reply to post by barkingdogamato
It seems to work on reptile venom and insect venom.
Before I got my tricked out (modified) stun gun I now have designated the "Toxin Terminator", I had gotten bitten by a brown recluse, and over days,
my hand started turning gray and just about to start going black.
I had to use what I had. I had my son-in-law help me. We pulled out my lawnmower, I removed the spark plug wire and placed my hand on the spark plug
- grounding it.
The spark plug wire - the positive - I placed over the bite area as best I could, then had him give it a sharp pull, giving me a few sharp gradients.
Damn it was uncomfortable! I jerked my hand back and shook it as a reaction to the voltage.
I put my hand back on the spark plug, the spark plug wire back on my bite, and we did it all over again.
I exaggerate not - by the time we pushed it into the shop and within two minutes - the pain part was gone.
My friends all carry toxin terminators, and this past summer while we were in the high desert of Nevada moving at night, we all carried our own
This treatment is used heavily in South America where toxic bites are common, yet access to an outboard motor or spark plug wire from autos,
motorcycles, or trucks are usually accessible whereas a hospital may be hundreds of miles away.
You'll not find this in American Medical literature.
After all, who's going to do trials?
I just go with what works, the AMA be damned.