A 100% safe and effective tick removal sstem from humans and pets.
C.d.c. and the lymes desease foundation recomends never use any home remidies such as , vaseline, nail polish, burned out match tips, or gadget to pluck the tick off of its hosts. any disturbance of the tick while its feeding can cause it to regurgitate its infectious deasease back into it's host. arctick when used, you spray the tick one time and it kills the tick along with its (infectious desease) instantley, by freezing it to death within a split section, all of its bodily fluids are frozen solid , then remove the tick with the suppied tweezers.
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im assuming you are talking about human consumption of pet medication? if not please disregard, to answer my assumption most doctors ive asked (only 2 really) DO NOT recommend using pet meds on humans.
but my recommendation is to ask a doctor yourself because hey im only a guy on the internet.
This medication is indicated only for canine thyroid replacement therapy. It is not for human use. Ingestion can cause heart and central nervous system effect. Call physician or poison control immediately if ingested by humans.
Antibiotics are used to treat Lyme disease. In general, recovery will be quicker and more complete the sooner treatment begins.
Oral antibiotics. These are the standard treatment for early-stage Lyme disease. These usually include doxycycline for adults and children older than 8, or amoxicillin or cefuroxime for adults, younger children, and pregnant or breast-feeding women. A 14- to 21-day course of antibiotics is usually recommended, but some studies suggest that courses lasting 10 to 14 days are equally effective.
Intravenous antibiotics. If the disease involves the central nervous system, your doctor may recommend treatment with an intravenous antibiotic for 14 to 28 days. This is effective in eliminating infection, although it may take some time to recover from your symptoms. Intravenous antibiotics can cause various side effects, including a lower white blood cell count, mild to severe diarrhea, or colonization or infection with other antibiotic resistant organisms unrelated to Lyme.
After treatment, a small number of people still experience some symptoms, such as muscle aches and fatigue. The cause of these continuing symptoms is unknown, and treating with more antibiotics doesn\'t help. Some experts believe that certain people who get Lyme disease are predisposed to develop an autoimmune response that contributes to their symptoms. More research is needed.
The Food and Drug Administration warns against the use of bismacine, an injectable compound prescribed by some alternative medicine practitioners to treat Lyme disease. Bismacine, also known as chromacine, contains high levels of the metal bismuth. Although bismuth is safely used in some oral medications for stomach ulcers, it\'s not approved for use in injectable form or as a treatment for Lyme disease. Bismacine can cause bismuth poisoning, which may lead to heart and kidney failure.
There are a few things you can use safely to get ticks to back out as they breath through their bottom you only need to suffocate them out an oil like baby oil will work however using an oil like eucalyptus, or Vicks vaporub would be very effective indeed.
tick control refers to both the yard and kennel areas. You should find an environmentally-safe spray
to use and follow the instructions carefully.
If you come across an indoor tick problem you need to use a flea and
tick fogger. Check the cracks around
windows and doors. Here is a good tick
control fogger you can use: http://www.petco.com/product/7322/Hartz-Control-Pet-Care-System-Home-Foggers.aspx
can cause a wide diversity of medical problems with the frontrunners being Lyme
disease and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
It is crucial that if your dog contracts ticks you immediately treat
both your dog and the environment.