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:
- Ledum palustre
- Urtica urens
They are in low C and D 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!
We have tested this remedy in our 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.