Fall Is Nymphal Tick Season. They're Dangerous.

Fall is here - the perfect time to head outdoors for exercise, fresh air and peace.

Nymphal ticks are out too. And they're tiny and they're dangerous.

Tiny as a poppy seed, they're likely to have fed on a mouse - the most efficient carrier of the Lyme Disease pathogen. 

When the tiny tick finds you, it secretes saliva which contains an aesthetic so you won't feel it's bite, a cement-like substance which basically glues it to the host and an anticoagulant to keep a host’s blood flowing. I call this "yucky tick juice."

Don't despair, you can remove even the tiniest nymphal tick with TickEase tweezers.

But first you need to do a thorough daily tick check