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Posted: May 13, 2017
Bites Stings Suckers Season
Insect season isn't "coming soon" . . . it's here!
Bites Stings Suckers Solutions

Do you work, rest, play or walk outdoors? This important reminder is for you!

We are already into "bites, stings and suckers" season and, oh wow dang, it looks like we're having one heck of a tick season here in the U.S.

If you thought our last encouraging message about these Solutions was too soon, well, now you might be playing catch-up with your Perelandra Solutions instead of preparing. So don't ignore this email! Here's why we’re so concerned:

It's not just ticks! After a warmer-than-usual winter and heavy rains this spring, many areas now have the perfect conditions for a proliferation of mosquitoes, black flies, fleas, mites, no-see-ums . . .

If you enjoy camping, hiking, gardening, playing sports, biking, birdwatching, walking the dog, simply relaxing in your yard or anything else that takes you outside, add the support provided by these Perelandra Solutions to your daily routine.

Each Solution comes in a 2-oz. dropper bottle, which will last one person, dog or cat about 3 months when taking it twice daily. The sooner you get started and the more consistent you are with the doses, the more effective they can be.

Take the comprehensive approach with PIC List Testing.

PIC Librarian

The Perelandra Information Center (PIC) offers information about all of the Perelandra Solutions and how they are working with you.

You can use PIC List Testing to combine a personalized group of Perelandra Solutions and Essences to give you broad, effective results when addressing a specific issue (or for your general health).

If you're concerned about a particular insect or what that insect can transmit, you can do a PIC List test for it, to find the combination of Solutions and Essences that will best strengthen you.

PIC for Animals

Ideally, you would start this 1-2 months prior to the season so that you'll have time to build up well before the challenges arise. But you can start anytime. Now would be good!

"Bee" Prepared!


A little prevention can go a long way. Remember to be practical out there. Here are a few simple "rules" we follow:

  • Avoid wearing perfume and using scented bath products. Insects will be super interested in checking out those smells!

  • Wear light colors when you're going to be outdoors. Not only does it make it easier for you to spot an insect crawling on you, but ticks, mosquitoes and other bugs seem to be more attracted to darker colors.

  • Tuck your pants into your socks or boots, and wear a hat when you go for a walk in the woods. No, ticks don't "fly" — they usually crawl right up from your feet — but they do fall out of trees onto passersby!

  • When you come back from a walk, brush yourself and your animals off before you go into the house.