Insect bites are a rather unpleasant and sometimes dangerous thing. The bite itches, itching occurs, sometimes the site of the bite burns or hurts. A bite can turn into a big redness and even a purulent wound if an infection is brought under the skin or if you do not act on the bite.
Wild plants that weaken and remove discomfort, pain, itching and burning from insect bites.
Help with insect bites should be provided immediately, for example, using special creams, balms and sprays that relieve irritation, cool and soothe the skin.
In addition, you can try to remove part of the poison from the wounds using a vacuum pump from a special kit.
In the absence of specialized means, removing the unpleasant sensations in the form of pain, burning and itching will help the use of some common and ubiquitous species of wild plants.
In the case of an acute, allergic reaction to an insect bite, it is necessary to immediately consult a doctor, since not only the appearance of itching and pain, but also malaise, shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness, loss of consciousness is possible.
|Wild plants that reduce discomfort, pain, itching and burning from insect bites.|
|Title||Conditions and place of growth||Mode of application|
|Common dandelion||Almost everywhere.||It relieves itching and burning after insect bites. Grease a sore spot with white milky juice of the plant.|
|Black nightshade||Almost everywhere along roads, at the fringes, near water bodies.||Removes pain from bites, prevents the formation of edema. Mash fresh leaves and attach to the bite site.|
|Common tansy, wild mountain ash||Almost everywhere in the forest and forest-steppe zones.||Reduces discomfort from insect bites. Grind fresh leaves and attach to the bite site.|
|Large plantain||Almost everywhere.||It relieves itching and burning after insect bites. Grind fresh leaves and attach to the bite site.|
|Wormwood||Almost everywhere in the forest and forest-steppe zones.||It relieves itching and pain from insect bites. Grease a sore spot with fresh plant juice.|
|Thyme, thyme||Almost everywhere in the steppe and forest-steppe zones.||It relieves itching and pain from wasp and bee stings. Grind fresh flowers and leaves and attach to the bite site.|