home remedies


Question by  Nathan37 (12)

What are some home remedies to treat a Fiddleback spider bite?


Answer by  ILLGotti (38)

The Fiddleback, or Recluse spider bite is rarely fatal, but should be treated immediately. You should clean the area with antiseptic cleaner, then apply an icepack to the wound. If it forms a blister and pops, you should clean and dress the wound.


Answer by  JSmith0330 (616)

Are you sure it's a Fiddle back Spider Bite? you might what to check with your doctor to be sure. spiders bites could lead to more serious disease


Answer by  Darkephoenix (1789)

Flush the bite area really well, like with an old waterpick or something. Apply peroxide to remove some of the poisons, then put tea tree oil or honey over the area and cover with a bandage. You'll have to do this a few times daily for it to work. Otherwise, say hello to the doctor.


Answer by  Ravyn (114)

Mix 1 egg white, 1 tbls. iodine, and baking soda until a paste is formed. Apply to spider bite and allow to dry. Use the paste several times a day.

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