Spider bite cures paraplegic
Posted by keelynet on March 20, 2009
I love stories of ‘miracle’ cures like this. People have used venom and altering the ph content of the blood for amazing results. A mexican friend told me there was man in his 30’s here who had a stroke. His right hand and arm curled into a useless position, his head tilted to the right and he drooled and could not talk clearly.
One evening he was walking and reached down to pick up something near a field when a snake (vibora) bit him on his paralyzed arm. He shook the snake off and got back to his home where his family called a doctor. He said within a matter of an hour, the venom went into the hand and arm causing them to uncurl and he again regained control of his neck muscles. He stopped drooling and the paralysis was gone without doing anything to try to extract the venom!!!
“As a result of a motorcycle accident, David Blancarte was confined to a wheelchair for 21 years. Then a brown recluse spider bit him, and he was taken to the hospital… “I’m here for a spider bite. I didn’t know I’d end up walking,” he says. A nurse noticed David’s legs spasm and ran a test on a whim. “When they zapped me, I felt the current, I was like ‘whoa, whoa’ I yelled.” He felt the current and the rush of a renewed sense of hope. “She says, ‘your nerves are alive. They’re just asleep,'” David says. Five days later, David was walking.’ – Source
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