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How to treat Bedbug Bites If you dont get rid of the bedbug, better treat your bedbug bites. The bite can range to severity. Some doesnt notice the bite while others has already suffering from allergic reactions. Some treat it with baking soda and water by pasting it on the infected skin where bite seen. Be sure that the bite is washed with water and soap. Make a thick sticky paste with water and baking soda to stick it on the affected area. Let the paste stand until completely dry and stand it for hours and gently wash the paste off and dry. There are natural remedies to treat bedbug bites. The aloe vera gel is the most effective to treat the bites because aloe vera contains anti fungal and antibiotic properties. Just simply cut the aloe vera leaves and apply the juice on the bite area. Calamine lotion offers protection on the skin, it dries out the bites and promotes healing and calmness. You can rinse bedbug bites through cold water. This water gets out a sting that causes itching. Also apply ice on the affected area. The ice decreases inflammation and stop your desire to scratch the bites. Press the ice cube on the affected area for several minutes and throughout the day for relief of itching. You can also wrap an ice on the cloth to create a coolness effect. Add the powdered oatmeal to the lukewarm bath and soak the bites to reduce itchy and skin irritations. To relieve the discomfort and itchiness of bedbug bites, mix equal parts of baking soda and salt with enough water to make paste. Do you know that Alka Zelter is also a cure? Dip a cotton ball into the glass of water containing two tablets of Alka Seltzer and apply to the bites. Take note that if you have an allergy to aspirin, do not use this. There is a wild plant known to cure or treat bedbug bites like, Plantain- this plant is usually found on parking lots, driveways and playgrounds. The paste of this plant can be applied directly to the swollen areas. This is very useful in reducing itching and swelling. The powder of potato root can also treat with the use of clay. Tea tree oil is an antibacterial and antiseptic property. Some people avoid the tea tree oil to treat bedbug bites due to its bad smell. The oak and maple leaves can be chewed as fresh herb. The chewed parts are to be put on the swollen areas also. Lavender oil is also good on this kind of bites. If you dont want to be treated, be sure that there is no bedbugs on your house, so that you will not suffering from this bites of this creatures. Familiarize yourself on how to avoid bedbug bites by examine always your room and be aware during travelling. Make sure when travelling that you are not staying on the place where there is bug infested. Get More Info At... Bedbug bites

How to treat Bedbug Bites  

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