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Natural Remedies for Bee Stings and Insect Bites, Ayurvedic Medicine, Herbal Cure

Herbal Cure for Bee Stings and Insect Bites - Ayurvedic Medicines-Natural Treatment

bee sting

Any bite or sting of an insect can trigger a local irritation of pitta under the skin. As long as the venom of the insect remains there, it may keep on creating periodic allergic reactions, or may even create sting-bite nephritis, a serious condition involving generalized edema (swelling) and breathless?ness, and the person can choke. So stings and bites, though usually quite innocuous, may occasionally be very serious; one has to be watchful.

Herbal Cure Pack for Bites and Stings

Kaishore Guggul Neem Capsules Aller-G-Formula
Kaishore Guggul Neem Capsules Aller G Formula
1 Bottle 2 Bottles 5 Bottles

1 Month Supply

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The above pack is for 30 days. Following is the dosage details:

Kaishore Guggul: 2 tablets twice daily after food with plain water.
Neem Capsules: 2 capsules twice daily after food with with plain water.
Aller-G- Formula : 3 capsules thrice daily with plain water after meals.

Any bites or stings causes' irritation, swelling, scratching over the surface which causes scars, swelling, pain etc. sometimes it also causes fever. Neem has got various properties like anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal etc. It works wonders in skin rashes either taken externally or internally. It subsides the spreading of infection and hence useful in insect bites and stings.

Simple tips to be followed during an insect sting or bite: Wash the surface thoroughly with an antiseptic lotion.

  • Do not scratch the area.
  • Apply the paste of neem leaves to subside the inflammation and it also prevents allergies.
  • One can also have Ayurvedic tablet 'Khadiradi vati' or 'Bilwadi vati' to prevent allergies caused by the sting.


As soon as possible after receiving a sting or bite, take some cilantro juice. Place a handful of cilantro in a blender with about 1/3 cup water, blend thoroughly, and strain it. Drink the juice (use 2 teaspoons 3 times a day), and apply the pulp locally to the skin at the affected area. It will instantaneously pacify the itching, burning, and hives or rash created by the sting or bite.

drink coconut water

One can drink 1/3 cup of coconut water (the "juice" inside the coconut) with about 1/8 teaspoon kama dudha added. Drinking this mixture 2 or 3 times will help heal the reaction to the sting bite.

coconut ash

Here is another simple and fascinating remedy. Take a piece of dried coconut, and set fire to it. It will catch fire like wax. Let it burn for about 1/2 inch and then blow it out. There will be a little smoke, and when the smoke disappears, a tarry black residue will remain. Apply that residue directly to the bite for instant relief.

Why does this work? Because coconut is a good source both for antihistamines and for natural steroids.
You may do the same thing with the as from burning some of the outer coconut shell.

apply neem oil or neem paste

At the site of the bite, you can also apply neem oil or a neem paste. Neem is an antidote to most poisonous insect venoms. To make a paste, take/ a little neem powder and mix it with a little water. Apply it to the skin and leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes, then rinse it off. Does not use pure neem extract; instead use an herbalized oil made by boiling neem leaves in a sesame oil base. This is generally available in natural food stores or Indian groceries.

Kaishore Guggul- It is an excellent herbal remedy for Bites and Stings. It relieves Pain and Inflammation. 2 tablets thrice daily are useful as anti-inflammatory herbs.

a healing paste

You will also find a paste made from 1/2 teaspoon of sandalwood powder plus 1/2 teaspoon turmeric soothing ana healing. Mix the two herbs together with sufficient water to make a paste, and apply topically to the site of the bite.


Neem oil is a much-used insect repellent in India and around the world. It contains a natural chemical compound that repels insects. Rub a little onto exposed Skin before going outdoors.