As the warm winds of spring ushers out the cold of winter, Brown Recluse mating season begins. The average Brown Recluse spider will produce an average of 40 eggs in one egg sac, and will often make more than one egg sac.
Brown Recluses actually benefit from human population growth because they thrive in homes and often will breed inside the walls, in boxes, and other out of the way places.
And in just hours, one bite from this highly venomous Brown recluse can cause serious damage to living tissue. Symptoms and secondary problems include:
That's the bad news. The good news is...
In 1999, a woman who was bitten by a Brown Recluse spider made a remarkable discovery.
Little did she know that in the next 18 years over 45,000 others would benefit from it.
She and her husband tried various remedies to help heal her bite wound...but nothing seemed to work. Rather, it was getting worse. They learned from other's experiences that doctors were only going to prescribe antibiotics, which has no effect on the venom.
Finally, after much prayer they discovered a combination of ingredients that they applied topically to the bite wound.
After applying, the wound quickly reversed course and healed up completely.
They later learned that the Activated Carbon they applied to the wound is regularly given internally at hospitals to treat poison victims because Activated Carbon quickly adsorbs poisons (for details see medical studies & references).
Using the same substance to adsorb Brown Recluse venom externally on a Brown Recluse bite wound, along with some important herbs to support healing of the wound only made sense.
So in 2003, they decided to partner up with others and begin developing a product that could be kept on hand in case someone is bitten and ALSO be used on older Brown Recluse spider bite wounds like hers.
Finally, a Very
Effective, All Natural, Drug-Free
Why does the
product work so well? The ingredients in this kit get to the root cause of the
symptoms rather than treating symptoms.
Drawing out the venom is the most important factor for starting the healing process and this is exactly what the Brown Recluse First Aid kit was created to do.
This First Aid Kit has 2 components. The all natural Advanced Adsorb Powder (containing super high quality Activated carbon) is combined with The Brown Recluse Solution, a unique herbal solution, to produce a paste.
paste has a molecular or capillary attraction to the venom. (See
The results of
this kit have
been astounding! Since 2004, over 40,000 kits
It is regarded by many as the most dangerous spider in the United States. In a heated home, Brown Recluse Spider bites can occur at any time of the year---spring, summer, winter or fall. This is because they are a house spider and are not affected by the cold.
And unlike the infamous Black Widow spider, they like to hide during the day in clothes, shoes, boxes and other out of the way places where spider bites are most likely to occur through unintentional contact. Your home, with all its great hiding places, is a perfect environment to fit their "reclusive" nature
Adult Brown Recluse spiders are yellowish-tan to dark brown. The most distinguishing mark on this spider is the presence of a dark brown or black violin or fiddle on its back with the violin's "neck" pointing toward the rear of its body.
For this reason, they are also called "violin spiders" or "fiddleback spiders".
Both male and female Brown Recluses are similar in appearance and are equally venomous. They are usually 1 inch or larger in size, including the legs. They can grow as large as almost 3 inches. Young spiders are smaller and somewhat lighter in color.
So how do you get rid of them? And how do you know if you have them?
Studies have shown that Brown Recluse spiders are very tenacious and are very difficult to eliminate with pesticides unless sprayed directly on the spider. And because they (unlike other spiders) actually prefer to eat dead insects over living ones, use of pesticides actually give these spiders an abundance of great spider food.
According to Kansas University researchers and Pest Control companies, an effective means of controlling these spiders is placing the right kind of glue traps in key areas throughout the home. If you aren't sure if you have Brown Recluse spiders in your home, placing traps will tell you. More on prevention...
Brown Recluse Spiders feed on cockroaches and other insects. They do not spin webs to catch prey but instead hunt at night for their prey or wait until an insect comes in close proximity to them.
Because they are generally nocturnal, Brown Recluses will begin to stray from their hiding place about an hour or two after dark. This is when they spend their time hunting for food.
this reason many Brown Recluse spider bites occur while victims are sleeping. If the Spiders are
seen in the open during the day, it is often because something has disturbed them or
they are trapped within a smooth surface such as a sink, bathtub, or
on this spider..
Time is of the essence
Because necrosis (death of flesh) is extremely painful (described by some as second only to childbirth) and pain often begins just a few hours after a spider bite, keeping a kit on hand to apply immediately to a Brown Recluse spider bite wound is the wisest option.
Prompt attention is also very helpful while the venom is in a more concentrated area. This will help to prevent the ulcers and scarring that many experience from a Brown Recluse spider bite.
Keep it next to your other first aid kits for quick access!
You don't need to be a helpless victim. You have a line of defense.
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