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Health Tips — 11 January 2013
Toothpaste for bee stings

Toothpaste for bee stings

Slate’s William Brantley tried out all the pharmaceutical and home remedies he could find for bee stings, including the well-regarded sliced onion. Brantley said the onion made his sting feel worse, actually, and pulls for the acid-neutralizing, itch-reducing properties of toothpaste. If that doesn’t seem to work for you, Caladryl with an analgesic is the preferred store-bought solution.

Toothpaste for bee stings

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