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7. Turmeric

turmeric

This spice is a natural painkiller containing anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antioxidant properties. It can promote recovery by reducing pain, swelling and inflammation.

  • Mix 1 to 2 teaspoons of turmeric powder with enough olive oil to form a paste. Apply this paste on the affected area. Allow it to sit for 10 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water.
  • Alternatively, mix 1 tablespoon of turmeric powder, a handful of thoroughly washed Indian lilac (neem) leaves and a little water in a blender to make a thick paste. Apply it on the affected area, leave it on for 20 minutes and then rinse it off with warm water.

Repeat either of these remedies a few times.

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8. Lemon Juice

lemons

You can also use lemon juice to keep itching, swelling and inflammation at bay. Being a natural astringent, it also helps quickly dry out skin rashes caused by spider bites as well as prevent infection.

  • Extract the juice from a fresh lemon and apply it on the affected area using a cotton ball. Let it dry, then rinse it off with lukewarm water.
  • Alternatively, you can take a piece of lemon and rub it against the affected area for 2 to 3 minutes. Wait another 5 minutes, then rinse it off.

Follow either of these remedies a few times a day.

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Medic for Spider Bites was last modified: June 24th, 2015 by Top10HomeRemedies
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23 thoughts on “Medic for Spider Bites”

    1. I had 8 spider bites on my leg and they were swollen, itchy and stinging for two days. I applied the baking soda and in two hours the stinging and itching was gone. I wish I had looked you up sooner. Thank you.

  1. This article is very helpful. It was the only one of all the medical websites to actually have some information I could use.

  2. Very helpful! Thanks! I had nearly 20 spider bites on my back (which was close to impossible to reach. But, the ice and the baking soda really helped. Also, my mom said try apple cider vinegar – it really helped too! ?

  3. Yes indeed … couldn’t sleep the whole night and the ice pack and next baking soda has given a lot of relief

  4. I thank you so much. Yours is the most comprehensive of dozens of sites I’ve just pored over. I appreciate your discerning approach and am ready to start treating my skin. Gratefully, Irene

    1. My husband got a spider bite from a brown recluse 3 years ago. We were at the camp so was limited to meds. I found a potato sliced off some cut into the cut end. Over night it took all swelling out. We went dr and got antibiotic next day. It worked great. This year 2016 same thing happened so we went with the potato again and it worked. Got antibiotic next day. He said the potato cooled and soothed it also.

  5. HAVE TWO SPIDER BITES ON MY ARM
    . THEY ARE PUFFY, AND HAVE TINY WHITE HEADS. WILL TRY THE BAKING SODA.
    THE THOUGHT OF THAT BROWN SPIDER IN MY BED, HIVES ME THE CHILLS.
    BLESSINGS,
    ANNA BELLA

  6. I don’t know what kind of spider it was but I bit me several times on my back. I I’m going to try the bakeing soda. Great information!

  7. I got a bite in my face 5 weeks ago. It turned circular. Very itchy. Have tried everything even steroid cream. Nothing is working

  8. Comment:The inchy it is steel cooling down..i’ve tried the warm water and a salt ..but it looks like is helpful

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