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STREPTOKILL?

100% natural antiseptic which primarily uses the astringent effect of tannins extracted from oak. These, supported by other natural extracts, are specially concentrated to achieve exceptional anti-inflammatory effects; personal customers' reviews can be found on TONSILS.EU and ANGINA.EU.

Tick

Authentic experiences of patients who have used Streptokill to treat wounds and scrapes→ (Unedited, left as they were sent to us by customers in the Czech Republic and Slovakia)

 

Usage of Streptokill after a tick bite

Ticks can cause severe harm to humans, particularly if attached for an extended period of time, in a form of many diseases. The most effective protection is, of course, vaccination, but that is not an option for all illnesses. Therefore, there is nothing to do but protect ourselves with repellents and immediate self-checks after returning home from the forest. If a tick is found, it is important to remove it as soon as possible; the best way is to remove it with special removing device, perhaps tweezers, never by twisting or with oil application. To eliminate any more possible risks, disinfection is a must both before and after the tick's removal.

Before extracting the tick, apply one to three sprays of Streptokill directly onto the affected area using the oral applicator. After the extraction is complete, apply another one to three sprays of Streptokill. We recommend that you also use a Streptokill-soaked compress for several hours after removing the tick.

 

Ticks

Ticks, their bites, and especially the infections associated with them, are a real concern for many of us. Then have quickly adapted to life outside the tropical areas which they most freuently inhabit.

Ticks are small arachnids in the order Parasitiformes, which live off of the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes reptiles and amphibians. They are known to be the carriers of diseases such as encephalitis and borreliosis. It is estimated that 30% of ticks are infected. The chance of being infected by tick, however, is lower than 5%.

Encephalitis:

An infectious disease of the brain caused by a virus, the symptoms of which become noticeable within two weeks of the tick bite. These symptoms include fevers accompanied by infections of the upper respiratory tract. Depending on the health and immunity of the person concerned, the disease can advance to a more serious stage, in which the central nervous system is attacked. What makes this situation serious is the fact that an effective cure for encephalitis does not exist.

Borreliosis:

An infectious disease caused by Borrelia bacteria. As with encephalitis, the symptoms with become evident within 2 weeks of the initial bite. They are very similar to those of the common flu: raised body temperature, pain in the muscles, joints and head, and typical circular rashes. When left untreated, serious complications may arise: the central nervous system may be affected, as well as the heart and joints, and treatment becomes more intensive.

Treatment:

Borreliosis is treated by antibiotics, where it is necessary to follow and complete the prescribed dosage.

What to do when you find a tick:

It is a good idea to disinfect the tick and its surrounding area before you try to remove it. You can drip an iodine tincture on it, or you can use STREPTOKILL. After the tick is removed, soak a bandage in STREPTOKILL and apply it to the wound for up to several hours.

Prevention:

For walks in the forest or in meadows, always wear long, light-colored trousers made of a smooth material so it will be easy to spot any ticks. It also a good idea to srap the ankle area of the trousers with repellent. We recommend doing regular check-stops while walking in high grass, so that any ticks can be easily brushed away.

Another preventative option is the encephalitis vaccination.

 
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