Unfortunately, chiggers are sometimes the result of spending time outdoors. Learn how to use sulfur powder and other herbs to get rid of them with the helpful advice from an expert herbalist in this free video on herbal remedies for chiggers.
Expert: ROBERT LINDE
Bio: Robert Linde is an acupuncture physician and registered herbalist.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
Series Description: Many herbs can be used to treat common ailments and conditions. Understand how you can incorporate these herbs into your daily diet with the helpful advice from an expert herbalist in this free video series on herbal remedies. Video Rating: / 5
Anyone with pets can attest that fleas have been particularly bad this season! In addition to fleas, your pets might be harmed by other unwanted pests in your yard as well. This all-natural solution will tackle three major problems with one stroke. Video Rating: / 5
http://www.survivalnewsonline.com — While filming a Survival Tips segment in a bamboo patch I got into a chigger nest. I had dozens of chiggers on my pants, but I took care of it with some common rubbing alcohol. You can also use turpentine or petroleum products, but don’t dance with the devil while you’re pouring that stuff. Chiggers look just like a tick, but much smaller. They don’t burrow into your skin — that’s a myth. They stay on the surface of your skin and bite, and because they’re so tiny they’re pretty hard to pull off once they latch on.