Bee & Wasp Stings

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Onion for pain and swelling
Once the sting is removed ( if you are dealing with a bee sting), onions can help reduced the swelling and pain. Read more

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Specific for bee sting
Put a finger ring around the bee sting and apply pressure. Use a tweezer to get the poison out. After, rub the area with garlic and salt. Read more

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Quick Results with Beestings
JUST BEEN STUNG & IN PAIN? Using the homeopathic remedy APIS MELLIFICA is an incredibly fast and effective way to treat the bad effects of bee stings. SUFFERING A BIG REACTION TO A BEE STING? If... Read more

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Garlic to help with stings
Garlic amongst hundred of other uses, works wonders against the pain and the swelling caused by bees and wasps stings. It soothes pain within minutes up to few hours to reduce swelling... Read more

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Put Mud on the sting!
Just get mud and put it on the sting, let it dry, and then after a while you wash it off with warm water. Read more

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Vinegar will help take out the sting
Wasp stings have high levels of alkaline in the venom; therefore you need to use an acid to neutralize the sting. Vinegar is great for this job! Read more

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Epsom Salts
For some reason I was always the one that got severely bitten by mosquitos on summer holidays – the stings go red, swell up and itch like mad! I've tried loads of anti-itch creams but I found that... Read more

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Pee on it
Especially for bee stings, if you pee on it it helps to take the sting out. Read more

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No More Pain from Bee Stings!
Bee/wasp stings are awful, truly. They hurt and then they itch or they itch and then they hurt. And it can be an entire week until the discomfort subsides. Fear not! I've got a solution for you. ... Read more

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