* Keep your remedy solution (the 10% alcohol and distilled water mixture) in one of those glass bottles with a spout– the ones you use for oil or vinegar in your kitchen. You can pick one up where ever they sell kitchen “stuffs”. Make sure the spout has a cover or cap to keep the solution from evaporating.
* Store your remedies in a metal box. Boxes like cash boxes, ammunitions boxes (from military surplus stores), cookie tins are all readily available at reasonable prices. While there is no guarantee of complete protection, the metal boxes do help protect the remedies from loosing their effectiveness as quickly, especially when remedies are constantly or even intermittently exposed to antidotal EMF’s, cellular phones, cordless phones, wireless devices and other fields (see “Antidoting your remedies is easier than you think”).
* Make a non-toxic weed-killer by boiling 1 cup of salt in 1 gallon of distilled vinegar. When cooled, put into a spray bottle and spray directly on the leaves, stems and roots. The next day you will notice the plants starting to turn brown. You may need to spray some plants several times over a period of a few days to completely kill them. We even killed poison ivy with this mixture!
* Deter ants by sprinkling ground cinnamon. Spread it around the doorframe, in cracks and holes, etc. It works like a dream! Use an old medicine dropper to “squirt” the cinnamon in hard to reach places.