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Mozi Q reduces the frequency of bites. The ones you do get hurt less. It's safe for kids. And yes, you may have a glass of wine or two when you take the tiny tablets, which should be about a half hour before you go out.
This piece was supposed to start with a brilliantly written ode to glorious late spring weather. Ahem - hold that thought. This too shall pass.
In the meantime, be aware that cooler, damper weather may encourage mosquitoes and pesky black flies. Both can be a buzzkill - as the youngsters say - at any outdoor get together.
Mozi-Q is a new a homeopathic, chewable pill that reduces
the frequency and severity of insect bites. More soon on this - just wanted you, dear reader, to have the website link now.
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