What to do to get rid of snake infestation, if you keep any acid in the house, snakes do not come or you can get rid of snake infestation?


During floods and monsoons, snakes can take shelter in houses due to surrounding water. Due to which the results may be reversed. Therefore, sprinkle pieces of red colored Lifebuoy soap around in the bedroom or in specific areas of the house to avoid the infestation of poisonous snakes in flood-affected areas. Because lifebuoy soap contains carboxylic acid/carbonyl acid, snakes cannot come near it.

Or open the box of carbolic acid and keep it somewhere in the room.

If carbolic soap or carbolic acid is not available, sajna dal or garlic should be cut into pieces and spread around the room. Snakes will not enter the house. Or if there is a snake in the house by burning red pepper, it will come out.

In flooded areas, snakes enter houses almost at night. At this time, some steps should be taken to stop the nuisance of poisonous snakes. Carbolic acid can be used to prevent snake infestation. If this is not available, as an alternative, soap that contains carbolic acid can be broken into pieces and scattered around the bedroom. Carbolic acid should be used for best results. If soap containing carbolic acid is not available, branches of Sajina tree should be cut into pieces and kept around the house. It will save you from snake infestation.

Snake bites are more common from June to September/October. Because at this time it rains, and the pit where the snake lives gets submerged in water. The snake then finds a dry place. For this he comes to people's houses. Can take shelter in particularly dry places such as haystacks, piles of wood or chalk, beds and even under pillows.

If you observe some things, you can avoid snake infestation-

1. It is better not to keep piles of hay, piles of wood, piles of bricks inside or near the house. These are safe havens for snakes.

2. Raw garlic or Naphthalene can be sprinkled around the house. Snakes cannot tolerate their smell. But sprinkling carbolic acid is not beneficial, rather it is harmful, because it is harmful to the environment and people.

3. Rats and frogs should not come inside or near the house in any way. These are the favorite food of snakes. They are actually more likely to be snakes.

4. Turn on the light and enter the room. Use lights to navigate village roads.

5. Before taking straw from a haystack or chalk from a pile of chalk, make a noise with something and then take the straw. If there is a snake, it will go away.

6. It is better not to have a nesting place for rabbits or chickens in the vicinity of human habitation. Because snakes or chickens may come to eat eggs.

7. Must hang mosquito net while sleeping at night.

8. It is better not to sleep outside the house or on the balcony. You must use mosquito repellent when sleeping.

9. Do not stick your hand into anything.

What to do if bitten by a snake?

1. Don't panic. Because usually 96-97 percent of snake bites are non-venomous snakes. Even if bitten by a poisonous snake, poisoning is only in 50% cases.

2. The place where the snake has bitten cannot be moved. A crepe bandage is best. But in the village, it should be loosely tied with a thin towel or a cut part of a sari. The purpose of the barrier is to prevent lymphatic drainage and prevent the patient from moving the area. (Snake venom spreads through the body through lymphatic).

3. In no way can the patient be cut with the blade of Jharfuk, Kavirajhi, snakebite. Because no time can be wasted. In case of a venomous snake bite, the sooner an anti-venom can be administered, the more likely the patient will recover.

4. Immediately take the patient to the nearest hospital, where anti-venom and artificial respiration are available.

5. Of course, the patient should be observed for 24 hours from the time of the snake bite and then taken from the hospital. Because usually poisoning occurs within 24 hours of snake bite. If there are no signs of poisoning during this period, there is no reason to fear.

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