Colorado Tick Fever

Colorado tick fever (CTF), also known as Mountain Tick Fever, is a viral infection . CTF is transmitted to humans most commonly by the bite of an infected tick. There have been cases of transmission via blood transfusion.

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A petehcial rash occurs in 5-12% of CTF cases.


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Many doctors will not treat this because it is a virus and it is thought to just “run it’s course”

Physicians with herbal knowledge will often treat  CTF with herbal anti-viral herbs such as oilve leaf, lemon balm, garlic, ginger, licorice, rosemary, echineacea, elderberry, astragalus and Monolauren which is extracted from coconuts and immune boosting essential oils.

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