Lyme disease begins by a bite from an insect that is infected by bacterium. The bacterium enters the body and travels to different parts of the body. If untreated, it can progress to produce an infection that involves inflammation affecting joints, the nervous system, the heart and the skin. The most common sign of infection is a growing area of redness on the skin, and it appears at the place where the tick has bitten the patient about a week after the bite.
- Good treatment for cuts, scrapes, bruises, sores, insect bites and minor wounds nourishes and tones the skin
- High in calcium, fluorine, and potassium which is essential for maintaining skin elasticity
- Improve blood circulation and oxygen to the skin
- Stimulate skin cell regeneration
- Reduces tumours
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