Instant pain relief from insect bites and stings.
Aspivenin® vacuum pump effortlessly extracts the poison."
Flairpath Marketing are International distributors of Aspivenin®,
a unique and natural treatment that brings instant relief from bites
and stings. Aspivenin® is a special vacuum mini-pump that painlessly
draws poison from insect stings and insect bites. The Aspivenin® treatment
works on all bites and stings as well as snake bites, bee stings,
wasp stings, mosquito bites spider bites, jellyfish and scorpion
stings. Aspivenin® is the ideal product for all travellers and
holidaymakers. Over 5 million are now in use throughout the world.
For full information about Aspivenin® and how it can treat all
bites and stings, read on....
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
By pushing the white plunger right down to the barrel
of the Aspivenin®, a continuous vacuum is created in the selected
nozzle over the wound site and this gently draws poison from the
bite or sting. It only takes about 20 to 30 seconds in the case of
a mosquito bite, 90 seconds for wasp stings and up to 3 minutes for
more serious attacks. The vacuum is then quickly released by flicking
up the plunger head. In the case of life-threatening attacks, such
as snakebites, it is recommended that the pump be used repeatedly
to extract as much poison as possible, and that the vacuum then be
retained as long as possible over the wound site until professional
medical help can be reached.
EASY TO USE - PERMANENTLY RE-USABLE
Aspivenin® comes in a lightweight, waterproof carrying
case, with full instructions for use in English, French, German,
Italian and Spanish, along with the precision pump and four differently-sized
suction cups to cover the skin area of an attack. The pack weighs
just 100gm and is easy to use with one hand, so you can administer
it without any help. As it is made from high quality medical materials,
Aspivenin® will last and last; all you have to do is to wash
the nozzle in soapy water after use.
Aspivenin® is now available to customers worldwide
via our secure credit card ordering and international mail order
service on our order
page. Our order page uses PayPal and is a secure environment
in which to pay.
Of the 5 million victims of snake bites, scorpion and insect stings
and bites, 100,000 die each year, according to the World Health Organisation
(WHO). Most of these victims are farm workers and hunters in Asia,
Africa and Latin America.
In Asia, 30,000 people die from snake bites each year, whilst the
figure in Africa is about 1,000, about the same as in Latin America.
In the more developed countries, bites are rarely fatal, due, in
the main, to improved medical care. In the USA, for example, there
are 45,000 snake bites each year, but the number of deaths is only
between 9 and 15. In Australia, home of the most deadly snakes, the
annual bite rate is 300 to 500, but with an average of only 2 deaths.
In Brazil, there are 20,000 snakebites per annum, of which 1.5% are
fatal, and between 7,000 and 8,000 scorpions stings, although fatalities
are under 1%.
In Tunisia, 35 to 100 people, mainly children, die each year out
of the 30,000 to 45,000 people who are stung by scorpions. In Africa,
drought has meant an increase in poisoning by snakes, whilst scorpions
have invaded the urban and suburban areas, creating a greater opportunity
for people to get stung.