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♻️ Mosquitoes Driving You BUGGY ?? ♻️ Mosquitos are Spreading Disease ♻️ There IS an ALL Natural Solution ♻️ EverSāfe™ ♻️ It Simply WORKS ♻️ Just ADD Water ♻️ Its SAFE and its GREEN ♻️♻️♻️♻️♻️♻️

May 2, 2015

♻️ Are Mosquitoes Making you totally Buggy. Now there really is an ALL Natural Solution with EverSāfe™. Bottom line, EverSāfe™ simply WORKS. To activate it, just add tap Water, within just ONE hour mosquitoes will not bite you or your pets. Most importantly, EverSāfe™ is SAFE, Non-Toxic, GREEN, and the Pyramid container is reusable.

♻️ EverSāfe™ is an All-Natural Mosquito Solutions for People & Pets. With EverSāfe™ you create a “People and Pet friendly” 10,000 square-foot Bite-Free ZONE in your front yard, back yard, side yard, dock side, campsite, tennis court, soccer and football fields, barns, garages, virtually any outdoor area, without toxic foggers, harmful sprays, powders or residues.

♻️ EverSāfe is packaged in a convenient GEO-Bag that has the active ingredient locked inside. Simply open the Bag as you would open a bag of snack foods. Add about 6 ounces of room-temperature water, gently move the bag from side to side to stir the contents. You are now ready to place the Bag about 20 feet from your Patio, Dock, Camping Tent. Best to hang the Green Bag on a twig in landscape shrubbery 18″ from the ground. Otherwise use a wire-clothes-hanger. The Geo Bag is pre-punched for this purpose.

♻️ EverSāfe is made entirely from plant extracts, and releases a safe, natural scent that’s irresistible to Female Mosquitoes and causes them Not to Bite.

