reply to post by DocHolidaze
The same people that don't
get bothered by mosquito's too often, also don't get bit by other biting insects.
After moving into a new ground floor apt. near the beach in California.
I was covered by some kind of red itchy spots (belly. back, arms and legs)
There were at least 50 of these itchy spots.
I thought I had a disease and had no money for a Dr. so I ask a Pharmacist If he recognized what it was.
He ask me if I recently moved or got a new pet. I said I moved 2 days prior.
He told me they were Sand Flea bites and that I was getting bit while sleeping.
I ask what I could do to get rid of them and how to stop them from biting me.
He said" first
buy a couple of flea collars cut them into quarters and place at corners
and along edges of the mattress under the fitted sheet."
He handed me a bottle of Vitamin B Complex...said "take 4 of these a day until
you can smell the Vitamin B through the palms of Your Hands
, then one a day after that"
I want you to find a stray dog let it run through your apartment for a a couple of days
and let then let it go it go"
(I did not do this but I did get a spray that worked)
Why do some folks get bit and others don't?
They have a higher count of B Vitamin in their system.
and the little pests don't like the smell or taste.
I don't blame them It has a nasty smell, But it worked for me.
Try a B complex every day or change your diet to include more of the B's. I swear It Works.
I get ask all the time why I don't bet eaten up by the 'skeeters while others are slapping away