Does Frontline Repel Ticks

Does Frontline Repel Ticks? Tick populations are increasing and can spread tick-transmitted diseases to humans and pets. Frontline is well known among pet owners and a popular spot-on preparation. The active ingredient Fipronil acts directly on the nervous system of ticks and other bloodsucking pests. Fipronil is a so-called antiparasitic. So to the question: does frontline repel ticks? Not really repel, but it kills ticks when they get in contact with it. How does Frontline repel ticks? As an antiparasitic, Frontline […]

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Does Eucalyptus repel Ticks

does eucalyptus repel ticks

Eucalyptus Oil to Keep off Ticks Eucalyptus oil is a strong essential oil distilled from the leaf of the Eucalyptus tree (Eucalyptus globulus). It is an evergreen tree native to Australia but is today cultivated worldwide. Eucalyptus essential oil is colorless and has a strong sweet and woody scent. It is extracted from the leaves of the eucalyptus tree using steam distillation. Does eucalyptus repel ticks? The Australian aborigines have known long before the arrival of Europeans on their continent […]

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Does Tea Tree Oil repel ticks

does tea tree oil repel ticks

Does tea tree oil repel ticks The tea tree is native to Australia’s swampy forests around Queensland. It has long been used by the Australian Aborigines to treat minor skin irritation and keep away skin and hair vermin. Tea tree oil is very useful in making natural repellent as it has quite a strong smell that irritates blood-sucking pests. Tea tree oil is inexpensive and non-toxic when used externally as recommended. It must NOT be taken internally and is NOT recommended for children. Always read the label and use tea tree oil only […]

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Coconut Oil, a natural way to repel ticks

coconut oil for insect repellent and tick repellent

Coconut Oil Tick Repellent ??? Coconut oil has hundreds of uses among them is the use of coconut oil for insect repellent. It can be used as a  natural way to repel ticks as the scent of coconut oil irritates the senses of bugs and ticks making it more difficult for these nasty pests to locate their next victim. The good thing about coconut oil is that it can be applied directly to the skin with no irritation. The oil is […]

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Tick Repellent Clothing Treatment

tick repellent clothing

Repel Ticks with Permethrin Treated Clothing  The CDC says that incidents of Lyme disease are up by as much as 10 times over the past years. This is because ticks have spread to more areas in the country due to warmer weather in the recent past. For anyone spending a lot of time outdoors, Lyme disease and other tick-transmitted diseases are a real danger. There is also the Zika virus carried by mosquitoes. In addition to applying insect repellent, it is […]

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