Symptoms, remedies, treatments and care for Bee Sting

Bee Sting

When a bee, wasp, yellow jacket or hornet stings you, it leaves behind a venomous toxin that can cause pain, redness, swelling, itching or hives. Some people may be allergic to this toxin and the allergic reactions may cause extreme redness and increased swelling. Some severe symptoms may include difficulty breathing, swelling of throat and tongue, weak pulse, rapid pulse, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, or even loss of consciousness.


Apply ice or cold compress  Popularity: 122  Effectiveness: 4.2  
Wash the area  Popularity: 83  Effectiveness: 4.0  
Remove the sting  Popularity: 73  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Apply aloe vera  Popularity: 60  Effectiveness: 3.4  
Apply honey  Popularity: 56  Effectiveness: 3.8  
Apply baking soda  Popularity: 43  Effectiveness: 3.8  
Apply epsom salt  Popularity: 30  Effectiveness: 2.8  
Apply garlic  Popularity: 26  Effectiveness: 2.9  
Apply apple cider vinegar  Popularity: 24  Effectiveness: 3.1  
Apply white toothpaste  Popularity: 23  Effectiveness: 2.9  
Apply mustard  Popularity: 18  Effectiveness: 3.2  
Apply parsley  Popularity: 11  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Apply papaya  Popularity: 10  Effectiveness: 3.3  
Apply basil leaf juice  Popularity: 9  Effectiveness: 3.5  
Apply St. John's wort oil  Popularity: 3  Effectiveness: 2.5  
Apply neem oil  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 3.0  
Apply calendula  Popularity: 2  Effectiveness: 2.5  
Rub with banana peel  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  
Apply sandalwood and turmeric  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  
Apply witch hazel  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  
Apply plantain leaf  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  
Apply lavender oil  Popularity: 0  Effectiveness: 0.0  

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