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Lab Notes : H3O & Insect Bites
"In using the H3O concentrate, we have noticed that the application of
the straight solution (i.e. undiluted) is effective on hornet, bee
and mosquito bites. Usually two applications stops the swelling and pain."
The chemical composition of
toxins and the range of individual response to them would suggest that
its doubtful that H3O will ever work as a universal treatment for
all insect bites. Nonetheless, the responses we have received from
users so far suggests that it will work to quickly reduce swelling and
pain in a high percentage of users for the most common types of
"We have had two incidents where
people were bitten by brown recluse spiders. Bites from these spiders
caused large ulcers to form and massive secondary infections were common,
most requiring surgery. One of these individuals had been previously
bitten ten years earlier. The bite resulted in a 1.5 to 2" ulcer
forming and had to be surgically removed. It took over six months for
this bite to heal over. After being bitten this time, the wound was
irrigated with H3O every four hours. The swelling was minimal.
A small ulcer did form (approximately 3/8"). This was treated with
an H3O soaked dressing (10 to 15 min.) several times a day for
approximately one week. The swelling and redness went away after two
weeks and after thirty days, the wound healed over completely."
"Several people were bitten
by ground hornets. When H3O Concentrate was placed on the bite, pain and
swelling went away after several hours.