Nontix is the brainchild of Ian Smith who has enjoyed the exhilaration of hill walking in Argyll - Scotland for many years.

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Photograph "A"
 



 A small bag is pinned to the sock just above the boot or shoe on the outside of each leg.
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A small bag is pinned to the top of the gaiter on the outside of each leg.
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 The bag is filled with the dried heads of Marigold.


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Removing Ticks

It is essential to remove any tick which has become attached to your body as soon as possible. Small ticks are best removed with the “Otom” tick remover obtainable from your vet – see www.otom.com . Larger ticks may be removed with chisel-pointed tweezers. Take care not to break the body of the tick as you remove it. Apply antiseptic to the bite area, and keep an eye on it for several days after removing the tick. If a circular rash develops round the bite, immediately seek medical help. Antibiotics given timeously will prevent Lyme disease.

Lyme Disease

If you are unfortunate enough to contract Lyme disease from an infected tick because you didn’t get antibiotics early enough, there is a herbal cure using teasel tincture. Contact fredi.hintermann@tele2.ch


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