Alatalab Solutions, LLC
Sting No More]] Alatalab Solutions™ is a company that specializes in venom research and the development of over-the-counter preparations to provide relief from jellyfish stings and fire ant bites, as well as pharmaceutical preparations for professional divers and clinical applications used by health care professionals. At Alatalab Solutions™, state-of-the-art research tools are used to develop and test specific inhibitors of dangerous venom toxins and treatment approaches for envenomation sequelae.
Its novel, peer-reviewed, patent-pending formulas were initially developed for clinical and professional use. After years of research and testing, Alatalab Solutions offers its products to consumers including Sting No More™, an over-the-counter cosmetic-category relief cream.
- Sting No More™ Spray 20 mL (1 oz) and one Sting No More™ MilSpec Cream foil pack 5 ml (US$14.50)
- Sting No More™ Mil-Spec Cream 5mL. Mil-Spec Formulation 5 mL (0.167 U.S. fluid ounce) single use foil pack for relief from jellyfish stings and fire ant bites (US$9.50)
- Life Guard Kit contains 1 Sting No More™ Spray 8 U.S. fluid ounces (240 mL) and 3 Mil-Spec Cream Formulation 5 mL (0.167 U.S. fluid ounce) single use foil pack for relief from jellyfish stings (US$35.00)
- Sting No More™ Spray 2 U.S. fluid ounces (60 mL) to remove tentacles and provide immediate relief prior to application of Sting No More™ cream (US$7.50)
- Sting No More™ Spray 8 U.S. fluid ounces (240 mL) to remove tentacles and provide immediate relief prior to application of Sting No More™ cream (US$18.50)
- Anhydrous Lanolin Based Sting No More™ Formulation for ocean swimmers 50g, a custom formulation prepared to order. Only for long distance ocean swimmers (US$30.00)
- No Más Picadura Sting No More™ Formulacion Mil-Spec. Hypo-allergenic creme con urea y otros ingredientes. Aplique libremente al sitio de la picadura de medusa o hormiga de fuego.
Angel Anne Yanagihara, Ph.D. is a world-renowned biochemist and the Director, Pacific Cnidaria Research Lab and researcher at the Békésy Laboratory of Neurobiology in the Pacific Biosciences Research Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her work on jellyfish and their stings and venom was the subject of a NOVA documentary.