Why do you put milk on a bee sting?
You put milk on a bee sting because a bee sting is full of acid and by putting an alkali solution on the sting it neutralises the sting (balances it out) so the sting doesnt hurt.
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If you are stung by a bee the bee usually leaves it's sting in you, so you need to remove the sting. Do this by scrapping the sting out of your arm, toe etc Don't grab the end of the sting to pull it out you will put more of the bee venom into you. Then put some wet bicarbonate of soda on the sting area. If you are stung by a wasp there is… Read More
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If you meant a 'bee stinger' - then yes. Unlike wasps, the sting of a bee has a tiny barb - when a bee stings something, the barb makes the sting stay put. This means the sting pulls out of the bees body - killing the bee in the process.
A bee sting is acid, a wasp sting is alkaline, that's why you should put bicarbonate of soda on a bee sting and vinegar or lemon juice on a wasp's if you want to neutralize it and take away the pain.
Applying vinegar to a bee sting will neutralize the toxins and ease the pain. This happens because the vinegar balances out the pH in the sting.
if it is a bee sting it is an acid sting so then put vinegar an alkilie will level out the ph [the level of intensity in acid s and alkilies] and if it is a wasp sting put lemon juice or some mild form of acid on it and it will level it out
it will neutralize it and replace the acid in the bee sting with not alkai but neutral and it gets rid of the acid and stops the sting from hurting
put vinegar on a bee sting or put baking soda on a ant sting... or when acid waste is dumped into a river by a factory a base is added before... if you put a weak acid on a bee sting then like what it does to the wasp sting it neutralizes it............ these r exs of neutralization......................
The bee-sting is acidic. Milk of magnesia is alkaline - the two cancel each other out... reducing pain.
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.
because it neutralises it
Baker's Venom Cleanser
A bee sting is acidic so a mild base will neutralise the acid. Soap or bicarbonate of soda (baking powder) will suffice.
For bee stings, you put an ice pack on it then put a copper penny on it.
put mud on it. or take a card (credit card, business card) and slide it on the bee sting to remove the stinger
because they sting you and put poisen into you
put baking soda on it.
you can put mud on the sting to sooth it and the mud is supposed to draw out the venome I am no expert on the mud treatment but a bumble bee sting requires similar treatment to that of a honey bee. There are some pretty good answers and videos covering that.
As bee stings are acidic you need to put a akaline on it to neutrilise it. Out of day to day items you can put washing powder or toothpaste other the sting. This may sound weird but it does reduce the swelling, ichyness and pain.
Bees do not bite. They sting. Put ice on the spot where you were stung.
I Have Heard To Put Tooth Paste On A Bee Sting And It Really works Also If You Get A Stinger Stuck In Your Body Put Copper On It And It Is Supposed To Take It Out. You can also (safely-ish) use a knife to take the stinger out-or consult with a doctor.
Immediately after being stung, put Sting-Kill on it, or meat tenderizer. Later, apply a Benadryl type of product.
Bee stings a acidic and since milk is a base it cancels out the acid.
Put Bactine on it or baking soda.
Put some mud on it.
The bee might sting, but it will only sting if provoked.
About two days if you don't put vinegar on the sting. If you do the it will settle in a day.
yes.because i had a bee sting and i put tobacco on it ans it went away the next day.
a bee sting is acid a wasp sting is base
toothpaste would not cure a bee sting it has no cemicals in to cure a bee sting
yes a bee sting is acid
bee sting is acidic
A Bee sting contains a acid
To get effective relief from a bee sting, make a mud paste (water and dirt) and put it directly on the sting. It will relieve the swelling, stinging and redness. Once the paste has dried and it is feeling better, simply wash it off with cool water. This remedy is effective and has been proven to work.
Bumble bees are bees. If they sting, it is a bee sting. Robber flies can bite humans. It is not similar to a bee sting.
Well, wasp sting is more poisonous than bee sting
My bee keeping friends say (and I have tried it with good effect) raw onion. Slice a raw onion and rub the sting area (lightly) with the onion. Another remedy is sugar: put a drop or two of water on a sugar cube and hold it on the bee sting.
Yes! Actually, you can even put honey on a bee sting to reduce the pain.
You need to neutralise the bee sting and using bicorbonate or washing soda will help neutralize it.
The pH scale of a bee sting is 3.5, so if you get stung by a bee, putting toothpaste on the bee sting should help because the bee sting is weak acid but toothpaste is week alkali so it should balance it out.
The chemicals left by a bee sting and wasp sting are slightly different. The wasp sting has a base which is neutralized by the vinegar. Bee stings are acidic and are not neutralized by the vinegar.
if you itch a bee sting it will get bigger
vinegar can be used to cure a bee sting.
The nature of the bee and wasp sting is that they are usually inflammatory and acidic.
Bees come in 3 versions: Queen (female bee, only one per hive) - can sting many times. Worker - can sting once (the sting is barbed and comes away in the target - bee dies). Drone (male bee) - has no sting.
if it is on the child's foot try not to walk on it SOMETIMES IT MAY TAKE A WEEK OR LESS OR MORE FOR THE BEE STING TO GO DOWN 1. rub garlic on the sting 2. mix baking soda with water and put it on sting 3. put ice on the sting 4. salt water pools help to the swelling will go down 5. soak in salt water 6. DONT ITCH THE STING!! 7… Read More
The wasp will try to sting the bee back, with a jaggered bee sting in its side, while the bee - wich would now be going crazy - is slowly dying and giving the wasp a hard time to actually sting the bee sucsessfully.
A bee does not sting itself, but a wasp sometimes will. Bees will sting other bees if they are fighting.
because simply you have been stung and therfore a bee sting will sting. this is the same for a wasp sting, a wasp sting also stings if you have been stung.