♻️ Everything You Wanted to know about Mosquitoes, but were afraid to Ask. Interesting Factoids about these Blood-Sucking Pests that have been with us for over 200 Million Years. Below are some informal research results that contains many interesting facts about Mosquitoes, their origins, behavior, flying speed, distances traveled, eating habits, and more. Here are 70 Interesting Factoids about these Blood-Sucking Pests that have been with us on Earth for over 200 Million Years
🐜 Mosquito is a Spanish word for “little fly”
🐜 The word Mosquito reportedly originated in the early 16th century
🐜 In Africa, mosquitoes are called “Mozzies”
🐜 There are more than 3,500 species of mosquitoes globally
🐜 There are about 175 mosquito species found in the United States, with the Anopheles quadrimaculatus, Culex pipiens, and Aedes aegypti (Asian tiger mosquito) among the most common
🐜 The Anopheles quadrimaculatus is a malaria carrier
🐜 The Culex pipiens, and Aedesand aegypti are known to spread various forms of encephalitis
🐜 Only Female Mosquitoes Bite people and draw Blood
🐜 Both Male and Female mosquitoes feed mainly on fruit and plant nectar, but the Female also needs the protein in Human and Animal blood to help her eggs develop
🐜 Once the Female mosquito is filled with blood, she will rest for a few days before laying her eggs
🐜 Mosquitoes don’t have teeth causing a “bite” so the “bite” is really not a bite at all
🐜 The Female’s “bite” occurs when her long, pointed mouthpart called a proboscis punctures human or animal skin tissue
🐜 Female Mosquitoes use the serrated proboscis to pierce the skin and locate a suitable capillary, then draws blood through one of two tubes
🐜 A mosquito can “drink” up to three times its weight in blood, however, it would take about 1.2 million bites to drain all the blood from your body
🐜 Female mosquitoes can lay up to 300 eggs at a time
🐜 Usually, the eggs are deposited in clusters called rafts on the surface of stagnant water, or the the eggs are laid in areas that flood regularly
🐜 Mosquito Eggs can hatch in as little as an inch of standing water
🐜 Females will lay eggs up to three times in their lifetime
🐜 Mosquitoes spend their first 10 days of life in water
🐜 Water is necessary for the eggs to hatch into larvae, commonly called wigglers
🐜 Wigglers feed on organic matter in stagnant water and breathe oxygen from the surface
🐜 Wigglers then develop into Pupae and are partially encased in cocoons
🐜 Over several days, the Pupae change into adult mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes hibernate during “winter” months
🐜 Mosquitoes are cold-blooded and prefer temperatures over 80°F
🐜 At temperatures less than 50°F mosquitoes shut-down (hibernate) for the winter
🐜 Adult female mosquitoes of some species find holes where they wait for warmer weather, while others lay their eggs in freezing water and the mother mosquito dies
🐜 Mosquito eggs will survive the Winder until the temperatures rise above 50°F, causing them to can hatch
🐜 Female mosquitoes have a lifespan of 60 days or less under good conditions
🐜 Males mosquitoes have the shortest lifespan, usually 10 days or less under ideal conditions
🐜 Female mosquitoes lay eggs about every three days during that their lifespan
🐜 Females of the mosquito species that hibernate, may live up to six months including the hibernation period
🐜 Mosquitoes have six legs, a head, thorax, and abdomen.
🐜 The Mosquito’s head has two large compound eyes, two ocelli (simple eyes), two antennae and a proboscis which is the body-part that penetrates human skin, housing its two-tubes
🐜 Two large, scaled wings sprout from the thorax
🐜 Midges and Crane Flies are often mistaken for large mosquitoes
🐜 Biting Midges are smaller than Crane Flies, have shorter wings and tend to feed in swarms
🐜 Mosquito “traps” more often attract and kill biting midges
🐜 Crane flies are much larger than mosquitoes, up to 1½” long in some cases, do not bite, however, feed on Mosquitoes
🐜 Male mosquitoes locate Females by the sound of their wings
🐜 Females can beat their wings up to 500 times per second, and the Males pick out the higher frequency of those beats when seeking a mate
🐜 Mosquitoes do not generally fly very far or very fast.
🐜 Mosquitoes can fly distances of from one to three miles, and often stay within several hundred feet of where they were hatched
🐜 Salt Marsh Mosquito species can travel up to 40 miles
🐜 The top speed for a mosquito is about 2.2 feet per second, or 132 feet per minute, or 1½ miles per hour
🐜 Mosquitoes generally fly at or below an altitude of 25 feet
🐜 Some mosquito species have been found at extraordinary heights, including 8,000 feet up in the Himalayas Mountains
🐜 Mosquitoes can smell human breath
🐜 Mosquitoes have receptors on their antennae that detect the carbon dioxide released when humans and animals exhale. Those plumes of CO2 rise into the air, acting as flight-trails the mosquitoes follow to find a source of blood
🐜 Perspiration (human sweat) helps mosquitoes choose their victims
🐜 Human skin produces more than 340 chemical odors; some of these odors smell like “dinner” to mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes are fond of octenol, a chemical released in sweat, as well as cholesterol, folic acid, certain bacteria, skin lotions, and certain perfumes
🐜 Human and Animal Body-heat are markers, the target for mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes use heat-sensors around their mouthparts to detect the warmth of the human body, actually, the blood inside it, then land on you and locate the best plump capillaries for tapping
🐜 Mosquitoes feed day and night. Some species, like the Aedes are daytime biters, while others, like Culex, start biting at dusk and continue a few hours into dark
🐜 Mosquitoes have been around the earth since the Jurassic period, making them about 210 million years in existence
🐜 Mosquitoes have been mentioned throughout history, including in the written works of Aristotle around 300 B.C. and in writings by Sidonius Apollinaris in 467 BC
🐜 The bumps on one’s skin from mosquito bites are caused by mosquito saliva injected into the bite location
🐜 One tube housed within the proboscis draws blood, the second tube pumps in saliva containing a mild painkiller and an anti-coagulant
🐜 Most people after a mosquito “bite” react with minor allergic reactions to the mosquito’s saliva, causing the area around the bite location to swell and itch
🐜 Malaria is caused by a parasite that lives in mosquitoes. The parasite gets into the mosquito saliva and is passed on when the insect bites someone
🐜 West Nile and other viruses are passed the same way
🐜 Mosquitoes can also carry and pass on canine heartworm
🐜 West Nile virus came to the U.S. in 1999
🐜 Scientists first identified it in a feverish woman in Uganda, the West Nile district, in 1937
🐜 There were large outbreaks of the virus reported in Israel, South Africa, and Romania up through the late ’90’s
🐜 The West Nile virus first appeared in the United States in 1999 with an epidemic in New York City

♻️ Simply add water, to the Pyramid or Eco-Bag unit and place nearby, and enjoy an environment virtually free of mosquitoes and their troublesome bites for one week. It creates a Bite Free ZONE covering about 10,000 to 15,000 square feet around your Pool, Patio, Barbecue, Water front yard, Back Yard, Barn, Stable, Golf Putting Greens and Practice T’s, almost any out-door setting.

