Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
A rare meat allergy has been linked with a specific specie of tick. And recently, a report from foxnews.com stated that it was affecting more people across the United States. So to help, My Cleaning Products advised the public to have a Tick Bully prepared.
As specified in the report, the increase in the number of the said rare meat allergy patients was discovered by a research sponsored by a certain clinical diagnostic and research company. And as it also shared, lone star tick, which is found in Southern US, was the particular specie of ticks associated with the allergy.
Based on the report, the antibodies called the alpha-gal lgE were the ones causing the rare meat allergy. And as the research revealed, residents of Southern US, where the lone ticks are, got 32% chance of acquiring the said antibodies. Surprisingly, it also showed that even residents outside the Southern US were 23% likely to have them as well.
The said rare meat allergy shows symptoms as hives, skin rashes and indigestion. In a worse-case scenario, it causes anaphylaxis – a fatal whole-body allergic reaction.
Here is a part of the post More Suffer From the Rare Meat Allergy Associated with Ticks by My Cleaning Products.
“There is a certain rare meat allergy being tied with lone star ticks. And over the years, more and more people are suffering from it even in the regions where the specific tick is not present.
The said rare meat allergy causes hives, skin rashes and indigestion. In extreme cases, it causes anaphylaxis, a life-threatening type of a whole-body allergic reaction.”
It was added in the report that more people suffer from the said rare meat allergy even in regions where lone star ticks are absent because it might be that other ticks could also trigger the reaction. And to that, My Cleaning Products agreed. Additionally, it advised the public to have a Tick Bully prepared. It said that with the product, one can get rid of any tick and prevent any contact with them without the use of any harmful chemical ingredient.