Relieve Pain and Itch from insect stings and bites

Best remedy for Bee Stings

Bees and wasps are probably the most common and can be found in flowers, shrubs, picnic areas and beaches.   Although there are many different types of insects in the United States that are able to inflict a poisonous bite or sting,  the insects most likely to cause medical problems are from the bee family.   Wasp being the most aggressive of the species.  These insects are in the Hymenoptera order, and thus stings from them are occasionally called Hymenoptera stings.

Most stings generally cause only minor medical problems.  The most common is pain and swelling.

The best way to treat a Bee or Wasp sting to relieve all the pain and itch, is to use Therapik.    After removing the stinger, apply your Therapik to the inflicted area.  Therapik® is based on a very simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile (sensitive to heat). Therapik®‘s patented technology delivers heat in the specific temperature range necessary to neutralize the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures.  By doing this, it provides relief to you within minutes.

How to treat a Jellyfish, Sea Anemones or Coral Sting?

Jellyfish, Sea Anemones and Coral can sting.

When you take a vacation at the beach, you typically go prepared to deal with the obvious hazards like sun and surf.  The truth is, there are other unseen dangers at the beach you may not think of, but you should!   Therapik is an easy to carry effective way of dealing with painful and itchy stings from sea creatures.  Never leave home without it!You will see a lot of hype in the media in relation to a shark attacks, but you’re much more likely to encounter a  jellyfish , sea anemone or coral sting at the beach than a shark bite.  In fact, jellyfish stings are the most common injury sustained by beach goers every year.

Type of Sting and How to Treat

Jellyfish are small, gelatinous creatures with long tentacles that contain nematocysts. The long tentacles trailing from the jellyfish body can discharge thousands of microscopic barbed stingers that release venom into your skin. Jellyfish stings can vary greatly in severity.  Most often they result in immediate pain and red, irritated marks on the skin.  Some jellyfish stings may cause more whole-body (systemic) illness, and in rare cases, jellyfish stings are life-threatening.  Most jellyfish stings get better with home treatment, but severe reactions require emergency medical care.

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Quick Instructions on how to use Therapik®
Immediately after the bite or sting, place Therapik® cylindrical opening on the affected area (DO NOT PRESS).

Activate the Therapik® by keeping the large blue button depressed for as long as the heat is bearable on the skin.

The average application time is approximately 30 seconds. If pain persists,Therapik® may be reapplied to the bite or sting until relief is obtained.

Wait 60 seconds between each application to allow skin temperature to return to normal.

Sea anemones and some kinds of coral also contain nematocysts, and stings from anemones or coral are similar to a jellyfish sting. Sea anemones are small creatures that attach themselves to rocks, coral, or even the backs of crabs. They use their flower-like tentacles to catch small marine life, which are paralyzed by the anemone’s venom.

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Quick Instructions on how to use Therapik®
Immediately after the bite or sting, place Therapik® cylindrical opening on the affected area (DO NOT PRESS).

Activate the Therapik® by keeping the large blue button depressed for as long as the heat is bearable on the skin.

The average application time is approximately 30 seconds. If pain persists,Therapik® may be reapplied to the bite or sting until relief is obtained.

Wait 60 seconds between each application to allow skin temperature to return to normal.

Therapik treats Hornet Stings!

Hornet stings are painful and can often trigger allergies. However, most people are not allergic to insect stings and may mistake a normal sting reaction for an allergic reaction. By knowing the difference, you can prevent unnecessary worry and visits to the doctor.

The severity of an insect sting reaction varies from person to person. There are three types of reactions — normal, localized, and allergic:

  • A normal reaction will result in pain, swelling, and redness around the sting site.
  • A large local reaction will result in swelling that extends beyond the sting site. For example, a person stung on the ankle may have swelling of the entire leg. While it often looks alarming, it is generally no more serious than a normal reaction.
  • The most serious reaction to an insect sting is an allergic one (described below). This condition requires immediate medical attention.

For a normal or localized reaction, using your Therapik can eliminate your pain and itch.  Therapik® is based on a very simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile (sensitive to heat). Therapik®’s patented technology delivers heat in the specific temperature range necessary to neutralize the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures.

By telephone:
To place an order,
please call: (954) 578-6909
Monday-Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST.

Jellyfish Stings

 

 

Jellyfish stings are relatively common problems for people swimming, wading or diving in sea waters. The long tentacles trailing from the jellyfish body can discharge thousands of microscopic barbed stingers that release venom into your skin.

Jellyfish stings can vary greatly in severity. Most often they result in immediate pain and red, irritated marks on the skin. Some jellyfish stings may cause more whole-body (systemic) illness, and in rare cases, jellyfish stings are life-threatening.

Most jellyfish stings get better with home treatment, but severe reactions require emergency medical care.  If you live in a coastal city or spend much time in sea water, owning a Therapik is an easy and effective way of treating jellyfish stings.

Therapik® is based on a very simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile (sensitive to heat). Therapik®’s patented technology delivers heat in the specific temperature range necessary to neutralize the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures.

By telephone:
To place an order,
please call: (954) 578-6909
Monday-Friday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST

Great Reasons to Buy Therapik!

