- Why biting insects are attracted to some people more than others
- A natural Deet free insect repellent that really works
- Great for midge season, exotic holidays, or hot weather in the British countryside: natural prevention of bites
Gotta love the British.
We complain about the cold and rain in winter…
Then turn to endless gripes about how hot it is in summer.
That is, of course, unless it’s rainy.
In that case we tut and ask ourselves “where’s all the nice the weather gone?”
But I have to say….
It’s been properly HOT lately, hasn’t it?
Seriously – the ROADS ARE LITERALLY MELTING.
And I don’t know about you, but there’s been an explosion in insect life at the Sampson household.
We live in semi-countryside so you’d expect it a bit. And I love the natural world – it’s full of wondrous medicines – but…
My wife is a magnet for insect bites.
Doesn’t matter where we go, I always wake up with maybe the odd red dot if I’m unlucky… while she looks like she’s developed measles overnight.
You’ll find there’s always one in a relationship…
Someone who gets bitten, and the other who feels glad that the other person is the mosquito magnet.
It’s largely my wife’s blood that’s at fault…
Research has shown that people with Type O blood (like my wife) are twice as attractive to mosquitoes than those with Type A blood.
Type B people fall somewhere in the middle…
She’s also one of these people who gets really hot in warm weather. So she sweats in her sleep (she’s going to love me for sharing this!).
Again, mosquitoes love the smell pf lactic acid, uric acid, ammonia and other chemicals that come out when you sweat.
So that’s Mrs Sampson for you – a COCKTAIL of deliciousness for biting insects.
Which means she’s always desperate for the latest repellents.
Particularly when we go abroad!
But if you’ve ever tried traditional repellents with DEET in them, you’ll know that they’re best avoided.
That stuff is awful. It’s a smelly, greasy, oily chemical that’s best not put on your skin unless you’re in the middle of the Amazon rainforest and it’s an emergency.
“We think that DEET and other chemical-based repellents should be used only if other, safer methods don’t work for you,” says Urvashi Rangan, director of Consumer Reports’ Food Safety and Sustainability Centre in the USA.
A healthy alternative that works just as well
Thanks to years working as a health writer, my “natural is probably better” mantra has rubbed off on my wife.
So she buys an armoury of candles, incense sticks, nets and special deodorants.
Some of these are okay. But the natural versions are quite weak in comparisons to the chemical versions.
However, I’ll tell you what…
We’re tried a lot of things and THIS stuff is the business. it really does the job. With this super-powerful natural repellent there’s no DEET, no smell and no oily residue.
Just natural ingredients.
So whether your sworn enemy is the midge, the irritating wasp, gnats or the mosquito, try out a couple of bottles and see what happens: Natural Repellent
Straight outta Mississippi…
The story of this natural repellent began in Mississippi after the flood in 2008.
Gnats were making it hard for workmen trying to assess the damage.
That was, until a local housewife named Freda Sojka handed them a bottle of a concoction made by her cousin.
It contains a blend of lemongrass, lemon, vanilla, Castor Oil, water, soya lecithin and vitamin E.
Not an artificial compound in sight!
The workmen were so delighted with the results that the boss got to hear about it.
Thus began the word-of-mouth buzz (sorry for the pun) that ended up with this repellent in the hands of a UK businessman called Will Perie.
It’s thanks to him that Freda’s Bug Soother is available now in the UK.
If you’re quick there’s a limited offer – two bottles at a special price. You can take this repellent, use it and if you’re not totally convinced that this works brilliantly, send the bottle back within 90 days for a full refund… that INCLUDES the postage you pay to return them.
In other words, you don’t lose a single penny.
I’ve got some old university friends who now live in the Scottish Highlands and they use this to fend off midge mayhem during May to September.
But this is ideal whatever your circumstances…for instance if you live in the countryside…. do a lot of outdoor activities like hiking, camping and fishing… or plan on going to hot exotic countries on holiday.
For more on this offer, check out our webpage here.
Oh, one final thing….
Ever wondered why mosquitos divebomb your head at night or roar past your ears?
It’s annoying isn’t it?
But it’s not happening by accident.
It’s because we exhale carbon dioxide as we breath, and this gas attracts mosquitoes!
If you’re sick of being pestered all night by buzzing bloodsuckers, check this out: natural repellent that really works.
Until next time,
Stay Healthy and Naturally Insect-Free