♻️ Mosquitoes: Are Mosquitoes Driving You Absolutely Buggy? Recently reported Mosquitos are Spreading Diseases. If mosquitoes bite an Animal or another Human, and then that same Mosquito then bites you… You could infected with the bacteria or viruses from the others that the mosquito recently drew blood from.

♻️ A Mosquito biting you is very similar to sharing Contaminated Hypodermic Needles. The Mosquito’s Proboscis functions as the insect’s hypodermic needle, as injects you, seeking a blood capillary under your skin. The scary part of the story: this same mosquito may have bitten a seriously diseased person 30 miles away several hours ago, then bit You. There is an All Natural Solution – EverSāfe™ ~ It simply WORKS, Just Add Water ~ Its SAFE and GREEN 🏇 ⛳️ ⚽️ ⚾️ ♻️

♻️ One EverSāfe™ Eco-Bag unit protects 1/3 of an acre, a 75 foot circle, 100 foot by 100 foot area, about the size of an average backyard. In most conditions, EverSāfe™ causes your yard full of mosquitoes to stop biting, in about two hours and lasts up to one full week. The container, either an Eco-Bag or the Green Pyramid’s tough exterior stands up to harsh environments, yet it’s small enough to blend in discreetly with your landscaping, yard, Golf Course, Barn, Athletic Fields, Theme Parks, Hotel Grounds, Putting Greens, Golf Driving Ranges.

♻️ Heavy Mosquito infestations or areas blocked by buildings, plants or trees, simply hang multiple EverSāfe™ bags around the perimeter of the area you want to protect. Position the bags 50 to 100 feet apart and 20 to 70 feet away from where people and pets are most likely to be. Keep the bag stationary and in one location, and your protection will last up to one week. EverSāfe will not work if it is in motion.

♻️ Take a moment to view the recent Newsy Coverage about EverSāfe™ aired recently in the Tampa market. http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/clip/10471277/battling-mosquitoes-10pm

♻️ To order this amazing Mosquito Solution on-line go to: https://www.eversafeusa.com/category/all/

♻️ EverSafe™ All-Natural Mosquito Control – Eco-Bag EverSāfe™ safely and effectively controls mosquitoes in virtually any outdoor environment. Simply add water, place EverSāfe™ outside and enjoy the outdoors again, Bite-Free.

♻️ Controls mosquitoes for 1 week
♻️ Protects 1/3 of an acre- the size of an average backyard, for larger yards use two or three EverSāfe™ units
♻️ Use in backyards, gardens, patios and pools, playgrounds, RV sites and campsites, driving ranges, sports fields, barns and stables, and more
♻️ Safe for the earth, people, pets and wildlife
♻️ 100% natural; made with plant and botanical ingredients
♻️ Nontoxic and DEET-free
♻️ EverSāfe™ replaces toxic foggers, messy lotions, and harmful sprays
♻️ Easy to place the Pyramid or hang the Eco-Bag in your landscape
♻️ Easy to use: just add Water
♻️ Expandable: use multiple units to protect larger areas or for heavy infestations
♻️ Small and portable, convenient of you are going Camping
♻️ No power, no candles, and no batteries needed
♻️ Recyclable Bag

♻️ EverSafe™ All-Natural Mosquito Control – Pyramid. With the EverSafe pyramid unit, you have the ultimate in all-natural mosquito protection for up to a full week! Plus, the pyramid unit is refillable for continued enjoyment! Place the pyramid unit outdoors on the ground, or close to the ground, on a stable surface 20 to 70 feet away from where people and pets are most likely to be. No power or batteries are needed, just add water.

♻️ One EverSāfe Pyramid unit protects over 15,000 square feet about a 75-foot radius. In most conditions, EverSāfe clears an area of biting mosquitoes in about two hours and lasts up to a full week. The EverSāfe Pyramid rugged exterior can withstand the harshest environments, yet it blends in discreetly with your landscaping or yard
♻️ Controls mosquitoes for 1+ week
♻️ Protects 1/3 of an acre — the size of an average backyard
♻️ Use in backyards, gardens, patios and pools, playgrounds, RV sites and campsites, driving ranges, sports fields, barns and stables, and more
♻️ Safe for the earth, people, pets and wildlife
♻️ 100% natural; made with plant and botanical ingredients
♻️ Nontoxic and DEET-free
♻️ Replaces toxic foggers, messy lotions, and harmful sprays
♻️ Easy to use: just add water
♻️ Expandable: use multiple units to protect a large area
♻️ Reusable and refillable
♻️ Small and portable: 5″ x 5″ x 5″ inches
♻️ No power or batteries needed
♻️ Recyclable
♻️ 1 EverSafe unit and 1 one-week activating packet
♻️ Refills sold separately

