Bites and Stings

Update: March 12, 2021

Perelandra Spotlight

Bites & Stings

It's probably safe to assume that you, like so many folks, are planning to spend much more time outside this spring and summer than perhaps ever before. As temperatures go up, so will the local population of insects. With this increased insect activity comes an increase in irritating and sometimes serious challenges.

Whether you're walking or biking through wooded trails, having a picnic in the park, gardening in your yard or taking the dog around the block, give yourself the support provided by Bites & Stings.


All of the Perelandra Solutions for humans have a building effect when taken consistently over time. So, the sooner you get started, the more effective it can be in the coming months.

The Bites & Stings Solution is for humans only and it is to be taken twice daily for the first 3 months (once daily after that). It comes in a 2-oz. dropper bottle that yields around 150 doses, which will last one person approximately 2 months when taking it twice daily.

It is most helpful to begin taking Bites & Stings about one month prior to insect season, but if the season has already begun in your area, that's okay. You can start anytime.

If you have allergic reactions to insects that require allergy medicine, keep that medicine on hand until you are absolutely sure you don't need it.

Learn more and order the Perelandra Bites and Stings Solution

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Something else to consider . . .

If you want to address or prepare for a specific concern from a broader perspective, you can also begin taking any or all of these Perelandra Solutions twice daily:

Human Internal Parasites

Human External Parasites

Bacteria


Now we've got your brain gears turning! Biting and stinging insects carry and transmit bacteria. The Bacteria Solution pattern is working from the perspective of that group of microbes (hence the distinguishing "bacteria" in the name), enabling it to provide broad, unprecedented coverage.