One of our wonderful members recently experienced a Brown Recluse Spider Bite. Here is the protocol we suggested and what was done to clear the issue at home using the simple natural herbal remedies
Brown recluse spider bites are usually painless therefore often initially go unnoticed. Symptoms usually develop 2-8 hours after a bite. The actual bite will cause little tissue destruction.
Initially the bite site is mildly red and upon close inspection may reveal fang marks. Within a few hours, the redness gives way to pallor with a red ring surrounding the area, or a “bull’s-eye” appearance. The lesion will often appear to flow downhill over the course of many hours. The center area will then often blister, which over 12-48 hours can sink, turning bluish then black as this area of tissue dies.
As soon as you notice you have been bit apply a generous amount of Infection Salve over the bite area. Spread it out in all directions for several inches if possible. Cover with cotton flannel if possible.
By the time our member noticed the bite the pressure had already built to the place of pain. He decided to lance the bite. He admitted all he got out at this point was blood. No puss was released by this early cut.
As soon as you can assemble the items make the Charcoal Flax Seed Poultice. The poultice needs to be large enough to completely encase the affected area. As example would be, If the bite is on the calf, encase the entire calf in the poultice. You may also want to apply some M&L salve over the area before applying the poultice. This will aid in opening the lymph system to move waste more effectively from the area.
Here is how our member effectively cleared the serious and painful effects of the Brown Recluse Spider Bite.
That first night after lancing the bite to try to release some of the pressure he applied the charcoal Flax poultice.
The next morning after we spoke he began using the Infection Salve alternating between the Charcoal Poultice and infection salve. Leave the Charcoal Poultice on at least 4 hours before changing back to the Infection salve pack for 4 hours.
He also began the Infection Program using the Herbal Antibiotic, Infection formula and Echinacea. Using 1 oz of Echinacea daily and one tsp of the Herbal antibiotic or Infection Formula every 2 hours. It was decided switching between the two formulas every other dose would be a good idea. See more information on the Infection Program in the Infection Info Sheet.
After work he decided to do a Hot Epsom Salt bath. While in the bath the bite site erupted. The Puss that came out looked like Cottage Cheese.
After the bath he applied an Infection Salve pack and did his ELF (Emergency Liver Flush) See pdf for instructions and details.
He changed the Infection Poultice for another Charcoal Flax Poultice at bedtime and left it on all night.
The next day he continued the Infection program and kept the bite encased in the Charcoal Flax poultice or the infection salve throughout the day.
After work is did another Hot Epsom Salt bath. More puss was ejected from the bite site, not as much as the day before.
Applied the infection Salve after the bath and then changed to the Charcoal poultice at bedtime.
This was the Last charcoal Flax poultice needed.
He continued to use the Infection salve as needed. The spider bite was cleared in three days, healing the lance site took several days longer.
Please note a garden variety spider bite will be quickly cleared, usually 24 hours by using the Infection Salve alone. I received a bite several years ago and it took a little more than 24 hours to completely clear the red area from my finger. There was a painful sting as soon as I received the bite. If you have no idea what type of spider bite you have apply the infection salve first. If the bite dose not continue to escalate in swelling and pain it is likely not a Recluse bite and will clear with out much more drama.