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RE: now Mosquito repellant - was-Advice for a Minnesota trip-Cyndi,Andrea,Cathy

Well if you find out more, do post a message.. even if it is privately to

I am allergic to most repellants (per the scratch test). Unfortunately last
year they decided to start biting me, so now I have do something about it! 


> Hey- did you hear that the CDC is recommending 2 new products for
> mosquito repellent.  One is a chemical that starts with "p"- can''t
> recall the name, and the other is oil of lemon eucalyptus.  So- you
> might want to check for these- they are supposed to work as well as DEET
> without the horrid smell and side effects.
> Theresa

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