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How to Eat Sulfur for Mosquito Repellent

by Rebecca Walker
People are increasingly concerned about the potential negative affect of chemical mosquito repellents on the human body. In a search for non-harmful mosquito repellents numerous alternatives have been developed. There is no hard evidence to support the belief that eating sulfur will repel mosquitoes...
  • Vicki Jordanides

    How to Eat Sulfur for Mosquito Repellent - My dad used to have tablets containing sulfur and cream of tartar that tasted like lemon. He would have us chew one before we went out. It really did stop the chiggers from biting.

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