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      Home Remedies to Get Rid of Bee Sting 1. Vinegar It is important to note that applying vinegar on the stung place will naturally neutralize the sting. You can use a simple cloth or a bandage to keep the area soaked for not less than 15 minutes. This will make the vinegar be absorbed through the skin reducing the discomfort. 2. Baking Soda. Also get 50mL of each of the solutions; cabbage juice indicator, vinegar (acetic acid) and dissolved baking soda. Use one dropper for each of these solutions and be careful not to mix the droppers up. Add 10 drops of vinegar (acetic acid) to one test tube. Add 5 drops of cabbage juice indicator. This is your acid 'control'. If you get stung by one of these insects, you can relieve the pain with common household supplies. Specifically: Ammonia for a bee sting; vinegar for a wasp sting. This tip comes from Dr. Bill. First, thoroughly wash the area to get rid of any residue of venom. Then-. Place ice cubes in a bag, or you can use a bag of frozen food. Put the ice pack or bag on the sting area. Keep it there for 20 minutes. Repeat until the swelling goes. Baking Soda. A baking soda and water paste can help neutralize bee venom and reduce pain, itching, and swelling. You want to apply a thick layer of baking soda to the affected area. Wrap the paste in a bandage to protect it. Remove after 15 minutes and reapply as needed. .

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      Baking Soda mixed with vinegar and stirred into a paste is a good quick treatment for a bee or wasp sting. The vinegar helps to stop the stinging and the baking soda draws. A paste of baking soda and water can be applied to the sting site to reduce pain, itching, and swelling; You can also place a cloth soaked in vinegar on the sting site; Wet an aspirin tablet and put it on the bee sting spot; If the swelling and redness does not improve with home remedies, it is important to visit a doctor. Treat the pain of a bee sting by applying a paste of baking soda and water to the affected area. If possible, remove the stinger first. Be sure to keep your dog from licking the area. Clean dog bowls and other surfaces with baking soda and water. The light abrasive will help remove stuck-on food and debris. Be sure to rinse the area well. First, mix baking soda with a little amount of lemon juice or vinegar, then sprinkle the mixture all over your shower, and make sure not to leave out any spots or soap scum. Leave the mixture to sit for 10 minutes before rinsing it with hot water. Once you’re done, you will have the cleanest shower ever. 6. Top 5 Choices for Sting Treatment Just crush a clove and press the juices onto the area of the sting. 3) Baking Soda —Mixed with water, this paste will draw out the venom. ... Does vinegar. Is baking soda good for bee stings? Mix 1/4 of a cup of aluminum-free baking soda with 1 to 2 teaspoons of water together, and then apply the paste to the area that was stung. Reapply every 15 minutes or so. It's believed that baking soda can help neutralize the acidity of the sting and mitigate inflammation. A blunt object such as a credit card or butter knife gently scraped across the affected area is the best way to get rid of the stinger. Avoid using tweezers or anything else that could puncture or squeeze the venom sack and make symptoms worse. 2. Apply a cool compress.

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