Did you get bitten by a tick, or did you find one on your clothes? Don't panic. Here's what to do if you see a tick bite, including how to remove a tick and how to look for symptoms of Lyme disease. | Health.com
This is one natural remedy that you need for a tick bite to help prevent all tick borne diseases including Lyme and Rocky Mountain Spotted fever. Works for people and animals. I always take this with me when I go camping just in case.
You HAVE to learn this tick removal trick before you go camping with your kids and for summer.. Summertime is a great time to get the family outside and enjoy a good old-fashioned camping trip, if you can tolerate the pests that come with it. If you’re bitten by a tick, you need to remove it without breaking the head in order to prevent risk of infection or contracting one of the many disea
Safe Tick Removal Ticks can turn a fun camping trip into a painful nuisance, but you can always go back to the fun if you know how to remove them. Soak a cotton ball in liquid hand soap and then place it on the tick for about 20 seconds.The tick will attach itself to the cotton ball instead of you, so you can safely remove it.
How to remove a tick painlessly - add a couple of drops of dish detergent to area with tick (covering tick). Let sit for a couple minutes, then wipe with cotton ball. Tick should easily come away on cotton ball. If not, use tweezers placing them at head (against skin), squeeze and pull firmly.