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Cool it down with ice Ice is perhaps the most effective home remedy for bee stings. Ice as a bee sting remedy Many people believe that you must be very careful not to squeeze…   Read More

 
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Toothpaste is one of the easiest to apply and most accessible bee sting home remedies. Toothpaste remedy for bee stings Many people believe that you must be very careful not to …   Read More

 
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Carica papaya Papaya, the tropical fruit, can be applied to bee stings as a home remedy. Papaya as a home remedy for bee stings Many people believe that you must be very care…   Read More

 
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This easy-to-make paste is a great bee sting home remedy. Vinegar, baking soda and meat tenderizer paste for bee sting Method Many people believe that you must be very careful …   Read More

 
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Honey thief Believe it or not, honey is a tried-and-true remedy for bee stings. Honey for bee stings Many people believe that you must be very careful not to squeeze the veno…   Read More

 

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Pure-Clenz Solution is nature’s first aid! Used for generations to cleanse common everyday cuts and scrapes, the ingredients of Pure-Clenz Solution are 100% safe and natural and have a long and well documented history of traditional use and safe for the whole family. Read More

 
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Latest User Submitted Bee Sting Remedies

  • Bee Sting Cure
    What's in your First Aid Kit?! Others may treat the symptoms, Baker’s Venom Cleanser neutralizes the Venom. Which would you rather have? http://www.BeeStingCure.com ... Read Full Post
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  • Bee stings
    When stung by a bee, or wasp take baking soda between your fingers, add a little water (put fingers under faucet for a second) and then apply the wet baking soda to the affect... Read Full Post
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  • Baking Soda For Bee Stings
    This is a remedy my mother used on me when I was a child, and it actually worked quite well. I have no education in medicine, but I can tell you from experience that baking so... Read Full Post
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  • For bee stings...and mosquitto bites.
    Take a non coated asprin and to it add a couple of drops of water on top of it. With a bandage, immediately after the sting or bite, or, as soon as possible, directly over the... Read Full Post
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  • What to do for bee sting
    Honey bees really know how to sting! The pain and swelling of a bee sting can make life miserable for quit a while. So, if you find yourself at receiving end of a bee’s ire,... Read Full Post
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What is a bee sting?

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Properly speaking, a bee sting is a sting from a honey bee, an insect with a barbed stinger that sticks in your skin. However, people often refer to any kind of sting from a wasp, hornet, yellow jacket, bumblebee or honey bee as a bee sting. And they might as well because the treatment will be the same except for the fact that in the case of a honeybee sting the stinger must be removed. It's also important to note that bee stings affect different people in different ways. Some people can remove the stinger and suffer only a little red bump while for others a bee sting can trigger a life-threatening anaphalaxis attack. If you think that you are at risk for a severe allergic reaction to bee stings then please consult with your doctor and take necessary precautions. Otherwise, you might find some comforting solutions in our catalog of home remedies for bee stings.


 

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