Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest StumbleUpon Tumblr Identifying Bugs and Their Bites There are many different types of insects that bite or sting. Some bites and stings, like those from fire ants, wasps, hornets, and bees, are painful. Some can also spread illnesses, such as Lyme disease (black-legged tick), Rocky Mountain spotted fever (dog or wood … Continue reading »
Natural Remedies for Burns, Bites, and Stings | Summer goes hand in hand with outdoor adventures. With the sun shining and the lure of swimming, kids out of school are free to spend their days playing outside. But burns, bites, and stings can stop that summer fun dead in its tracks. Thankfully, several natural remedies will have you back to enjoying summer activities in no time! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com
Bite and Sting Remedies: Baking Soda quickly eases itchiness, just mix a few teaspoons with a small amount of water to form a paste. - Lavender, peppermint, or tea tree essential oil neutralize toxicity and reduce inflammation and itchiness. - Plantain, chop the herb with a small amount of water and apply to the bite or sting. - loose Tobacco eases pain from bites and stings almost instantly.
Essential Oils for Insect Bites And Stings. Some Quick and Easy Tips... When it comes to insect bites and stings, prevention is better than cure in this area too. The information contained in this article can be used at home and also when you go on holiday or to an area where you may be more exposed to insects for one reason or another.