Some people still think that if you get bitten by a snake you should use the cut-'n'-suck, or cut-'n'-have-your-friend-Cornelius-suck method to remove its venom. But really this is just a good way to send the venom back into your bloodstream, or poison your friend Cornelius too. You can, however, use non-human suction devices to help draw the venom out.
On a smaller scale, and for less deadly run-ins with nature, that's what The Bug Bite thing is. Like a snake bite kit's suction tool, or your and Cornelius' lips, but for mosquito bites and bees stings.
A small plastic tube with a plunger, The Bug Bite Thing draws out poisons from bee and wasp stings, mosquito bites, and other bug attacks, providing instant relief from the pain, itching, and irritation. No batteries required. No needles involved. No need to apply sprays, lotions, or other chemical-laden ointments. The Bug Bite Thing is safe for everyone, including children and pregnant women, and so easy to use that even 6-year-old kids and 42-year-old husbands can apply it to themselves without assistance. Usually. Well, definitely the 6-year-olds, anyway.
The Bug Bite Thing is a palm-sized, lightweight tool that is reusable over and over again. It comes with a cup on its suction end that flips to better suit bites of different sizes. The Bug Bite Thing is manufactured in Denmark, and its concept has been circulating Europe as a bite and sting remedy for over 20 years. It is CE approved according to European Medical Device Directive (93/42/EEC). Stateside, The Bug Bite Thing comes to you from a mother whose family moved to South Florida and became instant skin feasts for the area's myriad insects. Her research into chemical-free, non-smelly, non-gross means of treating the resultant bites and stings led to her discovery of the suction tool, and branding of The Bug Bite Thing.