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Lucas Paw Paw ointment
As soon as you get bitten or stung, rub on a good dollop of Lucas Paw Paw Ointment on the area and it will stop the itching for 24 hours. It works for me and my children. A godsend! Read more

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4.5/5.0
Mosquito bites – Stop the Itching
Tiger Balm is a Chinese herbal formulation with roots dating back to Chinese Emperor times. There are two main types of Tiger Balm, red and white. The red balm is a more concentrated and... Read more

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X Stops the Itch
With your fingernail, mark and "X" on the bite and it will stop itching. Do not sratch the bite at all costs! Read more

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Ice for temporary relief
To relieve the pain of mosquito bites put ice on your bites for a few minutes Read more

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Toothpaste on those bites (itchy ones)
Rub a small amount of toothpaste on the bite. Read more

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Ice cube
Rub an ice cube directly on the bug bite to help numb and ease itchiness. Read more

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Toothpaste will stop the itching
This works especially well for mosquito bites. Put a small amount of toothpaste on the bite, This should stop the itching Read more

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Heat a spoon
This is especially good for Mosquito bites. Place the metal spoon in a cup of very hot water for 5-10 seconds (to a temperature of a hot coffee) and then place the big surface against the bite. The... Read more

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Self-control!
Don't itch! The more you itch the worse the bite gets. Read more

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Saliva and fingernails
Make a hard cross indentation in the bite using your finger nails and put plenty of saliva on it! Read more

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Calamine lotion
Apply calamine lotion to the bites to calm down bites and reduces itching. Read more

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Piriton
Take Piriton tablets or syrup to help get rid of insect bites and get rid of itching quickly Read more

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Toothpaste for insect bites
The anti-inflammatory properties and ingredients like menthol and baking soda can help reduce the itchiness brought on by insect bites. Simply apply a small, fingertip-size piece of toothpaste to... Read more

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Fresh onion
Fresh onion will suck bee venom out Read more

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These bands help you to stop getting bitten in the 1st place!
Buy and wear the Deet Insect Repellent Bands - you put them on your wrist and they help stop mosquitos from biting you. The bands have deet in which is an insect repellent that is used in products... Read more

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Geranium oil great for insect bites
Growing up whenever we were around mosquitos this is what my Mom would give us: Geranium Oil to help relieve the itchiness. Many use geranium oil as a natural insect repellent. Topical application... Read more

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Clear nail polish does the trick!
Apply clear nail polish directly on bites and let dry to get rid of the itch. Reapply once nail polish falls off. Read more

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