In India, a woman was bitten by a snake, then a sprayer suggested to keep her in dung for treatment, after which she died due to suffocation due to dung.
In a village in India, a woman named Devendra was picking firewood when she was bitten by a snake, after which her troubled husband Mukesh, on the advice of a spray named Morare, crushed her under cow dung.
Sparrow suggested that the dung would suck all the venom of the snake and his wife would get well, but the woman died after being buried in the dung for 75 minutes.
When people from a village on the outskirts of Balandshahr in Uttar Pradesh reached Mukesh’s house, they saw that 35-year-old Devendra was completely buried in cow dung and Spira was reciting mantras sitting next to him. This process continued for an hour and a half but she was suffocated by being buried in the dung and she died.
“I can’t believe she will die,” Mukesh said of his wife’s death.
On the incident, Sperry said he had been treating snake and venomous animal bites in the village for some time and the cause of death was unknown.