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Ward off mosquitos with a patch

Those blood sucking mosquitoes are everywhere but, now a new patch can help ward them off.  It's called the "Don't Bug Me" patch and it looks just like those used to help smokers kick the habit.  It's made of all natural ingredients and all you have to do is slap it on and you're good to go.

"It's absorbed through your entire blood stream everywhere your blood flows your ears your nose everywhere your protected for up to 36 hours." says Trish Tompkins, Don't Bug Me patch inventor.  The active ingredients are Vitamin B-1 and aloe.  But, does it work? There are lots of users in a Texas town near Houston who say it does.

So far, there has been no U.S. scientific governmental testing of the product and the U.S. patent is pending.  But, to check it out for yourself, follow the link.

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