Treatment of Insect Bite-Related Diseases

When bitten by various insects, a dose of toxic venom, along with microbes and viruses carried by the insect, is introduced into our body. Most often, the bite site hurts and itches, but within a few hours, the symptoms subside and we simply forget about the incident. However, in cases of multiple bites or when the insect is very venomous, the body’s reaction can be severe, potentially leading to serious poisoning or even death.

Some insects consider us prey—mosquitoes, ticks, midges, flies, spiders, ants, centipedes, etc. For others, it’s a response to intrusion into their territory—bees, wasps, hornets. All these insects are poisonous to us, and in addition to their venom, they carry serious diseases. For example, ticks are carriers of the spirochetes causing Lyme disease (Borrelia), Bartonella, Babesia, and flaviviruses. Mosquitoes can transmit malaria and West Nile virus. Other insects can be potential carriers of many known and unknown viral and bacterial diseases, especially blood-sucking ones.

At our clinic, we treat numerous patients from the USA, Australia, the UK, European countries, Arab countries, and more. They suffer from severe insect bites and related complications. We also have many Cypriot patients (both Greek and Turkish) with severe edema following insect bites.

Let us introduce you to three cases:

Patient No. 1: Multiple spider bites Article

Patient No. 2: Lyme disease + Flavivirus Article (Niki from New Zealand once)

Patient No. 3: Lyme disease in Cyprus

Conclusion: Ozone therapy protects our immune system, destroys toxins, viruses, microbes, and fungi introduced by insect bites. Do not let yourself be bitten, as each untreated toxic bite can cause significant problems in the future, including autoimmune diseases.

Stay healthy, Dr. Yu. I. Nikolenko