which inhibits the growth of microorganisms thus aiding in healthy life. However, if calculated we spend a huge sum of money in these things only. Why not prepare it at your own, in eased way?

Mostly, we people use phenyl, boric acid, acids or other manufactured disinfectants. Those available in market are colorful and scented, which makes us attracted to it.

But can you guarantee its working! Of course not, this is the actual reason why we are suggesting for homemade natural disinfectant.

Natural disinfectant

Natural disinfectant

Harsh truth about Disinfectants:

Do you know that your current disinfectant can be containing harmful chemicals in it. Some are so useless, that they contains only color and fragrance.

Apart from that, your disinfectant can do harm for skin and floor too. So, if you are still using those products then you are self depleting the healthy life of your and your family.

So, what to be done for this problem? The answer is simple and on your hands only. It is Natural disinfectants. You can simply prepare it at home and use without any problem.

Natural Disinfectant:

There are several herbs and things present around us, which has the capability to resist microorganisms. By the correct blend of those, you can invent your own disinfectant.

Trust me, that natural disinfectant will be having concentrated power and ability.

Ingredients:

  • Matured mint leaves- 20-25
  • Tulsi leaves- 10-15
  • Lemon peels  or any citrus peel- 5-6
  • Rock salt- 5 tablespoon
  • Water- 1 liter
  • Cinnamon sticks-  6-8
  • Rosemary essential oil- few drops

How to prepare Natural disinfectant:

  1. Take a glass or plastic bottle; commonly packaged water bottle.
  2. Crush the leaves little and put into it.
  3. Put all the ingredients followed with water into it.
  4. Close the lid and shake well.
  5. Put it on sun for 7-8 days.
  6. Make sure that you shake it daily.

How to use it?

After 8 days, you will notice that the water has turned yellowish brown and all the leaves are pale in color. Strain the residue and put the prepared disinfectant into the bottle.

So here you go with your natural disinfectant. Isn’t it very easy to prepare. In addition to this, it gives you full work and kills all the microbes. Use it in mopping, cleaning furnitures, spray etc.

Hope you like the article. For once, prepare it at your own and share your experience to it. Take care and live well!

She is a learner and health conscious person. She is always interested in seeking knowledge regarding Ayurveda, herbal medicine and Yoga to cure any health ailments naturally.
She holds a Bachelor Degree in Alternative Medicine.

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