Saturday, 20 June 2015

09 Most effective tips to cure itching, redness and swelling of bug bites.

Among the enjoyments of summer one thing that kills your mood is the bug bites.
 Tough bug repellent is the good solution but cannot guarantee around the clock protection. if any time, you face a bug bite, follow these 09 alternative natural remedies to relieve your pain and redness, which will reduce the chances of swelling as well.
  1. Essential Oils: Lavender, Coconut oil and tea tree oils are effective in controlling itching, pain and swelling of the bug bites. For tea tree oil, it is proven that it has effective antibacterial properties and can manage the situation very effectively. One thing, important, that you should dilute any essential oil, of it is strongly acidic.
  2. Honey: Honey is good anti-inflammatory and will relive the symptoms of redness, pain and to some extent the swelling on the bug bite spot.
  3. Milk and Water: Mix equal amount of skimmed milk and lemon juice and dab cotton ball or a thin cloth, keep it on your skin for 10 minutes and get the speedy relief.
  4. lemon or lime juice: You can use lemon or lime juice when you are inside your room, Lemon will provide fast itch relief and will also give additional benefits as antibacterial.
  5. Toothpaste: Majority of the toothpaste contains menthol, which creates a cooling sensation on your skin, which is more potent than the sensation of itching so this cooling can hide your itching symptoms. Additional the astringent quality of the toothpaste will also help you to control swelling.
  6. Basil: Basil contains an effective cooling agent, Camphor, that have good effects to control the symptoms of bug bites.
  7. Ice: It constricts blood vessels that helps in controlling the redness and itch, in addition, cooling initiate the natural histamine release within the body, thus giving effective symptoms relief.
  8. Tea bags are also an effective remedy for bug bites.
  9. Vinegar: Vinegar has acidic properties and is effective in curing the symptoms of redness, itching and swelling associated with bug bites.


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