Can clobetasol propionate be used for bee stings?
Yes, clobetasol propionate can be used for bee stings. Always ask a doctor first before using any unknown medicines in case of allergy.
if you put vinegar on wasp stings it will help because wasp stings have alkali in it and vinegar is a weak acid but bee stings are different they are acidic so if you put toothpaste on it it will help (try not to get bee stings mixed up with wasp stings because it will hurt even more if you put toothpaste on wasp stings or vinegar on bee stings)
I personally wouldn't do that. I would put baking soda or bennadril on it. I was told: For bee stings put baking soda on the sting site. Bee stings are acid and baking soda neutralizes acid. For wasp stings put vinegar on the sting site because wasp stings are alkaline and acid neutralizes alkaline.