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As we discussed last week, using an all natural weed killer recipe to replace the harmful chemicals that are found in products like Roundup, glyphosate, and other synthetic herbicides is essential not only for doing what’s good for the environment, but for protecting your mental, physical and spiritual health as well.

Fortunately, there are many natural options to choose from when trying to eradicate weeds that are not only highly effective, but they are much more affordable than their toxic counterparts. Here are fifteen of them that you can try out.

#1 Vinegar and Lemon Juice

•  Mix vinegar with concentrated lemon juice. 
Use a (1 to 1 ratio.) 
Put it in a spray bottle and apply to weeds.

#2 Vinegar

Bottle of white or cider vinegar. 
Pour it directly on the weeds or the ground around them. 
Alternatively, you can put it in a spray bottle and spray the weeds. 
Use higher acetic concentrations if possible.

When using any of the weed killer recipes that contain vinegar, you’ll need to re-apply it every seven to ten days for awhile. Vinegar doesn’t kill the root, so repeated applications will be needed to drain the weed’s resources and eventually the root will give out and perish as well.