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Re: [ft-l] Chiggers
- Subject: Re: [ft-l] Chiggers
- Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 06:32:36 -0400 (EDT)
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Whe I was active in the camping/hiking groups around Gainesville,FL, in the
1960s, one of our group never got chiggers. She had several medications for
allergies and one of them contained high doses of anti-histimines (sp?).
Whe she went off the medication a few years later, she started to get
chiggers. She had to return to the medications later, and her chigger
attacks disappeared. It looked like a good correlation to me, but there
could have been other things going on medically.
On Mon, 12 Apr 1999 Bluetrail@aol.com wrote:
> Okay, so now we know where to find chiggers in Florida. I found a bunch of
> them after doing two evening hikes and a workhike last week. They revealed
> themselves in all those unmentionable places (and I don't mean places on the
> Since we've been on the subject, does anyone have:
> 1. A surefire way to relieve the itching?
> 2. A surefire way to avoid attracting them in the first place? (I admit to
> having no bug spray on Wednesday or Friday evening.)
> Maybe when we finish chiggers, we can move on to discussing ticks.
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