Helpful Tip for Bee Stings

Katheryn By Katheryn, 11th May 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Do you know what to do when your child gets stung by a bee? Here is a no cost,quick and Easy Helpful Tip to reduce the redness, inflammation and soreness of a bee sting.

Helpful Tip for Bee Stings

If you your your child, pet or anyone gets stung by a bee reach for a natural remedy as close as your yard. This is one of many ways that Dandelions are very useful.
Yes,that's right I said Dandelions! Dandelions can reduce inflammation, redness and the soreness we associate with a bee or wasp string.
Here is what you need to do:
First remove the stinger or make sure the stinger is out.
Then, grab a yellow Dandelion in full bloom(open), pop the head off and use the stem. Hold the stem over area of the sting, squeeze the stem as a white sap will come out. Apply this white sap from the Dandelion's stem directly onto the bee sting area to reduce the redness and soreness, and to reduce the swelling and inflammation from the sting. What could be more handy? How about for a quick relief remedy for bee stings? It works too. Be sure to keep an eye out for more of my Helpful Natural Tips coming your way soon.


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A published poetry writer. Have 1 book in the works. My writing is how I express myself by poems, light hearted, and how to articles.

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