If you get bit by a brown Recluse
Spider here are some tips on what you can do. I
know a of a women that woke up one morning with a very
strang bit on her leg. It then began to discolor her
skin,. It began showing
dark marks all around the bit. She then knew that this
was no ordinary bit. She began taking garlic pills as
many as she could handle, applying Neosporin antibiotic ointment
to the bit area every half hour or so. She then began
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She went to a doctor and he said what ever you are doing
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I have also heard of people successfully using Activated
Charcoal on the bit area. Mix the black activated
charcoal powder with a small amount of water into a past
and apply it to the bite area. If it dries up reapply
again and again. I would also take the charcoal pills by
Avoiding The Brown Recluse Bite
Since these bites often occur while people are
sleeping, it is not always possible to avoid them. We
recommend that bedding be fully checked before going to
sleep, and that clothing be violently shaken before it
is worn. These little devils love the insides of shoes,
so beat your shoes together, and inspect inside of them
before wearing them. Keep all clothing dresser drawers
tightly closed. We normally recommend against the use
of chemicals (especially poisons), but it is wise to
spray a long-lasting insecticide around windows and
doors in the autumn.
How Do You Know If You Have Been Bitten
Unfortunately, a Brown Recluse victim is not always
aware that he has been bitten; at least not immediately,
when treatments would be the most beneficial is when the
bite first occures. Sometimes the bites immediately
cause extreme pain, and in other cases, there is no
sensation at all. There may be visible fang pits at the
bite site, but this is not always true either.
Sometimes there is itching at the bite site, or a
generalized fever. The general rule is that there are
no general rules for Brown Recluse spider bites in the
early stage. Therefore, some victims do not realize
that they have been bitten for several days.
Between one and three days after being bitten, an
untreated Brown Recluse spider bite is likely to form
one or more blisters. The bite site may become bluish
colored at this time, and it may begin forming a crater.
Seeking Emergency Medical Care
Some people will opt to rush to the hospital when
they realize that they have been bitten. A Brown
Recluse spider bite could easily be considered an
emergency condition, so a hospital visit is a wise
decision. Be forewarned that there is very little that
conventional medicine can do to stop the regional damage
that is caused by a bite from one of these little
monsters. Doctors typically give antibiotics and
antihistamines in the hope that long term damage can be
somewhat minimized. These are truly desperate measures,
which yield very little success. If you follow a
doctor's prescribed after care regimen, then we
recommend that you also follow our treatment
recommendations, if possible.
Self Treatment - Stage 1
If you have been bitten by this spider (or any other
spider), the first thing that you should do is apply
activated charcoal directly to the wound. You can
buy this at any pharmacy or online at any GNC store.
This is something that should always be kept in the
medicine cabinet for poison emergencies. It is also
great for treating food poisoning. You can find it
inside capsules sold at health food stores, or you can
buy it in the aquarium department of a grocery store.
Either way, the charcoal must be finely ground before it
is used. Apply a thick paste to the bite area that is
made from the fine charcoal powder and water. Tape the
charcoal and water mixture to your bite, and reapply
whenever it becomes dry.
We also recommend orally consuming a teaspoon of
charcoal powder in water, in the manner described in the
above link, in order to get a tiny amount of charcoal
into the blood. There is a chance it will help, and it
will definitely reduce your overall toxic burden for
about 24 hours. Again, read the above link about proper
activated charcoal usage, or proceed at your own risk.
It is best to have this made ahead of time for any
poison emergency, and the sooner it is applied, the
Take massive amounts of echinacea supplements until
the bite wound completely disappears. Echinacea was
used by the native Americans to heal snake bites, which
is believed to be where the term "snake oil"
originated. Some reports indicate that echinacea is
also very effective for dealing with venomous spiders.