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Re: [SCA-Herbalist] Mosquito repellent?

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  • Aurelia Coritana
    I think B12 might help too. My husband takes it by injection for other reasons, but almost never gets bitten. -Aurelia ... From: Amy Bernard
    Message 1 of 44 , Jul 4, 2006
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      I think B12 might help too. My husband takes it by injection for other reasons, but almost never gets bitten.
       
      -Aurelia

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      From: Amy Bernard <sparrowhawk9@...>
      To: SCA-Herbalist@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, July 4, 2006 8:45:10 AM
      Subject: Re: [SCA-Herbalist] Mosquito repellent?

      Specifically, that's vitamin B6.  A multi B won't work.
      We've had some success keeping the black flies away that way.  They fly around you, but don't actually land to bite.
       
      Amy

       
      On 7/2/06, Tradingpost <tradingpost@...> wrote:

      Basil works very well. They also tell me that you might need B vitamin
      supplements. Somehow extra B makes you unappetizing to those critters. I
      don't know if basil infused oil or tea might also work, but just rubbing a
      few leaves really does the trick.

      Barb




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    • Adhaniá
      Oh, if ONLY we could get *that* formula! LOL Adhaniá ... Naughty.naughty J Dianaim ... -- I saw this and my first thought was Did it work? Did you they (the
      Message 44 of 44 , Jul 11, 2006
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        Oh, if ONLY we could get *that* formula!  LOL

        Adhaniá
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        Naughty…naughty J

         

        Dianaim

         


         

        I saw this and my first thought was "Did it work? Did you they (the
        people) go away?"
        Avacyn, thinking of some people she wouldn't mind repelling... .

        >Etain,
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