6 Home Remedies For Honey Bee Sting

Getting a Honey bee sting is no fun.

Moreover, the pain can last up to several hours, even days if no correct remedial measures are applied immediately.

Since summer time is at its peak, people who work in their gardens have high risk of getting stung by a bee.

Fortunately, there are now a bunch of home remedies that you can use to get relief of the sting and the pain. 

But before you begin with any of the below given remedies, it is important to make sure that you have remove the stinger from the skin.

The black spot in the bite area is the stinger, which needs to be removed and cleaned to prevent venom from spreading.

You can use tweezers to pull out the tug or simply wash the bite area with soap and water.

Personally when my boy was young, every time he got a bee sting I taped on a copper penny with tape or a bandage and left it on for a day or so.

He never had any pain or swelling associated to a normal bee sting each time.

However if your in a pinch all of the following remedies also work wonderfully and now with our penny supply disappearing here in Canada these other remedies will be more popular.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This has been one of the most effective remedy for bee-sting since ancient times.

Simple soak cotton ball in apple cider vinegar and apply it to the sting.

It might burn for a while, but in just a matter of seconds you will start feeling relief from the pain.

Baking Soda

Baking soda can be found in every kitchen and its uses are unlimited.

Those who are aware of the wonders of baking soda must already know that it can heal a bee sting within unnoticeable time, giving instant relief.

All you need to do is mix together a small amount of baking water in water and make a thick paste. Apple the paste on the sting directly and allow it to try.

Wash the paste once the swelling and pain have gone.

Garlic Cloves

Take 2-3 cloves of garlic cloves and crush them.

Apply the juice released from the cloves on the bite area and press it with a cotton ball.

Keep the pressure until the swelling and pain have subsided.

Honey

Honey is the mother of all home remedies, best known for its antiseptic qualities it can be used best for bee stings.

Take a small amount of honey and apply it directly to the bite area.

You may add a pinch of turmeric to it for added benefits of healing and reducing the swelling.

Mud

This remedy has been around since ancient period and even today, a lot of people follow it as the only means to get rid of bee-sting pain and swelling.

Take a handful of mud and make a paste by adding water to it.

Apple the mud paste directly to the bee sting and let it dry.

Clean the mud once the pain and swelling have disappeared.

Tobacco

Tobacco may be bad for your health, but it has a lot of benefits as well.

As soon as you get bee sting, get a pack of tobacco or cigarette to apply to the sting.

Break the cigarette into half and take out the tobacco content from it.

Take loose tobacco and apply it all over the bite area.

Press it against the sting until the swelling and pain ward off.

 

A sting might cause a lot of pain and make you vulnerable to even think of any remedy in that particular moment.

But with some patience, you can make the condition settle down by using any of the above remedies.

Practice long breathing to keep your brain function properly after the sting.


Nutritional Facts of Honey - Honey is definitely more than just a simple sugar because it's rich in vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.

This healthy natural sweetener, offers many nutritional benefits without the man-made chemicals that comprise other types of sweeteners.

Although, nutrition facts can vary slightly based on the floral variety, they usually are very similar.

Tea With Honey - Different kinds of honey varieties can be mixed and matched with various tea blends to make a very customized cup of tea.

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