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what will stop the itch and help the healing of tick bites

For any sort of skin lesion,

For any sort of skin lesion, I suggest sulfur baths. Sulfer rejeuvinates and soothes the skin. In general, circulation helps to heal so take some circulating supplements such as Grape Seed Extract, Tumeric, Cinnamon or Cayenne. Of coarse exercise also helps in circulating.

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