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Bug-free building with Mozi-Q pills

The black flies were noticeable and biting and I let them have their way with me, unprotected, for an hour, just to get a sense of how thick and hungry they were. About 20 minutes after chewing a Mozi-Q, the only flies still around me stayed a safe distance away, with just the occasional bump into my face or ear.


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July 30, 2013 by Steve Maxwell

How a sweet little pill keeps mosquitos and blackflies away

If youmozi-q ever work beyond city limits on outdoor projects, mosquitos and black flies can be a pain. And goopy, irritating bug repellant    isn’t much better. All of these are the reasons I was eager to try a homeopathic pill called Mozi-Q when I discovered it this past spring. The claim is that it stops biting insects from attacking for at least two hours after chewing and swallowing one little sweet pill.

This past May I climbed onto a roof at 7 am and began peeling off crunchy, 20-year-old shingles in cottage country. The black flies were noticeable and biting and I let them have their way with me unprotected for an hour, just to get a sense of how thick and hungry they were. About 20 minutes after chewing a Mozi-Q, the only flies still around me stayed a safe distance away, with just the occasional bump into my face or ear. There were certainly no bites until 2 pm, when I became lunch again. Another pill and more relief in 20 minutes until after the new roof was down and done by 6 pm.

Bottom line: Mozi-Q certainly worked for me. I gave some pills to friends and family and they all find near-perfect relief from all kinds of biting bugs. Even my naturally-skeptical wife is sold.  I’m told the product works just as well on horses and dogs, too.

You can learn more at www.mozi-q.com


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