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Dosage for lice
First dilute Streptokill by spraying 1 part (40 sprays = ca. 4 ml) into a small glass, then adding 3 parts water (2 teaspoons = ca. 12 ml). Massage this diluted Streptokill solution into the hair and scalp. After application do not wash or rinse, but rather allow the hair to dry or gently wipe it with a towel. It is even better to spread the Streptokill with a fine comb across the hair and scalp.
This procedure can be repeated even several times a day without restriction. As prevention, following the described procedure once every 3-7 days, or after each head-washing, should suffice.
Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill to treat lice→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)
Human beings have been battling the problem of lice for millennia. It is a very common affliction, which primarily affects children, who serve as the ideal hosts. Lice are miniscule insects that live in the hair of their host; they live off of blood, without which they cannot survive longer than one day. They lay eggs (nits) and attach them near the hair root using a special, sticky excretion that is able to withstand shampoos and combing. There are three types of lice that parasite on humans:
- head lice (live only in hair, including facial hair)
- body lice (live in the clothing of the host, from which them move to the skin for feeding)
- pubic lice (live in the pubic area)
All three types are similar and differ primarily in their location. Another difference is the ability of the body lice to survive longer without feeding; they can survive without blood for up to 30 days. The other two types can only survive for up to 24 hours.
The presence of lice can be made known through an itchy scalp that results in near constant scratching. Upon close inspection, white eggs called nits can be detected. The scalp may burn as a result of an allergic reaction, or it can get infected from vigorous scratching.
Treatment: Nowadays, many products are freely available for the treatment of lice. Apart from natural products, there are largely insecticidal (terminating insects) shampoos or sprays. These can be significantly aggressive. Getting rid of lice is usually a matter for several weeks, because it is difficult to eliminate all nits, and the whole procedure must therefore be repeated after they hatch.