Cape Cod Naturals Repellent flashback --- proud to donate bug & mosquito repellent to Boston area SummerFest & the NARA Park Acton 20th Anniversary Outdoor Concert Series --- here at the Yellow Brick Road's Tribute to Elton John! Local to NARA Park Acton in the Boston west burbs?
Our friend Moira at Acton Recreation shares the donated Cape Cod Naturals insect repellent spray when it gets buggy just after intermission!
Cape Cod Naturals in Acton MA? Pictured here during intermission with our friend Tony from the MWCOC Chamber of Commerce putting our famous bug shield around Tony so he can enjoy the concert bug-free.
Cape Cod Naturals Repellents safe, non-toxic repellent for people & pets that really works! Proud partner of the Lyme Awareness of Cape Cod & The Cape Cod National Seashore. We offer convenient flat-rate shipping -
$5.95 for *any size* order at www.CapeCodNaturals.com
PS Cape Cod Naturals is back in business after the Cape Cod Tornado hit! Everyone banded together to help one-another. Thank you to the first responders, businesses & community folks for coming together to move forward & clean-up in the aftermath. We appreciate your patience with any delay in order shipping delay iduring that time!
Enjoy the fun, safe healthy end of summer bug-free!
Don - Founder & Head of R & D (wintering in Key West!) for Cape Cod All Natural Repellents
Massachusetts Raises West Nile Risk - Says Take Precautions to Avoid Being Bitten by Mosquitoes #WestNile #mosquitoes #naturalrepellent
Yes, Cape Cod All Natural Bug Repellents offer Safe, Non-Toxic, all natural bug protection containing Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus is effective against mosquitoes including those carrying the West Nile virus
Shared from the MA Department of Public Health:
PRESS RELEASE Massachusetts public health officials raise West Nile virus risk level to moderate statewide.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts, 162 communities are already considered to be at moderate risk for West Nile virus. This is only the second time that public health officials have raised the risk level statewide. To date, there have been no reported human WNV cases in Massachusetts.
“The hot, humid weather in Massachusetts combined with frequent heavy rainfall has provided perfect conditions for mosquito species carrying West Nile Virus to breed,” said Public Health Commissioner Monica Bharel, MD, MPH. “I strongly encourage everyone to keep using insect repellant and to be especially aware of mosquito activity at dusk and dawn when the risk of being bitten by mosquitoes is greatest. Move indoors if you are getting bitten.”
While WNV can infect people of all ages, people over the age of 50 are at higher risk for severe disease. WNV is usually transmitted to humans through the bite of an infected mosquito. Most people infected with WNV will have no symptoms. When present, WNV symptoms tend to include fever and flu-like illness. In rare cases, more severe illness can occur.
“August and September are the months when most human cases occur,’’ said DPH State Epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Brown. “That’s why we are taking this step today so together we can help keep people from getting sick.”
Avoid Mosquito Bites
Apply Insect Repellent when Outdoors. Use a repellent with an EPA-registered ingredient (DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide), permethrin, picaridin (KBR 3023), oil of lemon eucalyptus [p-methane 3, 8-diol (PMD)] or IR3535) according to the instructions on the product label. DEET products should not be used on infants under two months of age and should be used in concentrations of 30% or less on older children. Oil of lemon eucalyptus should not be used on children under three years of age.
Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours. The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. Consider rescheduling outdoor activities that occur during evening or early morning in areas of high risk.
Clothing Can Help Reduce Mosquito Bites. Wearing long-sleeves, long pants and socks when outdoors will help keep mosquitoes away from your skin.
Mosquito-Proof Your HomeDrain Standing Water. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in standing water. Limit the number of places around your home for mosquitoes to breed by either draining or discarding items that hold water. Check rain gutters and drains. Empty any unused flowerpots and wading pools, and change the water in birdbaths frequently.
Install or Repair Screens. Keep mosquitoes outside by having tightly-fitting screens on all of your windows and doors.
Protect Your Animals Animal owners should reduce potential mosquito breeding sites on their property by eliminating standing water from containers such as buckets, tires, and wading pools – especially after heavy rains. Water troughs provide excellent mosquito breeding habitats and should be flushed out at least once a week during the summer months to reduce mosquitoes near paddock areas. Horse owners should keep horses in indoor stalls at night to reduce their risk of exposure to mosquitoes. Owners should also speak with their veterinarian about mosquito repellents approved for use in animals and vaccinations to prevent WNV and EEE. If an animal is suspected of having WNV or EEE, owners are required to report to DAR, Division of Animal Health by calling 617-626-1795 and to the Department of Public Health (DPH) by calling 617-983-6800.
More information, including all WNV and EEE positive results, can be found on the Arbovirus Surveillance Information web page at www.mass.gov/dph/mosquito or by calling the DPH Epidemiology Program at 617-983-6800.
It's Lyme Disease Prevention Month! Boston Globe highlights latest on tick borne illness and identification. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said illness from mosquitoes, ticks and flea bites more that tripled between 2004 and 2016. Your key armour against ticks? Knowledge plus plenty of bug repellent that is effective against the pesky creatures.
Happy safe outdoor season from all at Cape Cod All Natural Bug Repellents and our friends at Tickease too!
5 Healthy Tips to Repel Bugs & Mosquitos Naturally this Summer #repellent #ticks #mosquitos #natural
1. Use natural mosquito & tick repellent made with Oil of Eucalyptus –approved by the EPA as a safe effective non-toxic alternative to DEET.
2. Treat your clothes with mosquito repelling essential oil dryer sheets– socks, pants (even sneakers).
3. Protect your family by keeping your dogs & pets free from ticks - that can attach to your pets & come into your homes without an invitation.
4. Keep your yard free of standing water and piles of leaves & brush, which attract bugs & ticks.
5. Pack Cape Cod All Natural bug repellent in your Summer beach, camp or outdoor bag!
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Enjoy the Outdoors & Have a Happy Healthy Summer! Your Friends at Cape Cod All Natural
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