Therapik(R) Offers Timely Bug Bite Relief as U.S. Braces for Summer Mosquito Epidemic

20:00 EDT 5 Jul 2011 | Globe Newswire

 

 

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., July 6, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Thanks to the spring’s unusually warm, wet weather, agricultural experts from Oregon to New Jersey are predicting that a bumper crop of mosquitoes will plague much of the U.S. this summer. Fortunately, Therapik®—a device confirmed by the FDA to deliver bug bite relief—is providing Americans with a welcome weapon against the pain and itching from mosquito bites and bee and wasp stings

“Standing water resulting from heavy rains and flooding serves as the ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes,”explains Ira Carlin of MorePower2U, a worldwide distributor of Therapik.”People living in flood-affected areas right now are particularly vulnerable, whether they’re camping, biking or in their own backyard. Therapik comes in handy because it offers a mess-free, drug-free, clinically proven remedy for common bug bites. And since it can be reused, it is eco-friendly and saves money as well.”

Small, lightweight and battery-powered, Therapik has been shown to soothe the pain and itching from insect bites and stings. The device’s design is based on a simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile, or sensitive to heat. Therapik’s patented technology delivers heat in the precise temperature range necessary to deactivate the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures. As the heat neutralizes the venom and increases blood flow to the affected area, there is a marked reduction in swelling, redness, pain and itching. Therapik can be reapplied as often as necessary until sufficient bug bite relief is obtained. Most Therapik users find that one 20- to 30-second application is enough to stop the itch and pain permanently.

Therapik has received Seals of Approval from the North American Fishing Club and the National Home Gardening Club, based on their independent field tests. The bug bite relief device was demonstrated on a January 7, 2011 segment of the TV show “The Doctors,” during which pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears endured a manually administered bee sting. Within 20 seconds of applying Therapik to the sting, Dr. Sears’ pain was eliminated. Therapik has also been featured in the June 2011 edition of Redbook Magazine and the July 2011 edition of Better Homes and Gardens.

“I was amazed—mosquito bites just go away,” writes Rosella Glynn of White River, South Dakota on the Therapik website. “And deer fly bites have always made me swell up badly and itch for days, but with the Therapik, all signs of the bite were gone.”

In addition to mosquito bites, Therapik has been shown to be an effective treatment for stings and bites from bees, wasps, hornets, black flies, ants, jellyfish, fleas, ticks and even stinging nettle. This bug bite treatment device is safe for both adults and children when used as instructed.

With a retail price of $12.95, Therapik has a one-year replacement guarantee under normal operating conditions. For more information or to purchase the Therapik, please visit http://www.therapik.com.

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Media Contact:
Ira Carlin,
954-578-6909
IraCarlin@BuyaTherapik.com

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September and Mosquitos

Now that September has arrived and cooler air in most areas is approaching, that does not mean you won’t get a Mosquito bite or 2.  This month, areas all over the United States are still spraying to kill mosquitoes and prevent transmission of the EEE disease. The worst thing to do if you have been bitten, is to ITCH!

If you have been bitten, THERAPIK is drug-free relief for stings and bites.  Great for children, seniors, and adults.

Why do Mosquito bites itch?

It all comes down to your body’s histamine response to the female mosquito’s saliva.  After the mosquito has drunk her fill of your blood, she leaves behind the cocktail that is her saliva.  Your body’s response to this foreign substance is to produce a variety of antibodies to bind to the antigens in the saliva, which in turn releases the nitrogen compound histamine.

Why this is a good thing most of the time is that histamine helps your white blood cells and other proteins engage whatever is invading your body by making the capillaries of these cells more permeable.  The downside in the case of mosquito bites is that this triggers an inflammatory response causing the bite region to swell into a nice pink bump.

So why does scratching the mosquito bite make it worse?  Because this irritates and inflames the area even more, resulting in your immune system kicking into overdrive to try to get rid of the foreign substance.  So this means more inflammation for you, resulting in an ever swelling, itchy bump that just won’t go away.

So bottom line, while itching a mosquito bite will give temporary relief, it will only result in an even itchier and larger bump that will stick around longer than it would have had you not itched.  So don’t itch!

Therapik®

Get fast, drug-free, guaranteed relief from stings and bites.

Therapik® is based on a very simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile (sensitive to heat). Therapik®’s patented technology delivers heat in the specific temperature range necessary to neutralize the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures.

AS SEEN ON “THE DOCTORS”
The Therapik® is intended to be used to deliver heat to a localized area of the body in order to relieve the pain associated with stings from insects and sea creatures that deliver thermolabile venom. Such animals and insects include bees, wasps, hornets and jellyfish.In addition, the soothing heat also provides effective relief from the itching and irritation due to flea and mosquito bites and contact with stinging nettles.

Therapik on The Doctors!

 

Therapik Featured on Episode of The Doctors

Are you questioning if Therapik really works?  Come see what The Doctors have to say about our FDA Cleared proven bug bite relief product.

How Does Therapik Work?

The Therapik® is indicated for use to provide temporary relief of the pain and itching resulting from insect stings and bites such as bees, wasps and mosquitoes by increasing localized blood flow.

Quick Instructions on how to use Therapik®
Immediately after the bite or sting, place Therapik® cylindrical opening on the affected area (DO NOT PRESS).

Activate the Therapik® by keeping the large blue button depressed for as long as the heat is bearable on the skin.

The average application time is approximately 30 seconds. If pain persists,Therapik® may be reapplied to the bite or sting until relief is obtained.

Wait 60 seconds between each application to allow skin temperature to return to normal.

 

http://www.buyatherapik.com Therapik bug bite relief is featured here on an episode of the ABC show, The Doctors.


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