Formulation and Evaluation of Mosquito Killing and Repellent Dhoop From Herbal Ingredients
Pavan Mahanteshwar Kompa, Sarika S Suryawanshi, Sachinkumar V Patil, Priyanka B Kharmate, Akash S Kolekar, Sangramsinh B Mane, Sejal S Khatki, Kajal S Bansode
Mosquito repellents, Dhoop, Herbal ingredients, Mosquito control.
The current study focuses on the development and assessment of a dhoop that kills and repels mosquitoes utilising herbal elements including Neem leaves powder, Orange peel powder, Camphor, Eucalyptus oil, Pharmaceutical perfume, Cow dung powder, Coconut shell powder, and Rose water. The developed formulation's ability to repel mosquitoes was tested for effectiveness. In a laboratory, the herbal insect repellent dhoop is made by hand-shaping the ingredients, and a pharmaceutical perfume is added for flavour. The efficacy of Formulations F1, F2, and F3 was produced and assessed. Compared to the F1 and F2 formulations, the F3 formulation has a stronger repelling activity. Synthetic mosquito repellent has a number of negative side effects, including lung cancer, anxiety, fremor, neurological effects, and olfactory impacts. There are numerous formulas of mosquito repellent available on the market..
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Unique Paper ID: 161336

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 3

Page(s): 393 - 397
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