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Steps On How To Neutralize Snake Poison Before Taken To The Hospital

The country with the largest number of annual snakebite deaths is the tiny island nation of Sri Lanka.
In the United States there are approximately 5,000 – 7,000 venomous snakebites every year.  However, generally only 10 – 15 are fatal. In Australia, the country with the highest percentage of deadly snakes, just 3 to 4 people are killed by venomous snakes yearly.

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How To Neutralize Snake Poison Before Taken To The Hospital

We are going to give you two on you two option to choose one.
1. Get 7 bitter cola grind and pour into a bottle,fill half of the bottle with palm kernel oil and five tablespoons of undiluted honey,mix all with 1 tin of milk and drink all the mixture then you will vomit all the poison

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Things you should Do if bitten:

  1. Remain calm – death from most snake bites is not instantaneous.

2. IMMEDIATELY GO TO THE HOSPITAL! At the hospital, they will administer antivenom, if needed. Antivenom is the only effective treatment available for treating snakebites in the U.S.
3. Avoid anything that thins your blood or accelerates your heart rate: alcohol, cigarettes, aspirin, etc.

Things you shouldn’t Do if bitten:

Do not attempt the following, they can cause harm and waste your valuable time getting snake bite treatment from a qualified medical professional.

DO NOT
Use a tourniquet. A tourniquet is extremely painful and will cut blood flow to the wounded limb. This may cause the limb to die and require amputation.
DO NOT
Cut X’s over the fang marks and suck out the venom. Snake venom spreads quickly and efficiently through the lymphatic system. It is almost impossible to cut deep enough, quickly enough, or to suck hard enough to pull an adequate amount of venom out to make a difference.
DO NOT
Apply ice to slow the spread of venom.
DO NOT
“Electrocute” the bitten area to neutralize the venom.

These are all instances of improper snake bite treatment, will cause severe pain, permanent tissue damage, and possible amputation.


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Updated: August 12, 2018 — 12:39 am

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