dry powder / 5 year shelf life
This is a must for your medicine cabinet if you live in
an area that has recluse spiders.
How to Use This Product:
Apply as a poultice, mixing the dry powder with a tiny amount of water to make a paste. Apply directly to the bite and allow to dry. Rinse after several hours and re-apply.
Puffball Spore (Calvatia booniana) has a drawing, drying and antiseptic effect, speeding the healing of wounds and sores. It is especially effective on sores that weep, such as wounds formed by the venom of Brown Recluse spiders.
Kaolin clay is a fine white powdered clay that helps draw toxins from the area of the bite.
Plantain Leaf (Plantago sp.) offers pain relief at the site and facilitates the drawing of toxins to the surface in collaboration with the Puffball Spore and Kaolin clay.
Yarrow (Achillea sp.) contains several anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving constituents, such as azulene and salicylic acid and is known to be very effective in treating wounds and open sores.
Wormwood Tops (Artemesia absinthium) has a strong antiseptic action as well as tissue soothing properties.
Hound's Tongue Leaf (Cynoglossum officinalis) has alkaloids and mucilage to speed healing.
Mullein Leaf (Verbascum thapsus) acts as a cell proliferant for dermal healing
Oregon Grape Root (Mahonia repens)
Horsetail Tops (Equisetum arvense)
Alum Root (Heuchera rubescens)
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