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ethanol solutions greater than 5% significantly impair Pavlovian conditioning of proboscis extension [of bees] consumption of 10% and 20% ethanol solutions decreases locomotion [of bees [and humans ]]
Damn.. I was hoping to see a yes answer and then some youtube links to the effects of paracetamol on spiders (like the THC footage)
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A further layer of complexity is that biting insects are physiologically very different to humans. Their bodies may therefore lack the molecular target that a drug interacts with in the human; consequently the agent would not affect the insect.Chris
By the time the insect bites you and dies of the insecticide, it's too late - it already bit you.
....since your drug laden blood isn't too toxic for you , it's not likely to be too toxic for the spiders.