Zika Virus and Bug Bite Thing
Because the Bug Bite Thing helps with mosquito bites and mosquito bite relief, we get a lot of questions about the Zika Virus. Most questions are about preventing issues or avoiding the virus altogether. Obviously, the best way to avoid the virus is to avoid being bitten by an infected mosquito.
Avoiding mosquitos altogether may be unavoidable in some areas and we're asked about the Bug Bite Thing and its ability to prevent catching the virus if a person gets a mosquito bite. Unfortunately, the Bug Bite Thing is not a prevention or cure for the Zika Virus. However, given the fact that the Bug Bite Thing is a poison extractor and all natural, it extracts the poison and other elements that a mosquito may inject during a bite.
Therefore, although not a prevention or cure, the Bug Bite Thing may help as first aid after receiving a mosquito bite. If you are bitten by a mosquito and have concerns about the Zika Virus, you must see a doctor immediately after being bitten. Either way, as part of first aid, you may want to have a Bug Bite Thing available to treat the bite prior to seeing a doctor. If you do not have concerns about getting the Zika Virus, the Bug Bite Thing will help with relief from the discomfort and itch of your mosquito bite.
To learn more about the Bug Bite Thing and how it works on mosquito bites, see the How It Works section of this website. You'll learn how to get relief from mosquito bite itchiness without the use of chemicals.
The Bug Bite Thing and its manufacturer are not licensed doctors and any questions or concerns should be addressed with a licensed medical professional. Here are links to more information about the Zika Virus:
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization
- Web MD
For first aid assistance and mosquito itch relief, purchase a Bug Bite Thing before mosquito season is in full swing.
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