Natural Cures for a Bee Sting

Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda  

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Posted by Joyce (Raleigh, North Carolina) on 09/06/2010
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My grandmother and mother always used baking soda and ACV on bee stings. It just boils them out-I too have a planters wart and am cosidering trying this to "oil" it out. Will let you know if it works.

Posted by Laurie (San Antonio, Tx) on 10/21/2009
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I was stung by a bee or wasp earlier today. I put tea tree oil on it immediately, which helped a little, but I kept having shooting, stinging pains all day and by the evening the area around the sting was hot, red, and sore. I read your site and tried the apple cider vinegar and baking soda remedy and it worked instantly! All the pain is gone and it feels fine. Thank you!

Posted by Crystal (Liberty, KY) on 07/02/2008
5 out of 5 stars

My son was stung and we used this! It worked GREAT! THX

Posted by Sharon (Vinings, GA) on 03/28/2007
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I was trying to put a wasp outside that had flown into my kitchen (not a believer in killing any wildlife)... unfortunately it stung me through the paper towel as I lifted it from the window. Ouch!! I immediately dunked my finger in apple cider vinegar and baking soda (2 TBLS ACV and a shake of Baking Sod). The pain subsided after about 30 seconds and never returned. FAST REMEDY!