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    Emu Joy Bug Bite Stick - All Natural Fast Relief for Bug Bite Itch, Mosquito Bites, Bee Stings, Poison Ivy, Cuts, Scrapes & Chapped Skin with On the Go Stick
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    • DON'T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT IT - Keep yourself, your family, kids and your friends itch free with the On the Go Stick. Available in a MONEY-SAVING 3-PACK so you'll always have one handy. Keep them in your back pack, purse, first aid kit, tackle box, saddle bag, medicine cabinet and travel kit.
    • STOP ITCHY BITES FROM RUINING YOUR FUN - Handy pocket size twist up stick is easy to carry so you can always be prepared when insect bites happen (and they always do!) If you or someone you know is sensitive or allergic to mosquito bites this convenient itch reliever will be YOUR NEW FAVORITE SUMMER FIND
    • STOPS ITCH AND PAIN FAST thanks to the deep penetrating power of emu oil. Emu oil absorbs into the skin faster and better than any other oil because it's so similar in composition to our own skin oil. This makes it the perfect base oil to carry the other anti itch and skin soothing ingredients with it for MAXIMUM EFFECT
    • MORE USES - bumps, bruises, small cuts, scratches, chapped lips, sunburn, minor campfire burns, dry skin, CPAP machine nose sores, poison ivy and oak, eczema and other bites like chigger, flea, spider mite, gnat, bed bug, no-see-um and horse fly
    • SAFE & EASY FOR CHILDREN TO CARRY & APPLY THEMSELVES - It's the perfect bug bite thing to bring to camp. Works for bites, bumps, bruises and scratches. This all natural treatment is solid like a lip balm, so there's NO DRIPPY MESS, NO ODOR and NO STING when applying, and it's completely natural and safe for all ages.

    Bee Propolis Throat Spray by Beekeeper’s Naturals | Premium 95% Bee Propolis Extract | Natural Throat Relief and Immune Support | Great for Kids
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    • Other brands often cut corners by sourcing cheap, adulterated, pesticide-laden honey. Beekeeper's Naturals propolis comes from remote apiaries in the mountainous regions of Canada and is among the purest and most sustainably-sourced on earth.
    • NATURAL, THE WAY MEDICINE SHOULD BE: Contains only three natural ingredients: high-grade Canadian bee propolis extract, non-GMO vegetable glycerin, and purified water. Spray safely with a natural product that is painstakingly tested for quality & potency.
    • MEDICINE THAT ACTUALLY TASTES GOOD: A unique alcohol-free propolis formula that tastes awesome! No dreading the taste every time. The best part? There are never any added flavors, additives or refined sugars to our clean natural formula.
    • Paleo Friendly, Gluten Free, and all natural. Contains no: artificial preservatives, colors, refined sugar, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, soy, dairy, egg.
    • GETTING SICK SUCKS: No one likes a dry cough, sore throat, cold, flu or laryngitis. Bee propolis is nature's ultimate protector and the hive's immune system. It has been used for centuries for immune support, sore throats and combating various ailments.

Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP | Food & Beverage Litigation Update

According to the sanctum sanctorum, scientists detected a known paper-wasp and bumblebee leech, the phorid fly Apocephalus borealis, in 77 percent of honeybee hives sampled in the San Francisco court, as well as in commercial hives located in South Dakota and

If Kissing or Sex Leaves You Tingly, Is It Love or Allergies? Intimate ...

Symptoms group swelling of the lips or throat, rash, hives, itching and wheezing. Nutriment allergies affect about 2 to 3 percent of adults and 5 to 7 percent of children in the US population, or more than 7 million people, according to the ACAAI.

For one Zimbabwean village Bee is for Better Future

By creating and maintaining hives they will be encouraging and supporting bees. “Not to mentioning what a great study tool it will be for the younger villagers. They will be learning about description firsthand.” The pair has set themselves a target of raising

Local Hungry Families Helped By Urban Farmer

Terry currently cares for three egg-laying hens and two hives of bees at his accessible in his Broadmoor neighborhood. He is doing so illegally, but not entirely hidden from megalopolis authorities. (Two city council members have actually been into his yard,

Children's Zyrtec Hives Relief same as Children's Zyrtec for allergies?

I usually take Children's Zyrtec for allergies daily but now at my house I only have a Children's Zyrtec for Hives Relief. Are these the same? I'm guessing they're not.
And no, I don't have hives.


Hives are another symptom of allergies. A lot of people will take Benedryl or something like that for both the itchy eyes, stuffy nose allergies and for hives. It may not be quite as effective, but it won't hurt you and it should still help.


Same thing. It's all in the marketing. Both have 5mg cetirizine per dose,


they probably are, maybe slightly different strengths? Is the active ingredient, "Certizine" i may have spelled that incorrectly, thats the active ingredient in regular Zyrtec. Probably the same idea as tylenol simply sleep, or unisom being

Has anyone here ever given their dog, Children's Liquid Benadryl?I?

Last night, my Chihuahua Lucy, was bitten by something.
This is Lucy!
http://www.flickr.com/photos/11921192@N0 2/2842145208/
I think it was either a Spider or a Large Ant. I think it got her on her back leg. I saw her jump when it


What bothers me is when your dog is clearly having signs of being overall normal, and may have suffered a small bug bite, I don't think its necessary to suggest going to the vet. I notice this forum suggests the vet for EVERYTHING. If your dog is eating,


No. Take her to the vet. Don't self-medicate your dog. The vet tech hasn't seen your dog. I wouldn't trust that she could give a good diagnosis over the phone.


Take your dog to the vet. Never give your dog anything that your vet has not okayed. If the vet tech said no then don't even think about it. Get an appointment to see the vet if the itching continues.