Health Remedies

Wasp Sting Remedies

In summer seasons wasp and bee stings are common and painful. But they are no more serious than pain or swelling, but some people have allergic build up life-threatening effects. The question is “what should you do for a wasp sting?” Or “what could you put on a bee sting to stop the pain?”

Here we are going to tell you some Home remedies which answers all your questions regarding this problem.

What is the best home remedy for wasp sting?

Kitchen items that can soothe:

ice cube

  1. Take ice pack or ice cube place it on affected skin for about 20 minutes, it will help to reduce pain. Ice also helps to reduce the swelling that will occur after the sting. Do not use ice directly on the skin, before applying covering ice with a thin towel or paper towel.
  2. Baking soda also useful for this purpose. Covers the affected area with a thick paste of baking soda and water.
  3. You can use salt instead of baking soda it also works same.
  4. Soak a small cotton pad in an apple cider vinegar and hold on the wound until the pain disappears.
  5. Take some lemon juice and do the same procedure as apple cider vinegar, can also drizzle a few drops directly onto skin.
  6. Cut a fresh slice of lemon and hold in place over the skin.

baking soda

Garlic & Salt Poultice

  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1/2 tsp salt

garlic

Directions:

Crush garlic then mixes in the salt and apply directly to the area. Wrap with a bandage.

 

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