Joined 5 years ago from Carrboro
I am a retired biochemist. Several years ago I started to be bitten by unseen flying insect. The itching was unbearable. I searched the web and I found I was bitten by bird mites. That website was Squidoo. We sufferers exchanged information, but the website suddenly diapppeared. Since then I have found the methods to be relieved from that ordeal. Later I found a "Petition2Congress" on the website, describing thousands of people around the world are suffering from sever itching and stinging bites, and visiting doctors and spending money on senseless remedies, in a desperate attempt to put an end to the suffering. I did not know how to inform my finding then. Very recently I found the website Hubpages and I have decided to report how I have solved this ordeal hoping it would be a help to fellow sufferes.
3 years ago
Unique characters of bird mites, the effective repellent and the methods to eliminate bird mites from the residence are presented. Insecticide for the bird mite is suggested.
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