Product FAQs

Initially when you start the machine, mosquitoes will be cleared in the first thirty minutes itself. If they do find an escape route they will try to run away from the herbal fumigated atmosphere (human body does not feel that) or they are confined to the corners and will die or get intoxicated over a period of time.

General FAQs:

Mosquitoes live and breed in clogged rain gutters, discarded tires, unattended pools, air coolers, potted plants etc.

Mosquitoes are most active during the night; however some species are more active during the day. Their activity peaks during the evening time.

Most mosquitoes prefer stagnant water to lay their eggs, because in flowing water the eggs would simply get washed away.

Some of the mosquito-borne diseases are Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Zika fever, Lymphatic filariasis, Japanese Encephalitis etc.

  • Prevent mosquitoes from entering your house with tightly attached doors and windows
  • Empty items that hold water, such as flower pots, buckets, drums, swimming pools etc.
  • Start wearing loose pants, long- sleeve shirts, socks etc.
  • Use Goodhealth Mosquito repellent

Disease FAQs

Malaria is a serious and life-threatening mosquito-borne disease that is transmitted through the bite of an infected female Anopheles mosquito. Malaria is most predominant in tropical and sub-tropical countries and more than 4 million people die every year due to malaria.

Symptoms typically develop within 10 days to 4 weeks of infection. But in some cases, they may not develop for several months as the parasites stay dormant. Malaria can cause high fever, chills, and flu-like symptoms. Common symptoms can include profuse sweating, headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, anemia, muscle pain, blood stools, convulsions etc.

Malaria is caused by a parasite, Plasmodium- the main cause of the infection. The parasite can be spread to humans through the bite of infected mosquitoes. P. falciparum and P. vivax are the most dangerous of the five parasites which spread malaria. It can also be spread through infected blood from someone during a blood transfusion and also from mother to fetus during pregnancy.

It’s important to get medical care as quickly as possible because early diagnosis can help treat and control malaria effectively. Treatment, when given, aims to eliminate the Plasmodium parasite from the bloodstream. Medication based on the type of parasite present in the bloodstream is given and medications should be changed to prevent a relapse in the future.

  • Take antimalarial tablets if you're visiting an area where there's a malaria risk.
  • Sleep under a mosquito net.
  • Cover your skin or use bug sprays.
  • Use Goodhealth herbal mosquito repellent in your home

Research is ongoing to develop effective vaccine for malaria. In Europe one vaccine has already got a license but nothing in the U.S.

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