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Salve Stops Bee Sting Pain

If the thought of a bee sting makes you uneasy, you might want to have some of Denver's Sting Stopper around.
  You dab it on the spot to stop the pain and itch of bee, jellyfish and fire ant stings.  "This stuff neutralizes the venom in the sting 99.99 percent of the time," says Mike Fultz, distributor.
  Sting Stopper was invented by electronics engineer Denver Blanton when he was stung by wasps but had no medicine on hand. He mixed together a variety of products that he thought might help and discovered a concoction that works better than any ointment he'd ever tried. In many cases it has even stopped allergic reactions before they got started.
  Comes in 4-gram tubes for $2 and 1/8-oz. jars for $8.95 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Double M Distributing, Mike & Margaret Fultz, 271 Landmark Lane, Hilham, Tenn. 38568 (ph 877 322-4950; fax 931-823-5829; email: doublemdistributing@yahoo.com).


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2005 - Volume #29, Issue #4