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Alarmingly Effective Insect Repellent Can Prevent Lyme Disease

Stop sign for ticks

A flash of panic ripped through my mind when I noticed the tick

...with fully half of its body embedded in my leg. The skin surrounding the bite was darkening as it turned necrotic.

My yoga workout was cut short as I frantically searched for some tweezers to dig the tick out, which wasn’t easy with it half-buried in my leg. I managed to pull out the tick and put it in a ziplock bag for lab analysis later.

I immediately made an appointment with my doctor for later in the day, but doctors have no good tests and few good weapons against Lyme disease.

As careful as I am, why did I end up with an engorged tick in my leg?

Because we live in a tick-infested area and the typical solutions this this problem are poisonous (more on that in a minute). First off...

I am a natural health freak.

At every opportunity, I take the 100% natural solution. You can't convince me that the right solution to most problems was cooked up in a lab somewhere with chemical compounds that you can't pronounce.

You can't trust the chemical or pharmaceutical industries.

The chemical industry in the United States will always find a solution for whatever ails you. The problem is that the solutions to even relatively benign problems are laced with toxins.

Generally speaking, companies don’t have to prove a product is safe in order to put it on the market. They just have to respond to complaints that their products are unsafe. In other words, you are their guinea pig.

The two main tick-killing products on the market use either DEET or Permethrin. DEET is a poison that you are supposed to spray on your skin. It’s more commonly used for mosquitoes and has to be specially formulated to repel ticks.

Permethrin is a neurotoxin that you are NOT supposed to spray on your skin. Instead, you are supposed to spray it on your clothes…but it’s still a neurotoxin. Oh, and it will kill your cat...and your fish.

Fortunately, I found a better way.

Try Cedar Oil Products Today

It's lethal to disease-carrying pests and harmless to beneficial insects (and to you and your family!) Cedar oil is a 100% natural treatment that is scientifically proven to be effective against ticks, mosquitoes and other unwelcome insects. Give it a try!

After a lot of searching and even more trial and error, I have found an effective solution that is 100% natural and non-toxic.

You know how chests and closets are made out of cedar? That’s the oldest trick in the book for keeping moths out of your clothing.

As it turns out that effect can be distilled, concentrated and applied to many insects beyond moths…including ticks. We’ve found that the distilled essential oil of the cedar wood tree is one of the most effective tick repellents you can buy.

It’s a miracle of nature because it kills harmful insects without harming beneficial insects. That’s a trick that would be nearly impossible for any chemist to devise.

Worried about the bees?

Cedar oil doesn’t harm them.

Butterflies?

They could care less.

But ticks, ants, or mosquitoes?

Dead, dead and dead.

I’ve sprayed it in my bathroom for silverfish and they die almost instantly.

Cedar oil kills insects in 6 different ways but the most direct method is that it suffocates them. Many insects just can’t breathe around cedar oil.

Try Cedar Oil Products Today

It's lethal to disease-carrying pests and harmless to beneficial insects (and to you and your family!) Cedar oil is a 100% natural treatment that is scientifically proven to be effective against ticks, mosquitoes and other unwelcome insects. Give it a try!

Repels insects like an invisible force field.

It’s not just a deadly killer, it’s a very effective repellent. I feel like I have an insect force field around me when I spray it on.

I spray a bit on the visor of my cap and all the buzzing around my head is silenced. And it smells like cedar!

You probably didn’t know this, but there are a wide variety of cedar oil products available (if you know where to look).

We spray it on our kids, our clothes and even our yard all summer long.

There are formulations for spraying on your yard, your dogs, even your livestock.

Best of all, it's no more expensive than the toxic chemicals.

Since we started using cedar oil I have never found another tick half-embedded in my body. And that’s the best proof I could ask for.

Avoiding devastating illnesses like Lyme disease is literally priceless.

So where do you get this stuff?

I found a specialty retailer that makes nothing but cedar oil. It’s made in different concentrations for different applications, depending on whether you’re using it for people, pets or yards. They use 100% Texas cedar oil (Juniperus ashei) and they formulate it for each different type of application so you know you're getting the right potency.

Try Cedar Oil Products Today

It's lethal to disease-carrying pests and harmless to beneficial insects (and to you and your family!) Cedar oil is a 100% natural treatment that is scientifically proven to be effective against ticks, mosquitoes and other unwelcome insects. Give it a try!

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Sabrina Wilson

Sabrina Wilson is a staff writer for the Organic Daily Post.

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