Here’s The Common OTC Vitamin You Can Take That Will Stop Mosquitos From Ever Biting You Again…

Updated June 9, 2016

When it comes to a perfect summer, the only thing that can take away from the experience are mosquitoes. These common blood sucking parasites are found all over the world and always seem to be right nearby when you most want some time alone.

Whether you’re planning a camping trip or just want to go for a walk outside in the woods this summer, mosquitoes will be there. Want to go kayaking or fishing on a lake? Mosquitoes will be there.

During these three months of amazing weather, humanity becomes food for these mosquitoes. And there’s very little we can do about it…Or is there?

Scroll down for a sure-fire solution to beat the mosquitoes this season!

We’ve already shared with you why mosquitoes tend to pick on certain people. It could be there blood type. It could be the amount of carbon dioxide they’re releasing into the environment. It could be the fact that they’re sweaty.

Whether or not you’re a mosquito magnet of not, there’s a simple way to prevent yourself from getting eaten alive this season.

According to YouTube channel Shepherd School, an all-natural vitamin complex can help keep mosquitoes at bay. What is it? Vitamin B1.

Just a single daily dose of Vitamin B1 can be highly effective at keeping mosquitoes off your skin.

As the YouTuber describes in the now widely popular video, the vitamin makes your sweat take on a subtle scent that the blood suckers simply hate. While you won’t notice a difference in your body odor, mosquitoes will and they’ll stay away.

Before you jump to the bug sprays which are loaded with deet and other insecticides that are bad for you as well as the bugs, try ingesting this dietary supplement. Not only will it keep mosquitoes away from you, Vitamin B1 offers other benefits too:

Thiamine is Vitamin B1. It’s a vital human nutrient that belongs to the Vitamin B complex.

  • It helps you convert the carbohydrates you eat into glucose in your blood
  • It helps you break down fats and proteins
  • Maintains muscles in the digestive tract
  • Promotes nervous system health
  • Promotes good health in your skin, hair, eyes, mouth, and liver
  • It also helps your body withstand stress

You’ll naturally find thiamine in spinach, tuna, green peas, sunflower seeds, and more sources.

But grab yourself a pack of vitamins from the pharmacy and start fighting off those pesky mosquitoes today.

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