Citriodiol® OLE repels deer ticks. Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (OLE) by Citrefine repelled deer ticks for almost 5 hours, EPA study finds. Citriodiol® OLE insect repellent approved by EPA for use on children of all ages.
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Citriodiol® OLE Oil of
Lemon Eucalyptus by
Citrefine Repels Deer
Ticks EPA Finds
Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (OLE) sold under the tradename
Citriodiol® OLE by Citrefine International Limited
repels deer ticks for almost 5
hours, study conducted for U.S.
Agency (EPA) submission
Results from a new 3-species tick study show Citriodiol® OLE insect
repellent provides 100% protection against deer ticks for an average of
290 minutes (almost 5 hours).
The 30% concentrated spray
formula, approved by the EPA,
can be used on children of all
Notable info about Citriodiol® OLE can be viewed
As the temperature rises this spring, so does the appeal of going outside
to connect with nature. Unfortunately, this also comes with an increased
prevalence of deer ticks.
Deer ticks are tiny hard-shelled
arachnids that hatch in the spring
and fall, feeding on humans, dogs,
deer and other mammals.
Deer ticks can transmit Lyme disease (borreliosis)
which has symptoms ranging from a
bulls-eye shaped rash, headache
and fatigue to facial palsy, arthritis,
and even inflammation of the brain
and spinal cord.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends
wearing suitable clothing, such as long pants and socks, and a proven tick
repellent when traveling into grassy or forested areas.
Families can now safely apply
Citriodiol® OLE insect repellent to
themselves and their youngest family
members as they enjoy the great
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