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I travel to a lot of buggy areas I get bug bit -- gets done.
It's kind of a drag but I've learned over the years some natural remedies to help with bug bites and stings.
My all time favorite is called -- -- oil.
This comes from -- not of a tropical tree.
If you get a bite terrorists sting and I've had some really bad ones especially in the Amazon if you -- tell -- -- oil.
It helps to relieve the pain almost instantaneously.
And it takes the swelling down you can get to mono oil and most natural foods stores it's great to keep in your medicine cabinet.
Another remedy another royal that I like is called in the new coal oil.
This comes from a bush that derives from New Zealand -- -- -- -- is sort of up tiny fragrance it's very thin.
And the same thing -- -- to -- you applied to a bugged by uterus staying.
And it takes down the swelling and it relieves the pain I once supplied the new gulf oil two of us scorpions sting.
And it helped to relieve the pain almost instantaneously.
And it took the swelling down so I'm a big fan of -- -- oil.
If you don't have either of these around you can use vinegar on a bug by uterus staying.
Vinegar which almost everybody has in their kitchen will help to relieve the pain of a biter is staying.
And like the other things I'd mention will take the swelling down.
Now let's say you're outside you don't have access to your medicine cabinet you're not around your kitchen.
You can make mud you can take fresh soil.
And you can add a little bit of water to it and apply it to a byters -- this is an old traditional native remedy for dealing with these.
And guess what it works it draws toxins out of the scanned it and helps to relieve the discomfort.
It's -- season for bug bites and stings don't be caught without natural remedies for Fox News health.
I'm Chris Killen.
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