How Would Pioneers Treat a Scorpion Bite?


Pioneers would treat a scorpion bite by using a plant known as Western Mugwort. The plant is found near the western part of the country. They used it in different forms. These included its use as a poultice, or in tincture form.
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Scorpions don't bite they sting with their tails. A pioneer would not have found a scorpion since they are not found on the plains. HAD they gotten stung they would have wrapped the
Of the 1500 scorpion species, the vast majority are only capable of producing a local reaction similar in scope and effect to a bee sting. Only around 50 species are known to produce
1. Stay calm and examine your dog for the presence of the scorpion’s stinger. If the stinger can be located, prompt removal can lessen the severity of the symptoms. The stinger
Not medical advice. 1.Wash the area of the scorpion sting with soap and water. 2.Apply a cool compress on the area. Ice, "More?"
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