FK – Wish I had a $10 bill for every tick I ever pulled off myself. They are far more numerous in recent years but seem to be down this year. The ‘turkey mites’ or tick nymphs are a far greater concern to me, since it can take days for the itching to end. The fastest way to deal with that is to use flea and tick shampoo after time outdoors and to pop the little itchy bumps like a zit to get the fluid out. This usually makes them stop itching and dry up.
According to the leftist media, so-called “anti-vaxxers” are fair game for every kind of bigotry, hate speech, public shaming and condemnation anyone can come up with. And the children harmed by vaccines who must suffer a lifetime of permanent damage? They are utterly ignored by the mainstream media. (See horrific photos of vaccine-damaged children here.)
No, you’re being told it is only important to protect gays, lesbians and transgenders, but not to protect the religious freedoms of parents who object to vaccine medical interventions for their children. The “rights” of the minority group of children who are genetically susceptible (or nutritionally susceptible due to mineral deficiencies) to being damaged by toxic vaccine adjuvants are wholly abandoned. (Vaccines given to children today continue to be manufactured with aluminum, mercury, MSG, formaldehyde and antibiotics, didn’t you know?)
FK – They’re not ‘leftists.’ They’re communists. Arguing with one of the creatures is like arguing with a stone. But there may be some hope for mainstream medicine:
From the world of conventional veterinary medicine, the product you want is called “Blood Stop Powder.” It’s made from a combination of iron sulfate, ammonia, aluminum and tannic acid. When it meets blood, it rapidly forms a solid mass (an instant scab). Farmers and ranchers use this all the time to stop severe bleeding from animals such as when cows experience a difficult birth and tear part of the birth canal in the process.
The product label carries a warning that it’s “Not for use on humans,” but in a life-or-death emergency, I doubt you’ll care what the label says. The product works just fine on any mammal with blood, and unless you’ve already been turned into a zombie, that probably includes you.
FK – Does it stop arterial bleeding like Quik Clot bandages?