How To Prevent Lyme Disease Without Chemicals

From: South Salem, NY (PRWEB) March 13, 2012

Lyme Disease: The Scourge of the Countryside Can Now Be Prevented Without Chemicals

Master herbalist/holistic health practitioner, Andrea Candee, finds success in reversing chronic Lyme disease and its co-infections and discovers the leaf of a tree repels ticks.

Winter’s deep freeze never happened in the northeast, allowing ticks to abound. Ticks are prevalent in warmer parts of the country year round. Participating in outdoor activities requires knowing how to protect against hosting them and now you can do it without chemicals.

If a human or dog is bitten by a Lyme-infected tick, identifying what pathogens may have piggybacked the spirochete and passed into the tick is the start of the successful method now being used for reversing Lyme Disease. Natural remedies targeting the co-infections (often viral in the case of chronic Lyme) eliminates them from the body including the joints and central nervous system.

Household pets like dogs and cats are often the carriers of Lyme infected ticks. To fully protect one’s self and family from being bitten, the family pet must also be protected. A successful, chemical-free program for preventing any tick from attaching itself to a pet includes:

· Building health and immune function because the healthier pet will be more resistant to ticks. A good health promoter is garlic powder and Brewer’s yeast sprinkled liberally on their food every day (found in a convenient powdered combination in health food stores).

· The essential oil of eucalyptus. Derived from the leaf of the tree, eucalyptus contains naturally occurring chemicals repellent to ticks and fleas.

· A most effective way of using eucalyptus is to dip a thin rope into the pure essential oil, wrap it in a bandanna (so it won’t irritate the skin) and tie it around the pet’s neck (fashionable, as well). The rope can be refreshed twice a week or more often, if necessary.

· Go to http://www.AndreaCandee.com, for exact formula for mixing eucalyptus oil and water for quick and easy application to the pet’s coat every time they go outside.

This is a non-toxic alternative to chemical repellents which are hazardous to the lungs and absorbed into the bloodstream. Keep in mind that pets are exposed to the same dangers when exposed to chemical repellents. But why save all the good protection for your pets?

· Before gardening or hiking, scent with “eau de eucalyptus.” The eucalyptus/water combination can be sprayed on skin and clothing before a brief outdoor excursion, gardening, or romp in the grass.

· Eucalyptus diluted in a carrier oil (like almond, grape seed, sunflower seed oil) can safely be applied to the skin for longer lasting effect, when fishing in reedy areas, for example, or when hiking.

Safely enjoying the countryside means learning to peacefully co-exist with Nature’s gifts without polluting ourselves and our fragile environment.

To learn more about natural approaches to Lyme Disease go to http://www.AndreaCandee.com, and click on Lyme Disease.
About Andrea Candee, MH, MSC

Andrea Candee is a master herbalist for over 25 years with a consultation practice in South Salem, NY. She lectures throughout the country and at corporate wellness centers about taking charge of your health naturally. Media expert and author, her award-winning book, Gentle Healing for Baby and Child (Simon & Schuster), received The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval. Andrea is noted nationally for her unique and successful approach to Lyme Disease and works with clients and their pets anywhere in the country. To receive her free e-letter, click on Did You Know? at her website.

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2 comments for “How To Prevent Lyme Disease Without Chemicals

  1. Meo
    March 27, 2012 at 9:21 pm

    Unfortunately, some essential oils are toxic to small animals — cats especially. Eucalyptus is one of those iffy things and I would not recommend using it on or around cats. They just do not have the structure necessary to metabolize these oils. It is toxic to their livers. Please research before you use any products with essential oils of any kind around cats…

  2. Michelle
    August 4, 2012 at 5:14 am

    I was told that garlic is another poison to cats…how is it safe then ? Is the lime used in garden safe around cats and kittens ?

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