What is said about the bulls-eye is true. If you get a bite and a red bulls-eye develops, run, do not walk to your doctor and DEMAND, do not ask for antibiotics to treat Lyme’s disease. This happened to me. My doc was poo-pooing my bite as , yes, an infected tick bite, but not necessarily a Lyme tick bite. To do a test – it took 2 weeks to get results. And results are not 100% sure. He didn’t want to prescribe antibiotics, mainly because of the fear of “over-prescribing” antibiotics. Well, the sooner you treat Lyme’s disease with antibiotics, the better. I wasn’t going to wait 2 weeks to see if I got sick with bacteria infesting my brain, heart, lymph nodes, etc. I freaked out at him. Jeez – its me that would suffer an attack – WTF? He finally gave me 10 days worth of antibiotics. I never got sick. Better safe than sorry. My daughter got Lyme’s disease. At first, she didn’t feel good. Fatigued. Then fever. Finally she was tested. yep – Lyme’s disease. I conjectured that she got bit when we vacationed on Cape Cod 2 months previously. The antibiotics she was prescribed were so strong that they made her vomit constantly. I had to pull over one night to let her out of the car so she could vomit in the gutter. Not pleasant. Protect yourself and your family.
Studies indicate that Picrorhiza extracts appear to be of therapeutic value in treating viral hepatitis. An in vitro study investigated anti-hepatitis B-like activity of Picrorhiza and found it to have promising anti-hepatitis B surface antigen activity. 12 In addition, in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial of 33 patients diagnosed with acute viral hepatitis, 375 mg of Picrorhiza root powder was given three times daily for two weeks to 15 of the patients, while the remaining 18 patients acted as controls and received a placebo. Bilirubin, SGOT, and SGPT values were significantly lower in the treatment group (that's a good thing), and the time required for bilirubin values to drop to mg % was days in the treatment group versus days for the placebo group. 13
The Joker stayed in touch with Batman through rigged TV sets and the hotel's . system the entire time, mocking the vigilante and claiming he'd done more to eliminate crime in two days than Batman had in two years. Despite the apparently fool-proof measure of not building an exit into the ballroom trap, Batman was able to fashion one with his Remote Claw and resume his progress through the hotel. An annoyed Joker temporarily ended their one-sided conversation so he could "shoot the architect". Whether the goon heard begging over the speakers actually was the architect is unclear, but the Joker ignored his pleas and shot him.