♻️ EverSafe™ Two-Pack Refill. Want more mosquito-free time outdoors? Our refill packets can refresh your pyramid unit for more EverSāfe™ results! Thoroughly rinse out the unit, add 1 cup of water and one EverSafe refill, and experience another full week of bite-free protection
♻️ For use with EverSāfe All-Natural Mosquito Control units
♻️ Each refill keeps mosquitoes away for up to a week
♻️ Safe for the earth, people, pets and wildlife
♻️ 100% natural; made with plant and botanical ingredients
♻️ Nontoxic and DEET-free
♻️ Replaces toxic foggers, messy lotions, and harmful sprays
♻️ Easy to use: just add water
♻️ Refill package contains 2 one-week activating packets: 1.41 Oz (40g) for each packet

♻️ Take a moment to view the recent Newsy Coverage about EverSāfe™ aired recently in the Tampa market. http://www.myfoxtampabay.com/clip/10471277/battling-mosquitoes-10pm

♻️ To order this amazing Mosquito Solution on-line go to: https://www.eversafeusa.com/category/all/


♻️ Mosquitoes ♻️ Are Mosquitoes Driving You Buggy ♻️ Mosquitos are also Spreading Diseases ♻️ There IS an All Natural Solution ♻️ EverSāfe™ ♻️ It simply WORKS ♻️ Just Add Water ♻️ Its SAFE and its GREEN ♻️

