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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosis:

  • Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Mexican poppy leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • The argemone mexicana plant contains alkaloids as berberine, protopine, sarguinarine, optisine, chelerytherine etc. The seed oil contains myristic, palmitic, oleic, linoleic acids etc. Botanically it is called Feronica limorria Swingle. The unripe fruit is astringent and is administered in diarrhoea and dysentery. The ripe fruit is refreshing, aromatic, antiscorbutic, carminative, digestive, tonic and antidotal. It is often used as a stomachic.

Mexican leaves have a capacity to reuce the scorpion poison, so if you take some Mexican poppy leaves, grind it. Then apply it.

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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosis:

  • Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Golden eye-grass leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • Medicinal Uses: According to Ayurveda, root is heating, aphrodisiac, alternative, appetizer, fattening and useful in treatment of piles, biliousness, fatigue, blood related disorders etc. According to Unani system of medicine, root is carminative, tonic, aphrodisiac, antipyretic and useful in bronchitis, ophthalmia, indigestion, vomiting, diarrhea, lumbago, gonorrhea, gleet, hydrophobia, joint pains etc.

Golden eye-grass has a capacity to reduce the scorpion stings pain and poison, so if you take some golden eye-grass. Clean and grind it. Then apply it.

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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosing:

  • Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Martynia annua leaves.

Natural Remedies:

  • The present study was carried out to evaluate the antioxidant activity of the methanolic and aqueous extracts of Martynia annua Linn. Leaves were evaluated by several in vitro systems of assay, namely, reducing power assay, DPPH radical-scavenging activity, nitric oxide scavenging activity, H2O2 radical scavenging activity, superoxide radical scavenging assay, hydroxyl radical-scavenging activity, and total antioxidant capacity. The results showed that the methanolic extract exhibited higher antioxidant activity than the aqueous extract. Chlorogenic acid is reported in this plant and a TLC densitometric method was developed for the quantification of Chlorogenic acid.

Martynia annua leaves have a capacity to reduce the scorpion stings pain and also reduce the scorpion poison, so if you take some martynia annua leaves, press and take juice from it. Then apply on scorpion sting place.

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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosing:

Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Vitex negundo leaves (Nochi).

Natural Remedies:

  • Vitex negundo, commonly known as chastetree, is a large, aromatic flowering shrub that possesses anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and analgesic properties potentially useful in the treatment of superficial injuries, skin infections and as a potential insect repellent.

Take some vitex negundo leaves with their stem, clean and grind it. Make its juice. Then apply on stinging place.

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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosing Scorpion stings:

  • Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Radish leaves juice.
  2. Plantain stem juice.

Natural Remedies:

  • Radish leaves Radish is a vegetable with thin white skin and white flesh, this vegetable can be eaten raw (appetizer and salads) or cooked (ingredient to soup dishes). To retain the freshness and crunchiness of this vegetable it is advised to soak it in cold water. Radish is rich in vitamin C.
  • Plantain stem Banana tree stem is also very useful. The stem is full of edible fiber helps to clear the wastage from our body smoothly and efficiently. It is a good source of dietary fiber. Since it is high in fiber, it acts as a laxative and can ease constipation.

Take equal quantity of radish leaves juice and plantain stem juice. Drink it 60ml juice.

 

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Scorpion stings are a cutaneous condition caused by the stinging of scorpions, usually resulting in pain, paresthesia, and variable swelling. The anatomical part of the scorpion that delivers the sting is called a “telson”.

Symptoms:

  • Pain, which can be intense, numbness and tingling in the area around the sting, but little or no swelling
  • Muscle twitching or thrashing
  • Unusual head, neck and eye movements
  • Drooling.
  • Sweating
  • Restlessness or excitability and sometimes inconsolable crying

Diagnosing Scorpion stings:

Scorpion stings Treatment generally consists of moving the patient away from the scorpion and stabilizing the patient’s airway and vital signs, followed by administration of antivenin and institution of symptomatic and local treatment.

Ingredients:

  1. Sida acuta.
  2. Acalypha indica.
  3. Garlic.
  4. Black pepper.

Natural remedies:

Sida acuta (Sida carpinifolia) is a shrubby herb with many branches that have stellate hairs. Its lanceolate leaves have a round base and are sharply serrate glabrous on both sides, making it easy to identify it. It is valued as a reliever of stomachache, and is a useful remedy in chronic bowel complaints. The plant is called rajbala or brihannagabala.

Sida acuta, acalypha indica, garlic and black pepper have the capacity to reduce the scorpion bite poison, so if you take an equal proportion of sida acuta, acalypha indica leaves, 3 or 4 piece of garlic and ¼ teaspoon of  black pepper, first you grind all the things and eat it.

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