MOZI-Q Homeopathic Insect Repellent — 30 tablets *Please see item detail for important information
*The usual MOZI-Q is NOW OUT OF STOCK AND NO LONGER AVAILABLE…however, we have a limited number of 30-Tablet Boxes of “Mozi-Q for Pets” which has the SAME formula in the SAME tablet form!
NOTE: Please note that homeopaths have used their medicines out of their original bottles even after 50 or 100 years and still found them very active. However, some homeopathic manufacturers place an expiration date on their bottles or boxes. Although most homeopaths ignore these dates, THIS product’s expiration date is 06/18.
What is Mozi-Q?
Mozi-Q is a homeopathic formula in the form of a chewable pill.
Ingredients: What’s in it?
Mozi-Q is a formula containing five homeopathic remedies (no lactose or alcohol in this product):
Wild Rosemary (Ledum palustre (leafy twigs)) 3 X
Dwarf Nettle (Urtica urens (whole plant)) 6 X
Grindelia (Grindelia (aerial part)) 6 C
Cedron (Cedron (seed)) 4 C
They are in low C and X potencies, thereby acting at the physical level for their common indication, to reduce the frequency and severity of insect bites.
Has it been studied?
In the ’60s a homeopath by the name of HR. Trexler studied Staphysagria for its effectiveness at preventing mosquito bites. In a study of 421 subjects over a 4 year period, he found this remedy to be 90% effective.
Tried and True!
The formulator tested this remedy in their clinic over four mosquito seasons and found the response from the public confirmatory of Trexler’s findings.
The principle behind it.
The founder of homeopathy, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann gave us the principle of homeoprophylaxis when he visited homes wherein one or several family members were stricken with Scarlet Fever. He gave the sick ones Belladonna, a match for the illness based on the Law of Similars. Those in the household exposed to the disease also received a dose of Belladonna to prevent them falling ill. Thus, the principle of dosing a remedy preemptively, ‘homeoprophlyaxis,’ became part of the practice of homeopathy.
Applied to Mozi-Q, remedies used for the treatment of insect bites and stings should prevent bites and stings…and, that’s what Trexler proved in his study.
Susceptible? That is the question!
In infectious illness or bug bites, we have seen that some folks are more susceptible than others. You may have a sister that never gets sick, and a brother that catches every cold and ‘flu’ going around. You may also have noticed that some get accosted by mosquitoes readily, get many bites that swell and drive them to distraction. Others in the same environment get only one or two bites that disappear quickly without much ado. Simply put, some are more susceptible than others. Mozi-Q is designed to change the individual’s susceptibility such that insects are less inclined to bite, and if they do, the effects of the bites subside quickly without the usual suffering.
The formulator of Mozi-Q has added four other plant remedies with similar indications to Staphysagria to cover the susceptibility of more people. In their homeopathic potencies, they are non-toxic and safe to use as indicated. At low potency, they do not interfere with other homeopathic treatment.
There are no interactions with medications or other treatments or preventative measures for bug bites. Homeopathic remedies are by definition non-toxic.
Directions of Use:
Adults chew 1 or 2 tablets daily, or every 2-3 hours, to a maximum of 8 tablets daily, or as
directed by a health care practitioner. Consult a health care practitioner before use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
Mozi-Q is a remedy that can reduce the frequency and intensity of bites from blood-sucking insects, including bed bugs. While care should be taken to check hotel room beds, if one is exposed, Mozi-Q will reduce the severity of rashes, reactions, as well as the number of bites.
Mozi-Q is a remedy that can reduce the frequency and intensity of bites from blood-sucking insects, including black flies. Be sure to take a dose toward the end of the afternoon, as they are most active in the last 2 or 3 hours of sunlight, and repeat every 2 to 3 hours while exposed.
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is a system of non-toxic medicine based on the Law of Similars*.
Is it safe?
It is non-toxic and doesn’t react with medications or herbs.
Do I chew or swallow Mozi-Q?
Mozi-Q works best if you chew it. Never fear, it tastes great!
What if Mozi-Q is not working for me?
If you are drinking alcohol, sweating hard due to heat or activity, have a high metabolism or are overweight, you may need to double up on the dose. Just take two tablets and repeat as needed.
Will stuff ooze from my skin?
It will not be apparent to you except that mosquitoes will not make a banquet out of you.
Does it need to build up in my system?
It does not need to build up in the system, though it can persist for more than a day, varying from person to person.
Can I drink alcohol with it?
No problem. Party!
Are there any side effects?
Will it better my golf score?
If swatting mosquitoes affects your swing, yes.
Does it taste bad?
Not much taste…a little sweet.
Does it work on other bugs?
How often should I take it?
Every 3-5 hours starting before you go outside.
How do I take it?
Allow the tablet to dissolve under your tongue.
Is it B Vitamins?
Are there contraindications?
It sounds like it would be full of chemicals, is it?
Homeopathic medicine is by definition non-toxic. The plant chemicals that go into it are diluted to non-toxic levels.
*law of similars in homeopathy, the principle that a substance that in large doses will produce symptoms of a specific disease will, in extremely small doses, cure it.
Some MEDIA REPORTS on Mozi-Q:
Health Canada approves this Mozi-Q:
A report from Tool Girl:
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