Treating Bee Stings

If you have a bee sting, you can put a paste of baking soda and water on it. Just mix the baking soda and water together until it is very thick. Apply to bee sting after the stinger has been removed.

To remove the stinger, take a credit card and fling it out. If you use your fingers, you can squeeze more poison out of the stinger into your skin.

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By countrydoglover from Southern , IL

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December 23, 20100 found this helpful

Have heard of both of these ideas before, and luckily have never had to use them! Thanks for reminding me!

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