Why Ticks N All is the best tick & mosquito repellent available.
- Lyme Literate Doctor Created
- All Natural Formula – No harmful chemicals
- Safe on Children & Pets
- Benefits Lyme Disease researchVisit Ticks N All here.
It’s summertime!! Time to sit in the sand, enjoy picnics with friends, and lie in the grass to watch the clouds go by. Just to be on the safe side, you cover yourself in bug spray. One that you bought at the local store when you picked up that extra bag of ice or flip flops. You’ve heard about all the infections that can be spread by mosquitoes, fleas, spiders, flies and ticks. Every year it seems like the list just keeps getting longer; West Nile Virus, Zika, Lyme Disease and now Powassan. You want to have fun, but you want to stay healthy.
About other repellents:
However, while that bug spray containing Deet (and other chemicals that help boost it’s effectiveness) may work as a bug spray, they’re pesticides. You wouldn’t go roll around on the lawn after it’s been treated with a pesticide, would you? Or set your dog loose on to roll around in it? Then why on Earth are you intentionally spraying that stuff on the largest organ on your body; your skin?
This summer, the tick population is expected to boom and there is increased evidence that aside from ticks, mosquitoes, fleas and even some flies can carry Lyme disease. Even the CDC states that there are more than 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease each year.
The problem with “traditional” insect repellents, they are full of chemicals that are also causing you harm in other ways. Did you know that according to the EPA, DEET, the most highly touted and recognized ingredient in commercial bug sprays, “. . . is efficiently absorbed across the skin and by the gastrointestinal tract. Blood concentrations of about 3 mg/liter have been reported several hours after dermal application in the prescribed fashion. 9” Plus, Deet “tends to leave an oily residue on the skin, and may dissolve plastic or other synthetic materials such as clothing, wrist watches and other objects.”
That is in addition to the adverse side effects it can have on you or your children. “Great caution should be exercised in using DEET on children. A wide variation in applied concentrations has been associated with the reported cases of pediatric seizures or major effects.” That doesn’t sound like a “minimal-risk pesticide” to me.
Don’t cancel your hiking trip, just yet. There is something out there that works great and comes from the place we all love to enjoy.
About Ticks N All:
Good old Mother Earth, herself. Ticks-N-All is a great, natural (NO CHEMICAL) bug spray that is safe for adults, children and even your pets! Every ingredient comes from nature. Which would you rather put on you/your child/dog; “N,N-diethyl-3-methylbenzamide (also and formerly known as N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide, DEET)” among many other similar sounding chemicals, or coconut oil, peppermint oil, and rosemary oil? Those are just a few of the natural, non-toxic, oils used in Ticks-N-All that give it a nice light citrus, floral fragrance. You won’t get that with N,N-diethy-3-methylbenzamide. Did I mention it’s safe for your pets? Dogs and cats?
Is it effective? Absolutely. Ticks-N-All was created by a Lyme Literate doctor or LLMD. Professionals who see first-hand the devastation of tick borne disease and are trying to prevent them.
Ticks-N-All comes in full size spray bottles, travel size, and wipes for on the go.
But wait, there’s more!! Ticks-N-All has also teamed up with Lyme Warrior to help raise money for Lyme Disease research. When you buy Ticks-N-All from the link below 20% of each purchase will go to Lyme Warrior, a non-profit spreading Lyme disease awareness and raising money for Lyme disease research. How great is that?!? Seriously, Ticks-N-All is a great, effect, natural product that is safe for the entire family. What better way to enjoy all those fun summer activities than knowing you truly are keeping your family safe, inside and out?
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