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Brown Recluse Spider Bite Treatment

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ANTI-VENOM HEALING BALM

How it works:
This balm consists of special Native American Magnetic Healing Earth that helps bind and inactivate the poison, Essential Oils and Bee Propolis. It is naturally anti-microbial and skin regenerating. Great for burns and lesions, but specifically directed at Brown Recluse Spider Bites, ESPECIALLY the worse lesions that doesn't heal. This really works to your satisfaction - guaranteed!

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Testimonials for the Anti-Venom Balm

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Brown Recluse Spider Bites

Let us look at a couple of quotes about what a brown recluse spider bite actually looks like:

"Brown Recluse bites are sharp but not initially painful like those of the Black Widow, but a small, white blister is quickly raised, broken, and surrounded by a red welt. An hour or more may pass; then there may be intense pain. The depressed center of this raised, red circle (the size of a dime to a quarter) turns dark within a day. The dead tissue regularly sloughs away, and the bite area scars over in one to eight weeks. Death seldom occurs, but the bite is debilitating and psychologically traumatic. Note: A bite from a brown recluse may also produce an intensely sore lump, even several weeks after the initial injury."
http://www.thebestcontrol.com/lice-chapter/Chapter16.pdf

Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet on entomology:

"The severity of a person's reaction to the bite (from brown recluse) depends on the amount of venom injected and individual sensitivity to it. Bite effects may be nothing at all, immediate or delayed. Some may not be aware of the bite for 2 to 8 hours, whereas others feel a stinging sensation usually followed by intense pain if there is a severe reaction. A small white blister usually rises at the bite site surrounded by a large congested swollen area. Within 24-36 hours, a systemic reaction may occur with the victim characterized by restlessness, fever, chills, nausea, weakness and joint pain. The affected area enlarges, becomes inflamed, and the tissue is hard to touch. The spider's venom contains an enzyme that destroys cell membranes in the wound area with affected tissue gradually sloughing away, exposing underlying tissues. Within 24 hours, the bite site can erupt into a "volcano lesion" (a hole in the flesh due to damaged, gangrenous tissue)."

The danger of a brown recluse spider bite is also dependent on where the bite occurs. It is most dangerous when the bite is near an important part of the body, such as on the head, just above a vital organ or near a joint.

The first thing to understand is that the damage done by a brown recluse spider bite is done by chemical reactions (i.e. involving enzymes). The venom literally liquefies human issue. Thus, the most damage is usually not done by bacteria or virus.

If you go to a doctor, he or she will probably give you antibiotics. While this is recommended because infection will almost always be present in the spider bite, the treatment is worthless at stopping the spreading of the chemical reaction and it will not stop any possible gangrene, which was mentioned above.

 

Brown Recluse Spider Bite Pictures

 

The following illustrates the progression of a brown recluse spider bite. THE FOLLOWING PHOTOS ARE EXTREMELY GRAPHIC AND MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME PEOPLE.

IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO VIEW REAL WOUNDS THAT ARE THE DIRECT RESULT FROM A BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER BITE, DO NOT ADVANCE ANY FURTHER.

 


Brown Recluse Bite on the leg

"The bite happened when asleep and wasnt noticed for several days.
I took my son to a clinic in my town because he was visiting me.
The Dr. was not very helpful,he didnt know what the wound was and couldn't confirm it was a Brown recluse bite. He prescribed antibiotics and a topical cream and took a swab for culture.He then said I'll call you if its serious.We didn't here from him. None of this seemed to help and my son had to return home so I asked him to let his mother take a look because she is an RN and she would know more than I about this. He went to her home and she took him to the emergency room at the hospital she works in Dallas because when he stood on the leg blood would spurt from the wound. it turned out that necrosis had spread under the skin and was in need of surgery.They used intraveinous antibiotics and removed the dead tissue,within hours of the surgery the swelling went down and the red area was nearly gone. this is still ongoing but the prognosis is good.The wound is in its 8th day and it is healing well.
New pics taken on 08-20-2005 leg seems to be healing well but a new spot has shown up on the shin this area was a blister during the bite. everything seems to be healing well now and looks like it will be alright. "

BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER BITE PICTURE

BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER BITE PICTURE

BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER BITE PICTURE

BROWN RECLUSE SPIDER BITE PICTURE

In our opinion, the Anti-venom healing balm with electrical impluse therapy
completely heals this Black Recluse Spider Bite Lesion in weeks, not months.

Brown Recluse Spider Bite Picture

In this photo (the back of a leg), you can also see what the usual damage can be with this type of spider bite. The center area is beginning to show signs of the tissue death, or "necrosis".

Brown Recluse Spider Bite Picture

Above is another picture showing a common outcome of being bitten by a Brown Recluse. The necrosis is very evident, and something which commonly may involve extensive follow up medical treatment in the form of removal of the dead tissue and sometimes plastic surgery to correct the damaged area as much as possible.

Brown Recluse Spider Bite Picture

Sometimes the venom can spread in the body and new eruptions can occur. Reports are that they can occur after a good workout. It is even more common for the bite to take up to several months or even years to finally heal completely. Above is a photo of someone's ankle that was bitten. It represents what the skin area looked like after a year.

   

Testimonial

Brown Recluse Spider Bite Picture

This is the "after" picture of a bite after the major essential oil in our balm was used by itself. While the "before" picture was not taken, this woman's brother took a picture after her wound had healed. Seeing this result actually inspired us to continue doing research into the oil, adding other needed oils and eventually combining it with the magnetic healing earth for a powerful combination.

The original wound was approximately the size of the one 3 pictures up. The oils used in our balm completely healed this Black Recluse Spider Bite Lesion in 2 weeks except in one aspect: this woman still gets repeat eruptions. We feel that if she had used the magnetic healing earth balm, she wouldn't get the repeat eruptions. It is designed to draw the venom and bind it.


NOTE: Again, we cannot promise any results or make any claims. Your results can and will vary, as is often the case with any natural remedies. If you aren't happy, send it back and we will refund you the cost of the product minus shipping.


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