It's summertime, which means outdoor play, hiking, gardening — and tick bites. The creepy crawlies tend to latch on during the summer months and these arachnids are ubiquitous throughout the U.S - yet especially in Minnesota, Wisconsin & the New England States.
- THERE IS A GOOD CHANCE THAT RIGHT NOW YOU KNOW OF SOMEONE WHO HAS CHRONIC LYME DISEASE.
- THERE IS ALSO A GOOD CHANCE THAT SOMEONE YOU KNOW RIGHT NOW HAS LYME DISEASE YET IS UNAWARE OF IT AFTER BEING MISDIAGNOSED.
Tick bites are more than just an annoying spring and summer nuisance. Each year, about 300,000 people in the U.S. catch Lyme Disease which is caused by bacteria from a tick bite. Thousands more develop tick-borne diseases such as the malaria-like disease babesiosis, the flulike anaplasmosis and the Heartland virus infection.
People can take steps to avoid the nasty critters, beyond the old-standby advice to cover up and avoid tall grass, experts say. From wood chips to a quick ride in the dryer.
BE PREPARED TO TAKE ON THOSE NASTY LITTLE CREEPS! YOUR FUTURE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING MAY VERY WELL DEPEND ON IT.
The tick’s saliva can disrupt & halt local immune cells, allowing the infectious agents into the bloodstream. Removing the tick as soon as possible, making sure you have extracted ALL of the mouth parts, boosting the local immune defense by applying natural antibiotic spray and colloidal silver gel, drawing out the toxins with an activated charcoal bandage, & taking oral homeopathic pellets exclusively for bug bites, may give your body added defense against infection.
KEEP YOUR TICKS-SUCK RESCUE KIT IN YOUR CAMPER, YOUR CAMPING GEAR, YOUR HIKING BACKPACK & AND IN YOUR HOME AND CABIN. HAVE THIS HEALTH-SAVING KIT WITH YOU ANYTIME YOU ARE OUTDOORS DURING PEAK TICK SEASONS.
- · 3-Pack Tick Removers
- · (3) Collection Bags
- · Sanitizing Cloths
- · Colloidal Silver Gel
- · Echinacea/Oregano Spray
- · Activated Charcoal Bandages
- · Boiron Ledum Palustre 30C
- Pocket Card with Instructions
Unpackage kit and review items inside so you will be prepared for your next tick bite. Place items inside of clear zippered bag.
1) Using the enclosed tweezer, GENTLY remove tick according to directions on package;
2) Place tick in enclosed plastic bag for assessment by practitioner;
3) Spray Echinacea spray directly on bite - allow to dry;
4) Apply Colloidal Silver Gel directly to wound;
5) Cover bite with charcoal bandage;
6) Start taking oral homeopathic Ledum Palustre 30c every two hours for 24 hours.
7) See primary care doctor immediately if you spot a red bullseye or if you suspect a lyme-carrying tick.
1. Repel the bugs
REPEAT: DEET IS NOT USEFUL AGAINST TICKS! DO NOT USE THAT CRUD! They still can scurry across a DEET-treated surface, and get to places where the spray is not located, such as a warm human leg.
2. Be vigilant at home
3. Stay in the sun
As a result, nymphs congregate in leaf piles in shady, humid environments, so sticking to sunny areas can reduce tick exposure, he said.
4. Change the landscape
To keep the yard tick-free, use landscaping that deters mice, deer, woodchucks, and other rodents that carry ticks, he said. People should also remove tick habitat such as leaf piles, shrubs and groundcover near the house. Play sets should be kept in the sun, away from the shade, he added.
5. Check the dog
Though American dog ticks don't usually harbor diseases that sicken people, the lone star tick can often hitchhike on a pet into the home, so pet owners should check pets for the bugs as soon as they come indoors.
6. Cover up
7. Lighten up
8. Quick dry clothing
Ticks can survive the wash, and people who have to both wash and dry their clothes may just toss their clothing into a pile for later. It's better to do a quick dry cycle immediately than to let the tick linger.
After biting, ticks can take several hours to transmit Lyme disease, hence it is pertinent that you use the TICKS-SUCK Rescue Kit immediately after finding a tick to assure you are removing tick safely & treating immediately with anti-bacterial sprays and colloidal silver while taking oral homeopathic medication.