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Bee Sting Remedies For The Non Allergic
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  • Wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets do not leave their stingers behind. A honey bee, however,Image result for bee sting
  • leaves its stinger embedded in the skin, and the stinger will then need to be removed.

  • The main thing to keep in mind while removing the stinger is that you don't want to pull it out by squeezing it, such as with a pair of tweezers. Squeezing the stinger will release any remaining poison and actually worsen the sting. Gently scrape against the side of the stinger with your fingernail until the stinger is dislodged. Next apply an ice pack to help reduce swelling. 
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  • Any of the following can be used for bee stings:
  • Apply a paste of baking soda and water, or baking soda with vinegar 
  • Apply lavender essential oil 1-2 drops on wound, immediately neutralizes the venom
  •  Toothpaste. Like baking soda, toothpaste is a base that will help neutralize the acidic bee sting, thereby reducing pain and swelling. Apply the toothpaste to the wound for 20 to 30 minutes.

  • Apply a paste of meat tenderizer and water
  • Apply crushed garlic. One or two cloves directly to the wound, cover with cloth for 20-30 minutes
  • Apply honey. It is excellent for healing wounds. A small amount to wound and cover with small cloth 30-60 minutes
  • Apply household ammonia directly to sting (many store-bought remedies list ammonia as one of the main ingredients)
  • Apply ice for 20 minutes. Ice will numb the pain and slow blood flow to the area, which reduces swelling
  • Apply a paste of aspirin dissolved in water
  • Apply toothpaste. Like baking soda, it helps neutralize the acidic bee sting, reducing pain and swelling, leave on with cloth 20-30 minutes
  • Apply apple cider vinegar
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