Date: October 20,
From: Eytons' Earth
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Topic: Brown Recluse Spider Bite
Although I have never personally seen
the treatment, I have been informed by two independent
researchers that utilizing healing clay poultices on
the area greatly assisted the recovery of brown recluse
spider bites. Hydrating the healing clay with isolated
colloidal silver is even a better idea; I've seen rapid
responses with other types of bites.
The treatment must be utilized as often
as possible... Dressings changed about 3 times daily.
It is far better if one has a supply of healing clay
pre-prepared and utilizes it immediately upon being
bitten; switching between utilizing the clay and utilizing
isolated silver directly to the area.
: October 20, 2003
Brown Recluse Spider Bite
My brother-in-law was bitten on the hand
by a brown recluse. He waited a day to tell me. By the
time he came to me his hand had swollen so bad he could
no longer make a fist.
I immediately applied a calcium bentonite
clay hydrated with 10 ppm colloidal silver as a poultice
to the bite about an inch thick and covering the entire
back of his hand. We then wrapped it and secured it with
an ace bandage. We changed the clay twice a day for 3
By day 3 the swelling had gone completely
away and you could only see 2 small white marks where
the fangs had hit him. He suffered no necrosis.
[ Eytons' Earth commented in a further
email, commenting on how quickly the bite may have healed
had the clay been applied immediately. In fact there
are times when a bite may have been more "serious" than
we'd ever known, but was readily taken care of utilizing
healing clay. Response follows. ]
I can only guess that he would not have
swelled at all had he applied clay immediately. As a
result of the swelling he suffered itchiness of the skin
where it stretched. Fortunately he had the self control
not to scratch it but he did complain quite a bit about
Date: November 5, 2003
From: Name not disclosed for privacy
Topic: Brown Recluse Spider Bite
A couple of years ago my wife was stung
on her ankle by what we believe must have been a brown
recluse spider. She did not feel anything until she scratched
a mild itch on the ankle. Then the pain started. Within
a few hours the pain was intense and the wound had started
We applied Colloidal Silver to
the wound and it seemed to help. The next
day, she went to her physician. After he examined the
wound, he said that it looked as though she had been
stung by a brown recluse spider. He told her that he
could not do anything for her except prescribe
pain pills, and that she would probably need
a skin graft if it did not heal.
When she returned from the doctor's office,
we got some bentonite clay powder (probably
available at any health food store; do a WWW search on " bentonite" and "pascalite" ),
mixed it Colloidal Silver and MSM, and
applied it to the wound as a poultice. Within hours,
the pain subsided, and was largely gone the next
My wife went back to her physician a few
days later, and he was amazed at her remarkable progress.
In fact, he told her that if anyone in his family ever
got stung by a brown recluse spider, he would send them
to her for treatment! And he was serious!
We feel that the three ingredients in the
poultice had three different effects, but this is only
conjecture on our part. First, the bentonite clay "mud
pack" may have drawn the venom out. Secondly, the
minute electrical charge in each of the zillions of Colloidal
Silver particles may have had a neutralizing effect on
the venom similar to the stun gun protocol alluded to
in other replies to the original message below. Moreover,
it has come to my attention in the last year that some
creatures that inject venom into their victims also deliver
flesh eating bacteria that reside on their fangs or stingers,
or in their mouths.
Apparently (if I understand correctly),
until recently all the focus was on the venom, and there
was no awareness of the flesh eating bacteria that some
of these creatures harbor. If this was so in my wife's
case, then Colloidal Silver probably neutralized the
flesh eating bacteria as well.
Thirdly, the MSM likely allowed the Colloidal
Silver to penetrate better, and the venom to be drawn
out more readily. For this type of wound, it may be useful
to use the poultice described, ingest Colloidal Silver
and MSM, and inhale Colloidal Silver via a nebulizer
or a saline nasal mist sprayer that has been emptied,
flushed with distilled water, and filled halfway with
Eytons' Earth's Notes
We have noticed the "itching phenomenon" in
several situations dealing with skin infections. However,
we have also noted that when healing clay was utilized
without the silver, the itching sensation was not
present, with the same condition being studied.
Furthermore, it is interesting to note that the onset
of itching we have observed is quite unique. The onset
is extremely fast, the agitation appears to be extremely
focused and is quite intense.
Hence we have attributed the itching as
a rapid healing response induced by the use of silver
with the clay. It is interesting to note that the same
itching response did not occur with the use of an isolated
silver solution alone, nor the clay used alone, but only
with them both combined. We hypothesize that when the
silver was used alone, there was very little actual penetration
of the silver into the tissues. We further hypothesize
that the clay delivers silver ions via cation ion exchange,
resulting in increased penetration of the silver ions
directly into the area being treated. In the cases we
studied, lesions caused by a common virus were studied.
A hydrated bentonite prepared with isolated
colloidal silver poses a unique chemical situation. Upon
hydration, the clay particles are negatively charged.
Isolated silver ions are positively charged. Our experience
suggests that silver ions are held via sorption on the
surface of the clay particles. Further research, however,
needs to be conducted to verify the electro-chemical
results of such a combination.
David Bearrow's co-research experiment
was done perfectly. We cannot stress enough that the
clay MUST be applied thick, and MUST
be covered. In twelve years, we have never
seen a bite not respond to healing clay properly made
and used in treatment, even in situations where an
infection was present as the result of a bite.