♻️ Everything You Always Wanted to know about Mosquitoes, but were afraid to Ask: 70 Interesting Factoids about these Blood-Sucking Pests that have been with us on Earth for over 200 Million Years
🐜 Mosquito is a Spanish word for “little fly”
🐜 The word Mosquito reportedly originated in the early 16th century
🐜 In Africa, mosquitoes are called “Mozzies”
🐜 There are more than 3,500 species of mosquitoes globally
🐜 There are about 175 mosquito species found in the United States, with the Anopheles quadrimaculatus, Culex pipiens, and Aedes aegypti (Asian tiger mosquito) among the most common
🐜 The Anopheles quadrimaculatus is a malaria carrier
🐜 The Culex pipiens, and Aedesand aegypti are known to spread various forms of encephalitis
🐜 Only Female Mosquitoes Bite people and draw Blood
🐜 Both Male and Female mosquitoes feed mainly on fruit and plant nectar, but the Female also needs the protein in Human and Animal blood to help her eggs develop
🐜 Once the Female mosquito is filled with blood, she will rest for a few days before laying her eggs
🐜 Mosquitoes don’t have teeth causing a “bite” so the “bite” is really not a bite at all
🐜 The Female’s “bite” occurs when her long, pointed mouthpart called a proboscis punctures human or animal skin tissue
🐜 Female Mosquitoes use the serrated proboscis to pierce the skin and locate a suitable capillary, then draws blood through one of two tubes
🐜 A mosquito can “drink” up to three times its weight in blood, however, it would take about 1.2 million bites to drain all the blood from your body
🐜 Female mosquitoes can lay up to 300 eggs at a time
🐜 Usually, the eggs are deposited in clusters called rafts on the surface of stagnant water, or the the eggs are laid in areas that flood regularly
🐜 Mosquito Eggs can hatch in as little as an inch of standing water
🐜 Females will lay eggs up to three times in their lifetime
🐜 Mosquitoes spend their first 10 days of life in water
🐜 Water is necessary for the eggs to hatch into larvae, commonly called wigglers
🐜 Wigglers feed on organic matter in stagnant water and breathe oxygen from the surface
🐜 Wigglers then develop into Pupae and are partially encased in cocoons
🐜 Over several days, the Pupae change into adult mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes hibernate during “winter” months
🐜 Mosquitoes are cold-blooded and prefer temperatures over 80°F
🐜 At temperatures less than 50°F mosquitoes shut-down (hibernate) for the winter
🐜 Adult female mosquitoes of some species find holes where they wait for warmer weather, while others lay their eggs in freezing water and the mother mosquito dies
🐜 Mosquito eggs will survive the Winder until the temperatures rise above 50°F, causing them to can hatch
🐜 Female mosquitoes have a lifespan of 60 days or less under good conditions
🐜 Males mosquitoes have the shortest lifespan, usually 10 days or less under ideal conditions
🐜 Female mosquitoes lay eggs about every three days during that their lifespan
🐜 Females of the mosquito species that hibernate, may live up to six months including the hibernation period
🐜 Mosquitoes have six legs, a head, thorax, and abdomen.
🐜 The Mosquito’s head has two large compound eyes, two ocelli (simple eyes), two antennae and a proboscis which is the body-part that penetrates human skin, housing its two-tubes
🐜 Two large, scaled wings sprout from the thorax
🐜 Midges and Crane Flies are often mistaken for large mosquitoes
🐜 Biting Midges are smaller than Crane Flies, have shorter wings and tend to feed in swarms
🐜 Mosquito “traps” more often attract and kill biting midges
🐜 Crane flies are much larger than mosquitoes, up to 1½” long in some cases, do not bite, however, feed on Mosquitoes
🐜 Male mosquitoes locate Females by the sound of their wings
🐜 Females can beat their wings up to 500 times per second, and the Males pick out the higher frequency of those beats when seeking a mate
🐜 Mosquitoes do not generally fly very far or very fast.
🐜 Mosquitoes can fly distances of from one to three miles, and often stay within several hundred feet of where they were hatched
🐜 Salt Marsh Mosquito species can travel up to 40 miles
🐜 The top speed for a mosquito is about 2.2 feet per second, or 132 feet per minute, or 1½ miles per hour
🐜 Mosquitoes generally fly at or below an altitude of 25 feet
🐜 Some mosquito species have been found at extraordinary heights, including 8,000 feet up in the Himalayas Mountains
🐜 Mosquitoes can smell human breath
🐜 Mosquitoes have receptors on their antennae that detect the carbon dioxide released when humans and animals exhale. Those plumes of CO2 rise into the air, acting as flight-trails the mosquitoes follow to find a source of blood
🐜 Perspiration (human sweat) helps mosquitoes choose their victims
🐜 Human skin produces more than 340 chemical odors; some of these odors smell like “dinner” to mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes are fond of octenol, a chemical released in sweat, as well as cholesterol, folic acid, certain bacteria, skin lotions, and certain perfumes
🐜 Human and Animal Body-heat are markers, the target for mosquitoes
🐜 Mosquitoes use heat-sensors around their mouthparts to detect the warmth of the human body, actually, the blood inside it, then land on you and locate the best plump capillaries for tapping
🐜 Mosquitoes feed day and night. Some species, like the Aedes are daytime biters, while others, like Culex, start biting at dusk and continue a few hours into dark
🐜 Mosquitoes have been around the earth since the Jurassic period, making them about 210 million years in existence
🐜 Mosquitoes have been mentioned throughout history, including in the written works of Aristotle around 300 B.C. and in writings by Sidonius Apollinaris in 467 BC
🐜 The bumps on one’s skin from mosquito bites are caused by mosquito saliva injected into the bite location
🐜 One tube housed within the proboscis draws blood, the second tube pumps in saliva containing a mild painkiller and an anti-coagulant
🐜 Most people after a mosquito “bite” react with minor allergic reactions to the mosquito’s saliva, causing the area around the bite location to swell and itch
🐜 Malaria is caused by a parasite that lives in mosquitoes. The parasite gets into the mosquito saliva and is passed on when the insect bites someone
🐜 West Nile and other viruses are passed the same way
🐜 Mosquitoes can also carry and pass on canine heartworm
🐜 West Nile virus came to the U.S. in 1999
🐜 Scientists first identified it in a feverish woman in Uganda, the West Nile district, in 1937
🐜 There were large outbreaks of the virus reported in Israel, South Africa, and Romania up through the late ’90’s
🐜 The West Nile virus first appeared in the United States in 1999 with an epidemic in New York City

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2 Comments
  1. lenhalley permalink

    Bob: A rehash of what you already have. 

    Thanks,  Butch

    Sent from my MetroPCS 4G Android device

    • Excuse me… the article is not a rehash, its a REMINDER now that we are getting ready for MOSQUITO season in the Southern USA, i 4 weeks MOsQUITO season Nationally.

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