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Meat Tenderizer Is A Simple Home Cure For Bee Stings

One of the fastest acting bee sting remedies, meat tenderizer, the kind you use for cooking, neutralizes the poison in just a few minutes.

Herbal Remedy For Bee Sting Using Parsley

Take freshly crushed parsley and rub it on the bee sting. This should stop the pain and at the same time, begin to neutralize the poison.

Natural Cure For Bee Sting With Basil

Basil is one of the most effective bee sting remedies. Crush up fresh basil leaves and apply them directly on the bee sting.

Herbal Remedy For Bee Sting Using St. John's Wort

Make a paste out of St. John's wort oil and bentonite clay and apply it directly on the bee stings. The clay will help draw the poison right out of the bite and the St. John's wort will help eliminate some of the pain with it's anti-inflammatory properties.

Lavender Oil

Another one of the quickest acting bee sting remedies is lavender essential oil. Apply just 1 drop of lavender essential oil on the bee stings. Only use as "spot treatment", do not apply over large areas of skin.

Apple Cider Vinegar

As soon as possible, rub apple cider vinegar on the bee sting.

Baking Soda

Known as one of the most soothing bee sting remedies, baking soda is mixed with water creating a thick paste and then applied directly on the bee sting.

Papaya As A Natural Treatment For Bee Stings

Take fresh papaya, and slice off a slice. Apply it to the bee stings for about 1 hour.

California Poppy

Another one of the more soothing bee sting remedies, this will calm you and relieve some of the pain. Take 2 droppers of tincture immediately after being stung and then take 1 dropper every 2 hours for the rest of the day.

Home Remedy For Bee Sting With Onion

Take an onion and slice it. Apply the slice to the bee sting and either hold it there or tape it in place for about 1 hour.

Readers Write In With
Their Own Bee Sting Remedies


Alyssa from Rockingham, Vermont writes: "The best of my bee sting remedies is to take a small amount of water, mix it with dirt to make mud, then stick it on the sting. It will pull out the stinger and make swelling go down."

Bee Sting Treatment With Mustard

Hunter from Rupert, West Virginia writes: "For a bee sting put mustard on the affected area and it will help in just a few minutes."

Baking Soda And Vinegar

Darla from Brandon, Mississippi writes: "For bee sting remedies, the best I found is put baking soda on the bee sting and then pour any kind of vinegar over the baking soda until the baking soda is gone. It will bubble the poision and stinger out. I have 5 kids and they will tell you how good it works."

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