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Plants to treat bee stings

Stung by a bee is a condition where the body a person who has a poisonous sting of a bee. Stings usually marked with a swollen body parts, reddish and sore. Bee venom is a clear liquid that quickly dry even in low temperatures though. Piercing fragrant aroma (aromatic), and a bitter taste in the fluid contains acid elements. Such as formic, hydrochloric, artofosforic etc.. Bee venom contained in the body bag, and poisons in this bag will increase levels if the elements of the protein in bee exceeded element carb diet.

How bee venom works.

Bee venom can close the channel connecting the central nervous and reduce or even block the action of nerve sensors. Bee venom creates elasticity in blood vessels will increase the supply of oxygen to the blood. In general, adding bee venom blood staining (increased hemoglobin) also decreases cholesterol levels in the blood.

Bee stings can cause anaphylaxis, a reaction that can be dangerous and sometimes life-threatening. If the person stung by a bee was allergic to stings, should be brought immediately to the doctor to avoid anaphylactic shock. The characteristics of anaphylactic shock is blood pressure has dropped, raised red spots, and difficulty breathing.

Some plants that can be used to treat a bee sting, among others:

30 grams, leaf Jasmine - Jasminum sambac, Ait refined. Used to compress in a parts of the body have stings.
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