Bee Sting Allergy Attack

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Bee Sting Allergy Attack

My youngest son was stung by a bee Saturday night.  He was stung on the hand.  He screamed out in pain and I quickly treated the sting with lavender and tea tree oil.  I placed a band aid on the sting and then he was off to bed. The next morning he woke up and his hand was red and swollen.  He was scratching it and I could tell that he probably made the sting worse.  Now there were red streaks near the stinger site.  By Sunday afternoon he had a slight fever and his hand was very red, hot, and swollen.  He loved having it iced which helped with the pain and inflammation.  Once I realized he was having an allergic reaction I quickly pulled out my homeopathic remedies for bee stings and insect bites.

Here are the ones I used.

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Apis and Ledum are the best remedies for bites and stings.  Belladonna was used for the redness, inflammation, and slight fever.  Later I added Hypericum based on a recommendation from our homeopathic practitioner.

We are still treating the allergic reaction.  Now 2 days later he has no fever and the inflammation an redness are almost gone.  We are exposing him to more environmental allergens because we are not sure what caused the over- reaction.  We didn’t see the stinger or the bee.  I will update more about this allergic reaction in the next few days.  There are other natural remedies that we are using too that have been very helpful.

GreenBootGirl

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By | 2017-10-05T20:40:16+00:00 September 8th, 2013|Homeopathy|1 Comment

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I am a mother of 3. We eat nourishing and traditional food at home. We use natural healing successfully with essential oils, herbs, and homeopathy. We love being in the outdoors and living the "green" life.

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  1. max January 25, 2014 at 12:12 pm - Reply

    Hi! My 5year old son got stung by a bee at school this December. When i was called to fetch him, his face was so swollen (it looked deformed), he had hives all over his body and was lethargic. I rushed him to the ER where they injected adrenalin, steroids and antihistamine, put him on a drip etc. Anaphylactic reaction. Since this shock, I’ve been trying to ‘cure’ or ‘teach’ his body from overreacting like this to the bee sting venom. We are descentisizing homeopathically and watching his diet more carefully. I wish to find someone who could share a positive experience or advice with us as even the doctors seem uncertain if he’d be ok (have a normal reaction) next time around…

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