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Natural Alternatives for Treating Mosquito bites

Mosquito bites Home Remedies

Treat mosquito bites using garlic.

Treat mosquito bites using garlic - Take a knob off the garlic and cut in half. Rub the garlic onto the mosquito bites. You should notice immediate relief from the itching. This is a great remedy for young children if they get bitten. But the best remedy of all is still prevention.


Treat mosquito bites using the following remedies - use any of the following to help the itch of a mosquito bite. Aloe vera, neem fruit juice, lime juice or lemon juice. Use the flesh of the aloe vera, squeeze the juice from the lime, lemon or neem fruit and simply apply to the bites.

Treat mosquito bites using calamine lotion.

Treat mosquito bites using calamine lotion - Putting calamine lotion on the mosquito bite will help them from itching. This is good for smaller children who don't understand the concept of NO Scratching. I use calamine lotion on my children if the dreaded mosquito attacks them.



Treat mosquito bites using baking soda - Mix enough baking soda with plane water to make a paste consistency. Rub the paste over the mosquito bites. This will help the itch. It works like calamine lotion.
Treat mosquito bites using baking soda.

Treat mosquito bites using medicated gold bond.

Treat mosquito bites using medicated gold bond - Medicated gold bond powder or lotion is great for getting rid of the itch from mosquito bites. You can use it whenever you need to. This a safe way of stopping the itch. Any other stop itch powder or cream will also work fine.


Treat mosquito bites using banana's - When you eat your banana's keep the skins in the freezer. Whenever you or someone you know gets mozzie bites just rub the bits with the inside of the banana peel. I cut my peels up into smaller pieces and always have them on hand.
Treat mosquito bites using banana's.

Readers Remedies for Mosquito Bites

Remedy By - Lois
Date -
2 September 2008
Remedy
learned this in the Caribbean ...take a cut of lime and rub it all over your bites. It usually works well after a few minutes and stops the itching, at least for awhile.


Remedy By - Benita Gardner
Date -
20 July 2008
Remedy
Make a paste with epsom salt and apply, it stops the itching immediately.


Remedy By - Sal
Date -
17 August 2007
Remedy
Treat mosquito bites using apple cider vinegar. Pour a bit onto a cotton ball and rub it on the bite. It usually stops the itch quickly. Wait a few minutes, really red and swollen bites may take 2 or 3 applications, but it is fast, natural and works, even for the 'unbelievers' who have tried it.



Remedy By -
Chloe
Date -
17 August 2007
Remedy
You put a bit of water and then salt and just leave it. The water evaporates and the salt sticks. It stops itching!!


Remedy By - morning joy
Date -
12 August 2007
Remedy
If you notice within the first half hour that you've been bitten. Put some cheap meat tenderizer on it. The meat tenderizer breaks down protiens that hold the swelling, most of the time it dries up with out the itching and swelling.



Remedy By -
Jenna
Date -
3 July 2007
Remedy
No joke pinesol it works i was desperate and i used pinesol and it stopped my itch immediatly.


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