Bunga Melati Herb, an Easy Way to Relieve Bee Stings

"Bees, small animals that live in groups and produce honey whose content and properties are undoubtedly effective in overcoming various diseases. However, behind the benefits of honey, if they feel threatened, bees will protect themselves by releasing stings. For people who are allergic to bee stings, being stung by a bee can have serious, life-threatening effects. "

Published by : Kurnia HD  -  23/03/2020 10:08 WIB

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Have you ever been stung by a bee? Whether you have a history of allergies or not, bee stings are still unpleasant. It leaves a burning sensation, bumps, and swelling around the sting area until the next day.

For people who are allergic to bee stings, the reactions they cause will be even more complex. They will experience an anaphylactic reaction and must get help immediately. If not treated immediately it will be fatal.

There are several things you can do to treat a bee sting, including removing the sting, applying ice to the sting area, and taking certain medications. The problem is, there may be times when someone is stung by a bee while being away, where there are no ice cubes and no medicine available. So, removing the sting is the only thing that can be done.

Well, if you happen to found bunga melati (jasmine), your chance of relieving the bee sting can also increase. Jasmine flower is one of the alternative treatments for dealing with bee stings. Just take a handful of jasmine flowers, then mash it finely and apply it to the part of the body that is stung.



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