A homeopathic remedy for serious bites where poisoning and tissue damage may occur.
This remedy is purely for initial, interim emergency treatment.
Getting the patient to professional medical help is of paramount importance especially in cases of venomous snakebite.
Give t.r.s 200c (trauma, rescue, shock) in conjunction with the bites 30c remedy to assist with shock and calm the patient.


Remedy Symptoms covered by specific remedy
Carbolicum acidum 30c This remedy has antiseptic properties. Profuse cold sweat; body aches; weak, irregular pulse; respiratory depression, drowsiness
and yawning with inclination to take a deep breath; patient may have a dusky red face but pale around nose and mouth.
Curare 30c Paralysis of respiratory muscles; foul-smelling secretions.
Echinacea angustifolia 30c Helpful in conditions of blood poisoning and septic conditions.
Elaps corallines 30c Bleeding from all orifices, dark in colour; profound nervous shock; deathly sickness; foaming at the mouth; trembling limbs and
delirium; violent headache; patient feels cold.
Guaco 30c Helpful for toxic effects on the nervous system. Antidote to stings of scorpions and serpents.
Hypericum perforatum 200c The “arnica of the nerves” and thus excellent for injuries and lacerations where exposed nerves cause intolerable pain.
Lachesis 30c Trembling and confusion. Dark blood oozes from wound; cellulitis with burning skin.
Ledum palustre 200c Twitching of muscles near wound; affected parts become purple and puffy.
Oxalicum acidum 30c Affected part is cold and numb with violent pains and trembling; patient feels weak, and may experience spasms of throat and chest.
Tarentula cubensis 30c Useful in septic conditions. Intense fever and aching numbness; severe inflammation, pain and suppuration of wound; purple colour with burning, stinging pain.

As a general rule, if a positive response has not been seen within 24-48 hours, please consult with your homeopathic practitioner or your General Practitioner.


One dose is 3-5 pillules sucked under the tongue in a clean mouth, this applies to adults, children and animals alike.
In acute conditions, dose every 10 minutes for the first hour, then every 1 – 2 hours until medical treatment can be obtained.
In addition, give t.r.s (trauma, rescue, shock) 200c every 15 – 30 minutes for shock.
For spider bites, continue dosing every 4-6 hours for 3-5 days but if condition does not improve, seek medical assistance.

See Dosing Guidelines for further details.

Getting the patient to professional medical help is of paramount importance especially in cases of venomous snakebites.