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11 Best Ways To Cure Bee Sting

Bee Sting

While going on an excursion or a trek, be conscious of your surroundings. Densely covered forests and places with greenery are a good place for the bees to make their homes. They are friendly if not disturbed, but if you try to irritate them, they would attack you in full force. Bee Sting can be a simple wound like that of any other insect bite or it can be so deadly that it would lead you to an asthma attack or even the state of unconsciousness. Here are some remedies to treat bee sting

Here Are 11 Best Ways To Cure Bee Sting:

Ice

The pain of the bee sting is very severe. To get instant relief from the pain and burning sensation, apply ice immediately to see if the pain gets relieved with this. If it is not working, then try the other remedies mentioned below.

Ice

Honey

Honey works as one of the best natural pain reliever. It also helps in healing the wounds faster. Simply apply a dab of honey on the affected part of the skin and leave it covered with cotton or a cloth.

Honey

Lavender Oil

If the bee was venomous, application of lavender oil helps in neutralising the effect of the venom. Applying just a couple of drops of lavender oil to the affected area will help. Essential oils also help in soothing the pain and relieving the strain in the muscles caused due to any reason.

Lavender Oil

Crushed Garlic

Garlic works as a disinfectant in case of bee stings. Take a couple of cloves of garlic and crush them. Simply apply the juice extracted out of the garlic cloves on the affected area and cover the portion with cloth or a bandage.

Crushed Garlic

Plantain Leaf

Applying the juice of this leaf would help in healing the bee sting faster. This plant is easily grown on a disturbed land. This plant is identified from its purple foliage and green flowers which looks like roses. Most of the times accidents such as bee sting happen while you are out on green lands or forests. In such situations, you will not have any other remedy handy. It is very important to keep such remedies in mind while you are on a trek or travel. If nothing is available, just pluck these leaves and crush them with your hands or by putting them in a plastic bag and squeeze the juice.

Plantain Leaf

Baking Soda And Vinegar

Combination of baking soda, vinegar and water is considered to give instant relief from pain caused due to bee stings. It helps in neutralising the acidic effect caused due to bee stings.

Baking Soda And Vinegar

Meat Tenderizer

One of the sure remedy to work on a bee sting is to use meat tenderizer. Mix some water with the meat tenderizer and apply it on the affected portion and leave it for around 20 minutes.

Meat Tenderizer

Toothpaste

If you cannot find any other thing available handy while you are stung by a bee, simply apply a bit of toothpaste on the affected portion of the skin. It reduces the pain and swelling.

Toothpaste

Fresh Parsley

Take a bunch of parsley or cilantro or coriander and crush it. Apply the paste on the affected portion. It helps in giving a cool feeling to the affected area.

Fresh Parsley

Basil Leaves

Juice of basil leaves is also considered to be effective on bee stings. Simply pluck some leaves of basil leaves from the plant and crush them with a mortar and pestle or in a food processor.

Basil Leaves

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider vinegar can also help in relieving the pain and burning sensation caused due to the bee stings. Apply the apple cider vinegar directly to the skin where bee stings are occurred and within a few minutes you will see the pain is getting lower.

Apple Cider Vinegar